Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Top Ten Tuesday #1

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Top Ten Books/Authors I'm Thankful For

1. Erin Hunter.
Erin Hunter is actually a trio of authors that write my favorite series, Warriors. I am very dedicated to the series, even though it counts as Children's Fiction. I have all 24 books from the series, as well as the 4 Super Editions, which are extra books that are double the size of the main series. I am so happy that they are around and I am thankful that they keep writing.

2. Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling.
Harry Potter is series that I can not fail to mention. The books mean so much to me. I feel as though I have grown up with Harry Potter and for me to not mention it would be a crime.

3. Maggie Stiefvater.
Maggie is a wonderful author with lots of series that I like. She hosts a variety of genres within her works, and I am thankful for that. When an author can write in a multitude of genres, that when I can really respect them.

4. Scott Westerfeld.
Scott must have an incredible imagination. With the books he has written, he would be hard pressed not to. Each series is incredibly unique!

5. The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis.
Though I have not actually read the last book in the series, I am thankful that it exists. All of the books (that I have read) are individual in the way that they remain with you. I have no idea why, but the series is just on you can not forget.