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Old 04-26-2011, 11:40 PM   #70
caleb72
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I'm finding that since I've started joining reading communities and experiencing independent authors, my idea of what is a must have author is undergoing changes. So I'll list a few that have been must haves for a while:

China Mieville
Neil Gaiman
Neal Stephenson
Connie Willis
Barbara Vine
A A Attanasio
Robert McCammon
Iain M Banks
Patrick Rothfuss

I haven't read all books from those authors yet, but it is fair to say that as soon as I see a new book release I'm planning a purchase.

However, I have to say that my interest in a wider range of authors is increasing and has increased quite drastically in the last few months thanks to communities such as MR. Thanks all.



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Caleb
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