N.K. Jemisin that is...
I first heard of her last year when I was listening to The Fifth Season (last year's Hugo Award winner) and I loved the book so much I went out and bought everything else she has written. I had noticed her name on the lists before for the Nebula award (she really gets around!) but hadn't paid any attention to her yet. I'm kind of glad that I didn't, and that The Fifth Season was my first N.K. Jemisin book.
Her books are different, excitingly fresh whilst building a story about her worlds that are believable and rich with history. It's sometimes hard to go there whenever I start a new book, sometimes you have to wrestle a little bit, really pay attention, and struggle somewhat until you understand the new universe of the book, but I didn't have to do that with any of Jemisin's books. It was as easy as sitting in my favourite reading chair with a huge cup of coffee and just savoring that first delicious sip of whatever she wants to tell me (and really perking me up!).
I have read in total five of her books now and I am hoarding what is left like a miser. There is another two books to be read after The Fifth Season and I am patiently waiting for the third one to come out before I read the whole trilogy. Nothing to despair about...I had a huge copy of four of her books called The Inheritance Trilogy (The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms, The Broken Kingdoms, The Kingdom of Gods plus the novella The Awakened Kingdom). It kept me busy for a while.
I still have The Dreamblood Duology ( The Killing Moon and The Shadowed Sun) to enjoy until the conclusion of her recent trilogy known as The Broken Earth (The Fifth Season, The Obelisk Gate and The Stone Sky) is released in August.