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Hi everybody, and welcome to a new Top Ten Tuesday!
Today’s all about the authors we’ve read the most books by, and turns out… I’m incredibly predictable. This list will not shock anyone, I’m sure 😉
So below is a list of authors I’ve read at least 6 books by and truthfully, most of these are because of series. Also, they’ve all been authors I’ve been following for years, so perhaps given some more time, some other authors will be added to my list of fame…
Is anyone surprised by this one? I love anything Annette Marie writes and she delivers multiple books a year so it’s pretty easy to read a lot of books by her quickly. I have to admit that I haven’t read them all, as I haven’t read all of the novellas but that’s just because I am not a fan of novellas most of the time…
Red Winter series:
Steel and Stone series:
The Guild Codex: Spellbound
The Guild Codex: Demonized
Sarah J. Maas is one of those authors that gets a lot of both hate and love, and though I understand her writing is not perfect, I still have to say I ADORE her books and I haven’t yet read any that I haven’t loved.
Throne of Glass series:
Crescent City series:
Honestly, I don’t think there have already been too many Shadowhunter books. Though I’m not a fan of the final three Mortal Instruments books, as long as her books keep reaching the level of amazingness that is the Infernal Devices or Dark Artifices, I will read them! (Again, I have not read any of the novellas or spin-off thingies, but that’s because I’m not a novella/spin-off person)
The Mortal Instruments:
The Infernal Devices:
The Dark Artifices:
I am waaaaay behind on Rick Riordan series. I know there are so many more amazing books to discover, but rest assured I will get to all of them eventually.
Percy Jackson and the Olympians:
The Heroes of Olympus:
Huh, is there really only one book set outside the Grishaverse that I’ve read by Bardugo? But seeing how much I LOVED Ninth House, I’m pretty confident Leigh Bardugo is an auto-buy author, Grishaverse or not.
Shadow and Bone:
Six of Crows:
Alex Stern series:
Given Rowling’s recent transphobic comments I feel a little iffy about including these, but the Harry Potter series will always be a classic favorite for me, even if I don’t, won’t and can’t support J.K Rowling any more.
The Harry Potter series:
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Again, an author (well, authors) I still have so many more books to discover by, but I can’t wait to try them all!
What’s the author you’ve read the most books by?