Top Authors I Re-Visited in 2018

Yesterday I participated in Top Ten Tuesday and wrote about the top ten New-to-Me Authors I Read In 2018.

While writing that post I realized that out of the 58 authors I read in 2018, only 8 weren’t new-to-me.  I was surprised by this incredibly low number so I decided I should highlight the 8 authors that I re-visited!

Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples

Re-Read in 2018: Saga Vol 7

Read for the first time in 2018: Saga Vol 8 and Saga Vol 9

J.K. Rowling

Re-Read in 2018: Sorcerer’s Stone, Chamber of Secrets, Prisoner of Azkaban, Goblet of Fire, and Order of the Phoenix

Jan Brett

Read for the first time in 2018: The Hat

Naomi Novik

Re-Read in 2018: Uprooted

Read for the first time in 2018: Spinning Silver

Rachael Anderson

Read for the first time in 2018: My Sister’s Intended

Sarah Kuhn

Re-Read in 2018: Heroine Complex and Heroine Worship

Read for the first time in 2018: Heroine Journey

Veronica Roth

Read for the first time in 2018: Carve the mark and The Fates Divide

Victoria Alexander

Read for the first time in 2018: The Lady Travelers Guide to Larceny with a Dashing Stranger

I’m curious! Were most of your 2018 authors new-to-you or re-visits? Let me know!

22 thoughts on “Top Authors I Re-Visited in 2018

  1. I read a mixture of new and re-visited authors in 2018 – maybe more new ones due to blog hoping & being introduced to them. I’m still to read quite a few of those authors you re-visited. So many books, so little time. 😊📚

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  2. I’ve read some Brian Vaughan but it’s mostly been Runaways, although I did read the first three Saga’s I think- I’m not sure where I left off.

    The Mitten looks super cute.


  3. Great post! I love Saga so much. The Mitten was such a favorite, but I’ve never read The Hat. Jan Brett’s artwork is so gorgeous! Argh, I still need to read my copy of Spinning Silver — which I bought the day it was released! So behind…

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    1. Thanks 🙂 I love it too! And my mom read me The Mitten when I was little and I picked up a copy of The Hat for my niece at a book sale (and of course I had to read it first!) I have three books I still need to read that I had bought the day they were released! I just don’t have enough time!!!!


  4. Wow that’s a lot of new authors! But it’s great that there were ones that you were able to return to as well! Harry Potter is, of course, always a perfect series to reread over and over (and over and over and over) again. What did you think of Carve the Mark? I liked Divergent when I read it like 7 years ago but not sure how much I would now…

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