Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Top Ten Author on my Auto Buy List

First off, hello!! This is the first post at Pages at Random and I thought what better way than to start with one of my favorite features. So without further ado..

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So this week's theme is the Top Ten books on my auto buy list.. I totally plan on doing another post introducing myself, BUT what you have to know about me is I read all the books. I don't have a specific genre or age range that I stick with, if it looks good and has good reviews; I give it a shot. 

1. Agatha Christie

My grandmother is the one to blame for this one. I have always been a fan of mystery books and she would load me up with Poirot and Miss Marple mysteries. This is also an author I only buy hard copies of. I feel ebooks cheapen the classics.

2. V.C. Andrews

Another I can blame on my grandma, (she reads more than I do). Andrews stories are so twisted and real at the same time. I remember many a night staying up late finishing one of her books. This is also another one I only buy hard copies.

3. Veronica Roth

I am hoping that there is going to be future books from her because I am still in love with her Divergent trilogy. It had one of the saddest and, in my opinion, best endings that I have encountered in awhile. 

4. John Sandford

Funny enough, this is another that my grandma turned me onto. I think he is one of the best crime fiction authors and I love his Lucas Davenport novels. 

5. Kay Hooper

Hooper has one of my favorite series of ever, the Bishop/Special Crime Unit series. They all have powers like psychic, mediums, telekinesis, etc. Her books keep me on my toes!

6. Ellen Hopkins

Her Crank trilogy was a big part of my late teen to early 20s stage. I was dealing with addiction of my own and I connected with her poetry so much. 

7. Marissa Meyer

I am absolutely in love with her Lunar Chronicles series and sad to say it ends after Winter..
It's one of the best fairy tale retellings I have read.

8. Chelsea Handler

I LOVE her books.. The whole time I am reading them I am hyperventilating because I'm laughing so hard. Funnier thing? I don't care for her stand up or show all that much. What do you guys think?

9. Stephen King

I love horror, so safe to say this man is one of my favorite authors of all time. The things that come from this man's mind scares me, but I am glad he writes it down!!

10. George R.R. Martin

I throw Mr. Martin in the mix because he was my first real intro into fantasy with The Song of Ice and Fire series. I haven't looked back since, I am eagerly anticipating (DYING for) the next installment.

So there you have it, my first official blog entry as well as participation in Top Ten Tuesdays. I have had loads of fun trying to narrow down my list to 10 and not 20. I hope everyone enjoyed it as well, leave a comment, and follow if you wish.  Have a great day!!



  1. Nice list, I'll have to agree with you on Stephen King, he is an amazing storyteller. Agatha Christie is an author I would like to "get into" do you have a suggestion for a Christie virgin?

    1. Thanks! Oh where to begin.. Hmm, my favorite one of hers is And Then There Were None. It's was the first Christie book I read. Murder on the Orient Express and The A.B.C. Murders are really good too. If you do end up reading any of her books, let me know what you think!

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