Okay, so we’re a month into Fall Into Reading 2012 and I am just now getting around to posting a reading question. Sorry about that. The good news is that I’ve been making lots of progress on my reading list and have been loving the extra time I’ve devoted to reading in the last month. (Surely that has to count for something, right?)
Anyway, on to the question.
Is there an author (or authors) whose books you are always watching for? Do you jump to snatch up the latest literary offering from certain specific authors? In other words, who are your go-to authors?
In the realm of fiction, I am likely (okay, almost guaranteed) to pick up the latest books by the following, simply because I know they’ll be enjoyable reads and won’t have irrelevant, objectionable material that makes me want to skip entire pages — or chapters:
- Tim Downs
- N.D. Wilson
And I will definitely check out the latest books from these authors, though I don’t always read them:
- Jeffery Deaver
- Ted Dekker
- Stephen R. Lawhead
- Kate Morton
There are plenty of other authors whose books will catch my eye if I’m in Barnes & Noble and notice they have a new novel out, but the ones mentioned above tend to be a bit more on my radar.
As for nonfiction, I tend to be a bit more eclectic in my nonfiction reading, but I do watch out for books from these authors:
- Elyse Fitzpatrick
- Tim Keller
- James Scott Bell (writing)
- Chris Orwig (photography)
Okay, your turn: what authors are on your radar? Let me know in the comments!
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