10 Brilliant Books/Series Written by Dynamic Author Duos

Hello everybody! Today, I’m taking part in Top Ten Tuesday, for which the theme today is dynamic duos. Onto the post!


Diary of an Accidental Witch by Perdita and Honor Cargill- this is a super cute younger middle grade about a girl who is accidentally enrolled in witch school and the antics she gets up to while trying to fit in and find her way. The first book was so lovely, and I’m just about to start the second one at the time of writing this, which I’m very excited for as it features a witchy version of sports day.

Can You See Me? by Libby Scott and Rebecca Westcott– this one is kind of cheating because it’s on my TBR, but I am very excited to get to it because it’s an own voices book about autism and it sounds amazing.

Dragon Mountain by Katie and Kevin Tsang- now, this is actually a series but I am woefully behind because I just keep forgetting to catch up, as ridiculous as that sounds! It’s about four children who get bonded with their very own dragons and have to help save the world. The first book left off on a huge cliffhanger so I really should find out what happens next at some point I guess…

Antigua de Fortune of the High Seas by Anna Rainbow and Oli Hyatt- I was part of the blog tour for this last year, and I thought it was such a fun, clever fantasy story. I’m really hoping for either a sequel or a new story from these authors at some point soon!

The Adventures on Trains series by M.G Leonard and Sam Sedgman- this is a really solid, dependable mystery series that takes place on trains travelling all over the world, and I’m hoping the sixth book won’t end up being the last. And I’m looking forward to reading the 5th soonish obviously!!

The Waiting for Callback series by Perdita and Honor Cargill Perdita and Honor are on this list twice because they’re so supportive and kind to bloggers, and I loved this series from 2016-2018 when they were being released. They’re a super fun series about a girl breaking into the acting world.

The Witch’s Kiss trilogy by Katharine and Elizabeth Corr- this is another series that had a 2016-2018 release schedule I think, what a nice little coincidence they were together on the list. It’s a brilliant urban fantasy and I absolutely adored these.

A Throne of Swans by Katharine and Elizabeth Corr– these authors are so lovely I couldn’t resist adding this one as well. This is the first in their duology about a world in which nobles can shape shift into birds, and I love the political, twisty vibes that it had so I’m looking forward to reading the second one VERY soon.

Lobsters by Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison– this is one of my favourite YA books I read when I was in my teens, I’d actually really like to reread it at some point to see if it still holds up for me now. It’s about two teenagers trying to lose their virginity, and the hilarity it causes over the summer before they start uni.

Twin Crowns by Katherine Webber and Catherine Doyle– again, I’m slightly cheating here cause I’ve not read this (it actually isn’t even out yet!) HOWEVER, I love both these authors separately and I’m super excited to see them team up on a YA fantasy about two sisters who are vying for a crown.


Thank you so much for reading!! Which co-authored books do you love? What do you think of the ones I’ve chosen? I’d love to chat with you in the comments!

Amy xx

Author: goldenbooksgirl

Disabled book blogger who also writes TV, film, music and other posts from time to time | UKYABA Champion Teen 2018 | Email: goldenbooksgirl@gmail.com | she/her

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