Tell Me Something Tuesday: What authors have you recently discovered and loved?

Tell Me Something Tuesday is a weekly discussion post where bloggers discuss a wide range of topics from books and blogging to life in general. This week’s topic is…


What authors have you recently discovered and loved?

Several! I’m going to define this question as meaning authors in the last year (July ’20 – July ’21) that I hadn’t heard of before, or that I’d heard of but hadn’t read. (I know some of them have been around for many years!) Here’s my list:

Click on the author’s name to visit their Goodreads page. Do we share any favorites?

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10 thoughts on “Tell Me Something Tuesday: What authors have you recently discovered and loved?

  1. I love that particular book by Anne Rivers Siddons – though that’s the only ‘Gothic’ that she’s written. I’ve read others by her, but they are nothing like that one. I also like Riley Sager and have read most of his books, just not the latest two. And I’ll second Jenclair’s recommendation of Sujata Massey. Her Perveen Mistry series is wonderful.

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  2. I have read none of these! I’ve had Anne Rivers Siddon on my TBR for years and want to try Riley Sager. I don’t think I’ve really read any new authors lately. I’ve mostly been staying with safe and reliable but I’ve got a few I want to try.

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  3. Love this post. I’ve read Anne River Siddons books, but it’s been years. I’ll have to look for some of her more recent books. Thanks!

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