Favorite Authors

It’s about time I posted a page listing my favorite authors. This is by no means a complete list of all of their books, you can visit their author pages on Amazon for those, or their individual websites. You will find all the authors below in my blog posts. Since I started eBookFoodie, these are some of the authors who have inspired me, and there are many, many more!

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Ilona Andrews – A husband-and-wife writing team. Their wicked humor and word-building blow my mind every single time I read one of their novels. I follow them on Instagram, Twitter, and their blog. Also the only two book signings and meet-and-greets that I’ve ever been to were to meet these two!

Ascanio’s cookies, Banana Scones with Coffee Glaze


Bailey Cates – Her Magical Bakery Mysteries inspire me to bake, and imagine spell-infused goodies.

Cheesy, Cheesy Poofs, Bacon, Peanut butter & Banana Cookies,


Hailey Edwards – Her books inspire me to make recipes with lots of bacon, and make me crave churros! I love her spunky and strong heroines!

Churros


Jeaniene Frost – She writes the BEST paranormal romance vampire novels ever! (Her Broken Destiny series is great too. It could be considered YA.)

Keith Houston – I bought this beauty as a coffee table book for a friend, and went back and got one for myself! I highly recommend a hard copy of this one if you can find it, it’s truly lovely.

Shady Characters


Barbara O’Neal – Her books inspire me to cook, bake and dream.

Howard J. Reiss – This one was a suggestion from Goodreads, I think, and it came to me when I needed it most. Also, soup… mmmmm soup… TW // suicide

Sopa Tarasca, Back to our Roots soup


Charity Tahmaseb – My go-to author when I need a fun, warm, clean read, and since I’m a coffee snob, I love her Coffee and Ghosts series! It’s a cozy paranormal mystery/romance serial written in episodes. The main character is only 20, so it could be YA.

Fluffy Pancakes, Banana Scones with Coffee Glaze, Banana Filled Cake with Coffee Buttercream


Johnny B. Truant/Sterling & Stone – Hysterical. Wonderfully funny – The Fat Vampire series is a favorite of mine. I follow their blog and they have a wonderful website full of advice for self-published authors. I need to add more of their books to my TBR!

Fat Vampire Inspired Pizza


For a more complete list of what I’ve been reading, here’s my Goodread list. I try to remember to post books read there. Some of my favorites are listed and some books I’ve read for book reviews. Goodreads is nice to use because if you forget about an author between publications, you can sign up for notifications from them when new books are published!


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