Thank you Top Ten Tuesday, I feel like this is always happening to me!
1. Karen Lord
I read The Best of All Possible Worlds almost two years ago now, and I still need to read Redemption in Indigo. At least I'm not too far behind!
2. Marge Piercy
I really loved Woman on the Edge of Time, I imagine I would enjoy her other works as well.
3. W.G. Sebald
I really enjoyed The Rings of Saturn, have been meaning for years to check out his other work.
4. Elizabeth Gilbert
I found Committed to be a very thoughtful read, and The Signature of All Things is sitting on my shelf. Maybe I'll even get around to Eat, Pray, Love one of these days.
5. Karen Joy Fowler
The Jane Austen Book Club is one of my favorite books, but I wasn't really riveted by the idea of the next couple of books she put out. The latest sounded interesting though.
6. Philip Pullman
Not sure if this counts exactly, since I did read the whole His Dark Materials trilogy, but I haven't read anything after that and I really want to read The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ.
7. Carlos Ruiz Zafon
I read The Shadow of the Wind, but haven't read the other books, though The Angel's Game is in my collection.
8. Catherynne M. Valente
I read the first two Fairyland books, but I need to read her adult novels.
9. Deborah Feldman
Unorthodox was one of my favorite books of 2012, and she just came out with Exodus this year. And-again, yay!-I'm not too far behind.
10. Tanuja Desai Hidier
Until last month, Hidier only had one book out, Born Confused, one of my favorite books of all time, but which I'd long since given up on a sequel to. And then, magic, the end of last month, the sequel came out and I got to see her at the National Book Festival. And Bombay Blues is tucked away until a someday soon when I need it!