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Top 15 New-to-me Authors in 2021

Hello Readers! I did book recommendation post but now it’s time for Author recommendation and finally, I managed to make list and write post for my new favorite authors I discovered in 2021. Every year I read more new authors compared to known and I enjoy discovering authors and new books and 2021 has been really great one. Here is list of 15 New-to-me Authors in 2021, authors I wish to read more and some are now my auto-buy list.

Leigh Bardugo

I think Leigh Bardugo is also my most read author in 2021 and is now on autobuy list.

Holly Black

I plan to read all books by the author and I’ll get them eventually.

Cate Wood

The Inn at Tansy Falls perfect armchair travel

I recently read second book of Tansy Falls and I enjoy author’s writing.

Dana Swift

YA fantasy romance

Read sequel this month, first book of the year and I have to say I’m really excited to see what author will write next.

T. J. Klune

LGBTQ romance

There is author you read for the first time and you know they are your favorite and would never disappoint you. T. J. Klune is exactly that author for me.

Pip Williams

The Dictionary of Lost Words- historical fiction novel

I rarely come across historical fiction that doesn’t have romance at center of the story and I still enjoy it, this was exactly that book. I wish to read more books by the author after this one.

Jennifer Yen

Asian YA Romance

Another author I wish to read more from.

Karah Sutton

A Wolf for a Spell- middle grade fantasy

This was debut novel and it was really impressive. I haven’t seen people talk about this as often. I’m curious to see what author comes up with next.

Ali Hazelwood

Women in STEM

I enjoyed this and there are many books coming out this year by the author and I hope I get to read them.

Anna Stuart

historical fiction review

I have read only few Historical fictions last year but they all were really amazing and one of them was Berlin Zookeeper. I have seen other interesting book by author Four Minutes to Save a Life that I have already added to wish list.

Mimi Matthews

reimagining of Classic novels

I have already read one ore book by author this year and I hope to read more.

Jessica Vitalis

middle grade fantasy

Another debut novel, really impressive middle grade story that markd an impression makeing wan toread more from the author.

Colleen Oakley

The Invisible Husband of Frick Island

You have seen this around a lot around publication day. It was 5 star read, not the best I have read last year and I wish to check out other books by author published before this and books coming in future.

C. J. Cooke 

perfect book for spooky season

I didn’t read thrillers last year just a couple but this turned out really great. I found I like thrillers with Gothic and atmospheric feel and this didn’t fall under one perticular genre, there was bit of paranormal, bit of sci-fi elements. Author’s Nesting also looks like that that have caught my attention.

Auriane Desombre

I think I Love You - YA romance

One more and last but not least. This was 5 star read but it heartwarming and I enjoyed author’s writing so look forward to books by the author releasing in future.




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Hi, I'm Yesha, an Indian book blogger. Avid and eclectic reader who loves to read with a cup of tea. Not born reader but I don't think I’m going to stop reading books in this life. “You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.”

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