Sometimes we come across authors when they just had their writing debut. Other times we come across authors who have been active for years. Decades in some cases even. The books we read of them make us fall in love with their writing, their characters or their world building. And this makes us want to read all the books they publish from now on or even go back and read all previously published books.
I don’t quickly call an author a favorite author. In some cases I enjoy an authors writing in this book but not that much in another. Though even I can admit that I have my pull towards certain authors. And having read one book or series I want to read more by them. So here is a list of authors from who I want to read all works previously published.
You might have noticed that I am slowly buying all Discworld books and (even slower) reading them. But that series isn’t even nowhere near all that he wrote. Reading all the books he published until his death is a life long goal for me reading wise (low pressure). One that I shall enjoy immensely. He has such great ideas in Discworld that I am so curious to see what else he came up with outside of this series.
Another author who has a long list of already published books. Even comics with Sandman. I think Gaiman can be a bit of a hit or miss author for a lot of people but so far for me he has been a hit. I love that he writes children’s books and adult books. He also publishes a lot throughout the year. Often twice.
Surprise! But you are not, right? You all know I love the Bartimaeus series and Lockwood as well. But he has written about 3 other books I believe in between these series (or before I’m not quite sure). I would love to read those as well. They are quite lesser known and standalone books.
I loved Indigo Springs, and even if Blue Magic didn’t do it for me as a ender to that duology, I am still immensely curious to see what else she comes up with. I also read a very short novella about another world that I quite enjoyed that sold me over more so to read more of her work.
I hesitated putting her on this list but I am also very interested to see how her ideas play out. So far I have enjoyed almost all the books I read by her and I still have Vicious to read and one other I believe.
Cinda Williams Chima
Seven Realms, I lived for that series for a while. Han certainly wormed his way into my heart even though I found him highly annoying at times, haha. Obviously I’m reading Shattered Realms but did you know she has written another series before and during Seven Realms, the Heir Chronicles. I’m curious about her. The bits that I did read in The Warrior Heir clearly showed she has grown a lot in her writing though. I still want to read that series though.