Top 5 Tuesday- Authors F to J

Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by Shanah at the Bionic Book Worm. This week’s topic is authors F to J. Like last week, I’ll be looking at my bookshelf for authors I have in each category. I’ll only go to my Kindle or a library book if I absolutely have no one with that last name. Unlike last week, I”m going to list all the author’s with that last initial.


I own two books by authors that start with F: Love Underground by Alicia Fields (stolen from my sister) and Plague Town by Dana Fredsti.


For G I have Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Neil Gaiman.


I’ve got multiples for H

Margaret Peterson Haddix

Cynthia Hand (along with Brodi Ashton and Jodie Meadows)

Thomas Harris (I can’t find Red Dragon, but I know it’s around here somewhere)

Jennifer L. Holm

and Anna Lee Huber


According to Goodreads, the only thing I’ve ever read by an author with the last name I is Picnic by William Inge. I read it for a part. I killed the audition, but didn’t get it. I’m still bitter.


A Thousand Nights by E.K. Jonston.

That was harder than I thought it’d be. I think next week I’ll go back to one author per letter. Also, did you ever see that episode of Supernatural where the kids are replaced by changelings who become obsessed with their mothers. One mom locks herself in the bathroom and the kid keeps banging on it, screaming for their mom? It’s season 3, I think, good episode. ANyway, that’s totally how I just felt writing this. My cat will not leave me along. He bit me three times. I had to lock him out of my bedroom and he’s sitting out there crying. I better go pet him.

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