My Go-To Authors in 2022
Today I thought I would share a list of my go-to authors in 2022. These are the authors who I see have a new release or an upcoming book and I’ll either add them immediately to my pre-order basket or to my to-be-read list. These are also authors whose books I want to read in their entirety if they’ve already published a wide range of stories.
I’ve read everything Emma Gannon has published in paperback. From Ctrl Alt Delete her first non-fiction book published in 2016, to her latest short non-fiction Disconnected. I even got her book from the Pound Project – Sabotage – before it was expanded into a non-fiction book published by Hodder & Stoughton.
I read the complete Bridgerton series in seven weeks in 2021. I then read a further series and two more of her books. I’ve read 14 in total and there are still plenty to read in her backlist.
I’m quite proud of the fact that I was one of the first readers to read Conversation With Friends. I got an early copy from NetGalley and I devoured it. Then I devoured Normal People. I’ve yet to read her latest book but I’ve got the hardback on my shelf ready to go as soon as I’m in the mood for some literary fiction.
Since I was fourteen I’ve read Nicholas Sparks sporadically. So far, I’ve read The Last Song, Safe Haven, A Walk to Remember, and The Best of Me. Next up is The Choice and one day The Notebook.
I’ve read Daisy Buchanan’s non-fiction including How to Be a Grown Up as well as her debut novel Insatiable. Her latest novel Careering is high on my to-read list and I think I’ll read her next after that as well, as she’s writing contemporary stories that have relevance and familiarity to my generation.
Who are your go-to authors in 2022? Let me know in the comments below.