Top Ten Tuesday is hosted at The Broke and the Bookish.
This week's topic is Top Authors I've Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More. I think I can come up with quite a few authors this week. I'm terrible for finding an author (or series) I like and then putting them off for months... or years:
Paolo Bacigalupi - I really enjoyed Ship Breaker. The world the author created was so interesting. There is a companion novel called The Drowned Cities, which I really should read.
Ann Brashares - Though I haven't read any of the Traveling Pants books, I did read My Name Is Memory, and I loved it. Since there isn't a sequel (yet), I might try The Here and Now.
M. G. Buehrlen - This author has only published one book so far, but it had a cliffhanger ending that left me wanting to know what happened next! I definitely need to read the sequel to The 57 Lives of Alex Wayfare when/if it comes out.
John Connolly - The Book of Lost Things was really good. I'm not sure if many of the author's other books are my cup of tea, but The Gates looks like it might be a good read.
Beth Fantaskey - One of my favourite vampire novels is the fun Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side. I have the sequel tucked in my TBR pile somewhere. I really should read it and get my Lucius Vladescu fix!
Isaac Marion - Warm Bodies was one of my favourite reads in 2013. I haven't been able to get my hands on the prequel yet... so I've only read one book from this author.
Wendy Mass - Heaven Looks A Lot Like the Mall is a fun YA verse novel that I really enjoyed. I've got one of the author's MG titles, 11 Birthdays, in my TBR pile, but I have yet to get around to reading it.
Sarah Miller - This author's gorgeous historical fiction is definitely something I'd like to read more of. The Lost Crown was wonderful. I'd like to read Miss Spitfire, especially if it's just as meticulously researched and well written!
Lauren Oliver - I read Before I Fall years ago, and fell in love with the author's style of writing. I really should read more of her YA offerings.
Mary E. Pearson - The only book I've read by this author is The Adoration of Jenna Fox, which I really liked. I want to read the other books in that series... as well as The Kiss of Deception (which I've heard good things about).
What are some authors that you have little experience with that you'd like to read more from?