Tell Me Something Tuesday: July 20, 2021

Posted July 20, 2021 by Jen in TMST Tags:

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July 20th: What authors have you recently discovered and loved?

So far in 2021, I’ve read eleven new-to-me authors, a few of which are debut authors. Links lead to reviews.

Book cover of Accidentally Engaged by Farah HeronProbably my favorite new-to-me author book I’ve read so far this year is Accidentally Engaged by Farah Heron, whose debut title, The Chai Factor, released in 2020 (but I didn’t read it). In addition to these two Chai Factor romances, she’s releasing her first YA book, Tahira in Bloom, on November 1, 2021 by Skyscape Publishing.

I really enjoyed Blind Date with a Book Boyfriend by Lucy Eden. It is a meet-cute romance novella. I am certainly going to look for more the author in the future.

I read a handful of historical romances from new-to-me authors that I enjoyed: check out Heather McCollumSamara ParishIndia Holton, and Janna MacGregor for some solid historicals. India’s book, The Wisteria Society of Lady Scoundrels, is lots of fun, with an alternate timeline/fantasy twist.

Finally, I really enjoyed these two fantasy audiobooks this year: Sorrowfish by Anne C. Miles and Subversive by Colleen Cowley, both new-to-me authors.

Other new-to-me authors I read this year include Barbara J. Hancock, Xio Axelrod, Jenny Hale, and Kate Moseman.

What about you? Tell Me Something and leave a comment!