Top 5 Tuesday Eve! | K, L, M, N, & O Authors

Welcome to Top 5 Tuesday Eve!

I secretly love doing these. It’s like, wanting to share a review on release day means I have to move Top Five Tuesday, which makes me feel like I get the jump on everyone.

I think maybe I’m just a smidge competitive.

How fitting is it that the book I have to review tomorrow, for it’s release day, just so happens to be the first author I list below. It’s like I get to celebrate him twice. (Not to mention I have two most favorite authors, and they’re both listed this week!)

How exciting!!!

Top 5 Tuesday was started by Shanah at Bionic Book Worm!


TJ Klune

I feel like it’s stupid to say, but I am so proud of this man!
He is one of the best writers I’ve ever read, and I feel like I got to go on the journey with him. I remember his announcement about his deal with Tor, and here he is, his first major release hits shelves tomorrow.
Congratulations, TJ! You deserve it!


Josh Lanyon

I’ve never been a cozy mystery reader. It’s really just not my thing. Josh Lanyon hooked me by adding a series romance to each of hers. I have always been a sucker for a good romance. (My favorite is Holmes and Moriarity. In case you’re wondering.)


Melina Marchetta

And, here we are with the other author in my two most favorites. It’s TJ Klune and Melina Marchetta. They are not similar, other than making their readers fall madly in love with every character they ever write.
What TJ does for adult romantic fiction, Melina does for YA.
You can’t go wrong with either of them.


Patrick Ness

Patrick Ness is another amazing author in the YA world. I know the world has heard of A Monster Calls, especially after the movie. If you loved it, like I did, then you should read The Knife of Never Letting Go, book 1 in the Chaos Walking trilogy. It’s amazing, AND the movie is coming out soon! (It has Tom Holland and Nick Jonas, I mean come on!)


Etc, Etc, Etc

So far, of all the letters we’ve done, I had the hardest time with O. Between Goodreads, Birdie Bookworm, and my physical shelves, I only had 4 authors. So, here are the three I liked the most. The only one I think I’ll read again is Ellen O’Connell. So, there’s that.

About Birdie

Don’t look for her in any bar, club, crazy raging party, or anywhere there may be a large gathering of strangers. She’s more likely to be found tucked into the corner of the couch watching one of her favorite shows, or preferably under a comforter with her current novel.

13 Responses

  1. I’ve always wanted to read a book by Patrick Ness, Just haven’t gotten around to it, sadly. I’m really looking forward to picking up The Knife of Never Letting Go! I’ve heard a bit about TJ Klune. Will definitely have to explore his work 🙂


      1. If you really loved Looking For Alibrandi, I read a book called It Sounded Better in my Head by Nina Kenwood the other day that gave the same feelings!! Nina is also an Aussie author and it’s her debut novel. It was so good!!


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