Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. For more info please check out Jana’s blog.
I love discovering new authors so I thought this was a good post for me take part in. So here are my 10 authors that I discovered in 2020.
The Countess of Carnarvon
I read Christmas at Highclere just before Christmas and I loved it and I really enjoyed The Countess of Carnarvon’s writing style and decided that 2021 would be the year I read some more of her books.
I have never read any of Stephen Fry’s books before but owned quite a few and I read my first one, Mythos, in 2020 and it will definitely not be my last.
I discovered Mike Gayle last year through a book club that was set up through a local bookshop. I quickly read through the book Half a World Away and then promptly read All the Lonely People. I will definitely be reading more of Mike Gayle and highly recommend him.
I read The Song of Achilles and it was a true stroke of genius that I adored.
I read Mexican Gothic and it really stuck with me. It is one of those stories that you just keep thinking about.
Beth O’Leary’s The Flat Share was recommended to me by my best friend and I laughed my head off whilst reading it and now O’Leary will definitely be an author I turn to again.
I read my first Alison Weir last year and then read loads of Alison Weir books and bought loads as well. She has become one of my favourite authors.
I only have seven authors that I discovered last year but they were all firm new additions to my TBR.
Please drop me a message if you want a chat about these authors. Please drop me link to your TTT and I will head over for a visit.
2 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: New-to-Me Authors I Read in 2020”
Great list! Silvia Moreno-Garcia is also on mine!
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