Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!
Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is:
Today’s topic was supposed to be:
Books I’ve Added to My TBR and Forgotten Why
I don’t have this problem because I went through all of my titles on my Goodreads TBR this past summer and cleaned out the ones I had either forgotten why I wanted to read them or decided I didn’t want to anymore. So, I’m changing up my topic to:
Ten Authors Who Make Me Laugh
1. Meghan Quinn
This lady is queen of giving me not just giggles, but laugh out loud hysterics. Her humor is on the raunchier side, but not super sexual or anything. I swear she could be a stand up comedian with some of the stuff she thinks up.
Book to try: Co-Wrecker
2. Max Monroe
Same as #1. These two ladies are HILARIOUS. I will read anything they write because I’m almost 99.9% guaranteed to laugh. (That 1% is for a couple of non-romantic comedies they wrote, so…)
Book to try: Tapping the Billionaire
3. Kristan Higgins
So you have to go old school with this recommendation, specifically her Blue Heron series. That series is old school contemporary romance with some great humor mixed in.
Book to try: Waiting on You
4. Sarina Bowen
I have been known to giggle during many of Bowen’s books. Her Brooklyn series usually has some great laughs. It’s really her books co-written with author #5 that get me laughing out loud.
Book to try: Good Boy
5. Elle Kennedy
Like I said, Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy’s collaborations are hilarious. Kennedy also has some really funny humor in her Off-Campus and Briar U series.
Book to try: The Deal
6. Helena Hunting
Helena Hunting writes some of the most ridiculous rom-coms, but they are so fun! There are some words I wouldn’t mind never hearing again from her, but the characters… Oh, man. They’re priceless!
Book to try: Pucked
7. Christina Lauren
Not all of CL’s books are in the funny category, but they do have several that have made me laugh. I especially like there first couple of series. They also have some really good standalones that are funny.
Book to try: Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating
8. Emma Hart
Emma Hart writes some really fun romantic comedies. Her female characters always make me laugh. They’re on the shorter side, but still manage to make you feel like you didn’t miss anything.
Book to try: Miss Fix-It
9. Emma Chase
I love when Emma Chase tackles the male POV. Her characters are so funny!
Book to try: Royally Screwed
10. Alice Clayton
It’s been a while since I read one of her books, but she made me laugh a lot in her Hudson Valley series.
Book to try: Wallbanger