Favorite female author?

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Favorite female author?

Nazaress Nazaress
My favorite female author (and favorite author period) is Ellen Hopkins. No matter how old I get, I will never stop reading her books. She recently started writing adult books in addition to young adult books, though, so I guess I can read books for my age SOMETIMES. I read her first one, Triangles, not that long ago and I like it. It has some racy stuff in it (it's about affairs and midlife crises) and it's definitely a bit different from her YA books. Then again, her YA books weren't exactly "kid-friendly" to begin with. That's why I love her. She tells the truth about teenagers and doesn't ignore things that are actually happening to teens today, like drugs, abuse, and prostitution.
02/09/2012
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El-Jaro El-Jaro
Urusala K. LeGuin

The Wizard of Earthsea was a great series.

Madeleine L'Engle

I don't care much for how religious her works are, especially the last couple in the series.
02/10/2012
Princess-Kayla ♥ Princess-Kayla ♥
J.K. Rowling. For sure.
02/11/2012
Dreaus Dreaus
I like Sue Graffton. she has a good series going.
02/11/2012
wdanas wdanas
Jacqueline Carey has some very good books. They can be a bit of heavy reading, but have an interesting and unique setting.
02/11/2012
rawsonbr rawsonbr
I second that Kayla, J.K. Rowling
02/11/2012
x203 x203
I have almost every book by Hopkins. She's my favorite too
08/15/2012
kitty1949 kitty1949
Sylvia Plath. She's predominately a poet, but The Bell Jar is one of my favorite novels ever.
08/15/2012
Jaimes Jaimes
Hands down, Ayn Rand.

I've read nearly everything she's published, including plays and philosophy. Too many newsletters and essays to keep up with, but I have a whole lifetime for that!
08/15/2012
snarknemesis snarknemesis
Tamora Pierce!
Dianne Setterfield.
I also really like Madeleine L'Engle's books.
08/15/2012
hyacinthgirl hyacinthgirl
Maud Hart Lovelace.

Books written in the 1940's that show female friendship as a healthy, good thing? That show a girl who pines over a jerk realizing what a dud the guy is and giving him a fantastic brush-off? Parents being equally supportive of ambitious and non-ambitious daughters? That teach that the most important component of any marriage is respect? Shocking! I can't praise them highly enough to any mother with daughters or any aunt with nieces or any woman in general.

Also lots of love for Madeleine L'Engle, J.K. Rowling, Astrid Lindgren, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Sidney Taylor, Diana Wynn Jones, and Lousia May Alcott for children's/YA, and Ursula K. LeGuin, Aphra Behn, Sylvia Plath, and Anne McCaffery for adult novels.
08/15/2012
Ganconagh Ganconagh
Anne Rice
08/15/2012
GenderSexplorations GenderSexplorations
Anne Rice or J.K. Rowling. Both very different, both very good.
08/15/2012
J. Nguyen J. Nguyen
Robin Hobb, love the Tawny Man trilogy.
08/19/2012
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