Friday Top Five!

This is the last one for the month of March. I didn't get hardly any responses this month - people don't like books??? You are allowed to play catch-up. So go back and post your top 5's!
If it doesn't pick up next month, I may have to discontinue this feature.

Remember - for every top 5 list you do you get an entry to win an amazon ebook worth up to 1.99
Why do I do this? Why can't you just buy your own book if its only worth 1.99?
Well if you are anything like me... I have about 150 books on my wish list and prob 1/4 of them are .99 - 1.99 and for some unknown reason I just never hit the "buy" button. So I thought this would give people a chance to get a couple of those inexpensive books that you just never seem to buy.

The final top 5 for the month -
Top 5 Favorite Authors (I know this will be a hard one, just do your best! I will not deduct points if you go over or under)

1. Sarah Addison Allen

2. Ted Dekker

3. Denise Hunter

4. Lisa Wingate

5 Joshilyn Jackson

What are your top 5?


  1. This IS hard...
    1. Georgette Heyer
    2. Julie Klassen
    3. Laura Frantz
    4. Michelle Griep
    5. Sarah Sundin
    I've only read one book from the following authors but they might turn out to be my favorite authors, too:
    Lyn Cote, Kate Breslin, Camille Elliot
    So hard to narrow it down but you can see I lean towards historical fiction :)
    garfsgirl AT hotmail DOT com

  2. Wow, so you've moved to crazy difficult top 5 questions huh? I'm going to sit this one out because I wouldn't even know where to start.

  3. Sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry. I've been super busy but here I am!!!

    Top five (oh jeesh..this is harder than I thought):
    1. Anne Rice (I seem to always buy her books no matter what)
    2. Diana Gabaldon
    3. Lisa See
    4. Christopher Moore
    5. Neal Shusterman


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