Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Authors I’ve Read The Most

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the lovely folks over at The Broke And The Bookish.  Every week, bloggers share their own bookish top ten lists based on the topic of the week.  You can check out Ten Tuesdays here.

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Top Ten Authors I’ve Read The Most

This is a fun list to work on!  It’s probably really similar to the list we did about the authors that we own the most books from, but I’m way too lazy to actually go back and check that list.  I really don’t stick with any one author as much as I thought. Either that, or a lot of the authors have only a handful of books, and not enough to make the list.

  1. Rachel Caine with 28 books.  Weather Wardens, Outcast Season and the Morganville Vampire series are all awesome.
  2. Natsuki Takaya with 15 books.  Fruits Basket is awesome, and I really hope I can finish it.
  3. Julie Kagawa with 13 books.  I love her.  I really do.  Especially the Iron Fey.
  4. Alison Weir with 12 books.  If she writes it, I will read it.  She makes Tudor history fun.
  5. Sara Shepard with 10 books.  Only because I couldn’t keep reading the Pretty Little Liars series.  The t.v. show is addictive though.
  6. Maria V Snyder with 10 books.  I am so glad she has a new series about Yelena and Valek.
  7. Gail Carriger with 9 books.  She writes the most fun steampunk books ever.
  8. JK Rowling with 8 books.  Harry Potter is awesome, and I really like the Casual Vacancy.  Now I just need to read the Robert Galbraith books.
  9. Meg Cabot with 7 books.  I’ve read an assortment of Meg Cabot books, and I really should keep reading the Princess Diaries books just to see how it all turns out for Mia.
  10. Rachel Vincent with 7 books.  I really liked her Soul Screamers series.  You don’t see banshees often in paranormal books.
  11. Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl with 7 books.  Beautiful Creatures was a great series, and I really like Dangerous Creatures.
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