Who is your favorite writer on Facebook? Share your recommendation in the comments section and help us build a brand new GalleyCat Reviews directory.
Our Facebook page has grown rapidly this summer and more than 100 writers have already posted to our “New Books” section. However, a number of previously published authors emailed us wondering if they could include their work as well. Our Best Authors on Facebook directory will help them–allowing both published and self-published authors to connect with readers.
We’ve started the list with a few writers from our summer reading list, but the directory is hardly comprehensive. Share your favorite author on Facebook in the comments section below and we’ll add them to our growing directory. NOTE: This is a BIG list, so please be patient as we add authors.
Christa Allan: Author of Walking on Broken Glass.
Nicholson Baker: A contemporary American writer of fiction and non-fiction and professor at the European Graduate School in Saas-Fee, Switzerland
L.A. Banks: Author of The Vampire Huntress Legend Series
Janice Gable Bashman: Co-author (with Jonathan Maberry) of WANTED UNDEAD OR ALIVE: Vampire Hunters and Other Kick-Ass Enemies of Evil
Sonya Bateman: Author of Master of None
Meg Waite Clayton: Author of THE FOUR MS. BRADWELLS and THE LANGUAGE OF LIGHT
Jenny Crusie: the NYT bestselling author of twenty some novels and lots of other stuff. Her latest novel, Maybe This Time, hits shelves on August 31.
Frank Delaney: Author who has scrutinized the very nature of the spoken word (in broadcasts such as Word of Mouth, Say the Word, Omnibus and others.) Best-selling author of more than 21 books.
Marcy Dermansky: Writer. Bad Marie, my book, is currently out in stores, occasionally placed on tables.
Morris Dickstein: Author of Dancing in the Dark: A Cultural History of the Great Depression and a distinguished professor of English and Theatre at CUNY Graduate Center.
Scott Edelman: American science fiction, fantasy, and horror writer and editor of SCI FI Magazine.
James Ellroy: Novelist and Death Dog of American Literature.
Robert Morgan Fisher: Novelist/Screenwriter/Musician/ Voice Actor.
Yasmine Galenorn: Author of The Sisters of the Moon series
William Gibson: Zero History, Spook Country, Pattern Recognition, and Neuromancer.
Laurell K. Hamilton: Author of the Anita Blake Series and the Merry Gentry Series
Monica Holloway: Author of Cowboy & Wills, story of Cowboy, the golden retriever puppy who changed her son’s life.
James Kaelan: Author of We’re Getting On and zero emission book tour advocate.
Kathleen Kaufman, author of The Tree Museum.
Karen Karbo: Author of The Gospel According to Coco Chanel: Life Lessons from the World’s Most Elegant Woman and How to Hepburn: Lessons on Living from Kate the Great
Laurie R. King: Edgar award-winning mystery writer of the Mary Russell and Kate Martinelli series as well as several standalone novels.
Nicole Krauss: Author best known for her novels The History of Love and Man Walks into a Room.
Erik Larson: “Isaac’s Storm (1999), about the experiences of Isaac Cline during the Galveston Hurricane of 1900, The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic and Madness at the Fair That Changed America”
Mark Laxer: Author of The Monkey Bible
Caroline Leavitt: The author of nine novels and the recipient of a New York Foundation for the Arts Award in Fiction, and a Goldenberg Fiction Prize.
Laura Lippman: Author of fifteen books — the Tess Monaghan series, four stand-alones and a collection of short stories.
Jonathan Maberry: the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of PATIENT ZERO, THE WOLFMAN, ZOMBIE CSU and THE DRAGON FACTORY
Melissa Marr: Author of the Wicked Lovely Series
Tom McCarthy: English novelist and conceptual artist.
Teresa Medeiros: Romance author of The Devil Wears Plaid and Some Like it Wild.
Rick Moody: Rick Moody is the author of eight published books and one forthcoming book (FOUR FINGERS OF DEATH).
Haruki Murakami: the author of Wind Up Bird Chronicle, and many other novels, short stories, and essays.
Gina B. Nahai: Best-selling author of “Caspian Rain” and “Cry of the Peacock” and professor of creative writing at USC
Amelie Nothomb: A Belgian novelist who writes in French.
Jason Pinter: Thriller writer/literary agent, author of The Mark, The Guilty, and The Stolen.
Nora Roberts: bestselling American author of more than 165 romance novels.
Kevin Sampsell: editor (Portland Noir and other books), publisher (Future Tense Books), bookstore employee (Powellâ€™s Books) and author (Creamy Bullets and the memoir, A Common Pornography).
Howard A Sherman: I am an Implementor of interactive fiction. What’s an Implementor? A hybrid of an author and a programmer. What’s interactive fiction? Think eBooks on steroids.
Gary Shteyngart: Author of The Russian Debutanteâ€™s Handbook, Absurdistan, and Super Sad True Love Story.
Rachel Shukert: Author of Everything Is Going to Be Great: An Underfunded and Overexposed European Grand Tour.
Clea Simon: Mystery author, most recently of “Grey Matters” with “Dogs Don’t Lie” (first pet noir!) and “Grey Zone” to come in 2011.
Karin Slaughter: Bestselling author of several novels, including the Grant County series. A long-time resident of Atlanta, she splits her time between the kitchen and the living room
Andrew Smith: Author of GHOST MEDICINE and IN THE PATH OF FALLING OBJECTS
Pamela Mahoney Tsigdinos: author, a blogger, and an infertility survivor. In her first book, Silent Sorority, Pamela shares with naked candor, humor and poignancy the intense and, at times, absurd experience of living barren in an era of designer babies and helicopter parents.
Lisa Unger: an award winning and international bestselling author, with novels published in 26 countries.
Luis Alberto Urrea: Pulitzer Prize finalist author of The Devil’s Highway, The Hummingbird’s Daughter, Into the Beautiful North, and several other works of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.
Vendela Vida: Author of The Lovers, Girls on the Verge, And Now You Can Go, and Let the Northern Lights Erase Your Name.
Jennifer Weiner: Author of Good In Bed, In Her Shoes, Little Earthquakes, and Goodnight Nobody.