Tuesday, January 30, 2024

Top Ten Tuesday - New To Me Authors I Discovered in 2023

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week, the topic is New To Me Authors I Discovered in 2023.  

This was hard to remember, but thanks to Goodreads, it kept track for me.  In no particular order, here are the top ten New To Me Authors I Discovered in 2023

#1 Nancy Lynn Jarvis

#2  Olivia Matthews

#3 JT Baroni

#4 Elle Wren Burke

#5 Harper Kincaid

#6 Gretchen Rue

#7 Emily Wibberley

#8 Jesse Q. Sutanto

#9 Chris Abernathy

#10 Ruth J. Hartman


  1. I want to read the book about Vera Wong. It looks fun.

  2. Interesting. I've not heard of any of these authors.

  3. These are all new to me. Glad you found so many new authors to enjoy!

  4. GR is super helpful when it comes to figuring this stuff out. I'm glad you found some great authors to enjoy.

  5. I read an Ellen Wren Burke book a couple of years ago and keep trying to read more of her stuff. I hope you continue to enjoy these authors in 2024!

    Pam @ Read! Bake! Create!

  6. So many good authors and only so much reading time.

  7. Some of these cozies look really fun! I haven't read any of them.

    Happy TTT!

  8. I discovered Olivia Matthews last year too. I didn't include her on my list since I haven't reviewed her books on my blog yet, but I definitely want to read more from her. Gretchen Rue is on my TBR list, and as you know, I love Elle Wren Burke's books too. :)

  9. I loved Vera Wong and Olivia Matthews is an author I've really been enjoying as is Gretchen Rue. I need to read a few you mentioned as I haven't read them yet.


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