Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
* This list isn't in order of preference. (It's basically in order of THAT AUTHOR. Oh, I mustn't forget that OTHER author. *looks at GR* HOW COULD I FORGET THAT AUTHOR!? *flings on list*) Just so you know.
1. Kasie West
It was in 2013 that I discovered and read Pivot Point and damn. It's one of my favorite books and I simply can't contain my gushing <3 Then I read The Distance Between Us and that was ALSO amzingly good! Hello, new favorite author.
2. Jessi Kirby
I have only read Golden, but that should be enough to convince anyone. While I didn't think it was absolutely flawless, it was such a beautiful and inspiring read. I need to read more Jessi Kirby books, but my to-read pile is pretty huge...
3. Marissa Meyer
I think Cinder was actually my first read of the year! It's definitely one of the most fun books I've ever read. I haven't read Scarlet yet, but fully intend to (hopefully it'll be a present underneath the Christmas tree). Meyer did some really original things and everything was just amazing and cute and ahhh!
4. Jodi Lynn Anderson
Two words: Tiger Lily.
Three more words: READ IT NOW.
5. Lauren Oliver
Beautiful writing style, beautiful books. Before I Fall is one of my favorite books. It's so beautiful and I absolutely love it.
6. Veronica Rossi
I binge read her trilogy (thanks to the read-along Finding Bliss in Books hosted) and it was awesome! I had actually read the first book earlier this year but couldn't really remember much. Well, this is an awesome trilogy. The books keep getting better and better. Yes, I'm waiting impatiently until Rossi writes another book.
7. Alison Goodman
While I though Eon was good, Eona was absolutely AMAZING! Yes, it totally deserves caps lock. Eona was just perfect. Oh yes, I went there. Just. Whoa.
8. David Levithan
I only read one book of his - Two Boys Kissing - and that was more than enough to convince me. His prose. His effing prose, you guys. And the beauty of the novel. The effing beauty ;_;
9. Sarah J. Maas
Crown of Midnight killed me.
10. Christin Terrill
I really loved All Our Yesterdays. That ending was amazing and action-y and whoa. And oh yeah, FINN. Finn, you guys, Finn.