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Top Ten Tuesday: Popular Authors I’ve Never Read

Charles Dickens:

I really want to read A Christmas Carol, but every time Christmas comes round, I’m always so busy and have never taken the time to.

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Sarah Dessen: Honestly, I’m not sure why I haven’t read any of her books, because they look like my thing, but I’ve never gotten the great urge to buy them.

 

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David Levithan: I now have Two Boys Kissing by him, so I will have read him soon. I think I’ll love it as well, as everyone’s reviews are beaming!

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Dan Brown: Apparently The DaVinci Code is amazing. I would have no idea.

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Libba Bray: I own Beauty Queens, and hopefully will read it soon. I also hear A Great and Terrible Beauty is awesome! So hopefully I will read that soon as well.

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Stephen King: I saw the trailer for Carrie and thought it looked really good but generally, this kind of horror isn’t my thing.

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George R. R. Martin: I have the first! I will get to it soon! Honest.

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Ransom Riggs: I have the first and can’t wait to read it!

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Rick Riordan: I simply haven’t gotten round to these, but they look amazing.

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J. R. R. Tolkien: They’re just so big, and everyone says getting through The Lord of the Rings is so much effort!

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Tilly Currer is a teenage book geek living in England where she spends her time inside reading because of the abysmal weather. Sometimes, she gets to sit in the sun and read--those are good days. She enjoys strong heroines and hot men, especially werewolves. Fangirling with her friends is one of her favourite hobbies. Comment, tweet, she loves chatting about books and giving/receiving book recs. Paranormal Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Romance, YA, are a few of her favourite things!

2 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Popular Authors I’ve Never Read

  1. Robyn Jones

    I read Will Grayson Will Grayson and I loved it. It was the first book in a long time where the parents weren’t self-absorbed tools. I read the Hobbit, but I must confess that I loved The Lord of the Rings movies so much I didn’t want to read the books. I know, the book blogger gods are angry with me! I look forward to your review of any of these!
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    1. Tilly Currer Post author

      Oh jeez I know, why can’t teenagers have normal and loving parents for a change?! I want to read the Hobbit, but TLotR look so big and intimidating…haha, there are lots of people who haven’t read them so I wouldn’t worry!

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