To say au revoir to 2010, I decided some authors who made my year worthwhile deserved a shout-out.
Jim Northrup--You had me at "Microsoft blue sky" and "Wisconsin nice." You rock!
Simone Elkeles--I love your style of romance and how you bring what could be stock characters and situations to life.
Konstantinos Staikos--The Great Libraries may be the greatest book ever. OMG, I love you for writing this.
Leanna Renee Hieber--How could I not love someone who puts Snape, ghosts, and Persephone into her novels? I couldn't. Not, that is.
Kelly McNees--Please keep writing books! The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott brightened my entire April.
Paula Marantz Cohen--Combining art, literature, and Jack the Ripper into a totally atmospheric and readable book? I didn't think it could be done but you did it and gave me a whole new perspective on Henry James.
Kelly Creagh--Thanks for writing an atmospheric, Gothic romance perfect for reading on crisp fall days.
Dick Francis--You're the greatest!
Karen Marie Moning--What would life be like without Barrons? I don't even want to imagine.
Chloe Neill--Still haven't gotten over the whole Ethan thing, but I'm sure I'll forgive you eventually. Maybe.
And to all my readers, thank you for helping to make this blog what it is today, for all your book recommendations, for reading with me and chatting with me. Have a great 2011!
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