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message 1: by Jane (new)

Jane (jane_jones) | 51 comments I always try to read a new author every month. Pick someone "new" and post it here.


message 2: by Kellie (new)

Kellie (acountkel) | 992 comments Louise Murphy who wrote The True Story of Hansel and Gretel


message 3: by Lori, Super Mod (new)

Lori (tnbbc) | 9989 comments Mod
Sommerset Maugham.. he is not new, but new to me. He wrote Of Human Bondage.


message 4: by Robin (last edited Nov 27, 2008 07:11AM) (new)

Robin (robinsullivan) | 997 comments Well of course (did you think I could pass on that)


The Crown Conspiracy by Michael J. Sullivan
A Certain Slant of Light by Laura Whitcomb
Sons of Avalon: Merlin's Prophecy by Dee Marie (A good reads author)
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Wife of fantasy author: Michael J. Sullivan
The Crown Conspiracy (Oct 2008) - Fantasy Book Critic Review
Avempartha (April 2009)


message 5: by Apokripos (new)

Apokripos (apokalypse) The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett is a good and challenging book to read.. that I recommend to you...


message 6: by Robin (new)

Robin (robinsullivan) | 997 comments While I've heard good things about Follett an I'm really looking forward to reading Pillars of the Earth I'm not sure it qualifes in this category - His first novel "Eye of the Needle" came out in 1978. And he has produced dozen's of books- I think this area is really for new unknown talent.

The Crown Conspiracy (Oct 2008) - Fantasy Book Critic Review | Avempartha (April 2009)


message 7: by Dylan (new)

Dylan (dmfriend26) | 82 comments I think Sarah Pinborough qualifies here. She started writing in 2004. She has 5 books out so far. She writes horror novels for dorchestor publishing. I think her writing is amazing and she writes books of perfect length. The're not long enough to get boring and they don't end too fast. I highly recomend her books!


message 8: by Linda (new)

Linda | 887 comments Hey Heather, I agree with you on The Lace Reader. Unique topic and well done.


message 9: by Apokripos (new)

Apokripos (apokalypse) Sorry for that Robin.. Guess I need to understand more the topic next time I post comments. Mea culpa. Sometimes it's the price one has to pay when your so enthusiastic about a book you recommend to someone.


message 10: by Robin (new)

Robin (robinsullivan) | 997 comments No problem jzhunagev. I really want to read that book - I have it slated for February.

Wife of GR author: Michael J. Sullivan | The Crown Conspiracy (10/08) | Avempartha (04/09)


message 11: by Debby (new)

Debby | 3804 comments I'd recommend Lalita Tademy. She's only written two books that I know of, and both are great!
Cane River 2001
RedRiver 2007


message 12: by Glenn (new)

Glenn | 1 comments You might like Secret of the Sands by Rai Aren.
Good thrillers by 'new' writers include Min's Monster by Lila Pinord, Sudden Death by Michael Balkind, and Soul Identity by Dennis Batchelder.

regards,
glenn g. thater
author of harbinger of doom
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1438...
http://www.angletheta.blogspot.com


message 14: by Stef (new)

Stef (buch_ratte) | 650 comments I recommend INTERRED WITH THEIR BONES by J. L. Carrell.

I read it last December and really liked it. It is her first book and was published in 2007.


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