I featured a couple of ladies in my intro post on Friday which you can check out here and I have some more up today!
"Flowers In The Attic. Read in the 80's, it was so totally different to anything else I'd ever read, shocking incest, four children locked in an attic whilst a mother partied! Virginia Andrews created characters that messed with your mind - disturbing yet compelling reading." - Dawn @ Crooks On Books
"The All Souls Trilogy from Deborah Harkness - it combines vampires & witches (my two favourite paranormal sub-genres) with history and mystery." - Rebecca, Author of A Time Apart
"It would have to be the Divergent Series because they were the first YA dystopian books I read and they got me hooked into reading more YA and dystopian books" - Natalie @ Nat's Reading Cloud
"Probably The Maze Runner series. It completely captured my imagination and I was on the edge of my seat." - Charlene
"Geek Girl by Holly Smale. Harriet is such a relatable character and I love following her adventures as a teen model. I adore them for a nice easy read." - Tish @ Tishylou's World
"I don't read many series, I prefer stand alone novels, but I loved the Blood of Eden series by Julie Kagawa because I love the vampire genre. It was brilliantly written and 1000% different from Twilight. It's three books and a novella, I'd thoroughly recommend." - Emma, Author of The Awakening
"My favourite book series is Riders/Rivals/Polo by Jilly Cooper. It has everything - hot men, intrigue, lots of steamy scenes and a great plot." - Jo @ Comet Babe's Books
Thank you to everyone who has taken part! I can't wait to bring you some of my favourite series' and author interviews over the course of the next few weeks with my...