Reading Pathways is a regular Book Riot feature in which we suggest a three-book reading sequence for becoming acquainted with certain authors. Check out previous entries on Toni Morrison, Edith Wharton, John Steinbeck, and others.
This prolific children's book writer is beloved by many generations of readers, and we've rounded up some of the best Roald Dahl books.
Discover the tense, twisty mysteries of Keigo Higashino, one of Japan's most popular mystery writers, with these three recommended books.
Get to know Dawn Kertagich books, just in time for Women in Horror Month.
A reading pathway of the works of American author Charles Portis, most famous for True Grit, who died on February 17 at the age of 86.
Where to start listening to the incredible audiobook performances of Bahni Turpin.
Get motivated and take down 2020 with these YOU ARE A BADASS books and planners from popular self-help author Jen Sincero.
Where to start with Dion Graham audiobooks: a guide to some of his best work, including nonfiction, YA, historical fiction, and fantasy.
GIRL, WOMAN, OTHER may have elevated her visibility, but Bernadine Evaristo has been writing extraordinary books for many years.
Before you read Olive, Again by Elizabeth Strout, make sure you've read these three titles, also by Strout. I promise, you will be rewarded.
Wondering where to get started with Tessa Dare books? This Reading Pathways list of three will tell you which books of hers to read first.
Get to know the works of Marguerite Duras, the French novelist, playwright, and screenwriter associated with the nouveau roman movement.
Use this reading pathway to help you navigate the many Christina Lauren books. These romances range from passionate to spooky and everything in between.
Get into these mind-bending, time traveling, magical Nina Allan books by way of this reading pathway curated by a fan of her catalog.
Bill Bryson is the prolific author of many books on many subjects--so many books that we've put together this guide to getting into Bill Bryson books.
Talking about where to get started reading the works of indie comics pioneer and "poet laureate of Cleveland" Harvey Pekar.