Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme/original feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Click the link to go to their site to see the original list.
This week’s Top Ten topic is really interesting but I kinda cheated a bit, haha! First, I changed the topic from “…I Own the Most Book From” to “…I Read the Most Book From” and I only have seven authors in my list. The reasons are that first, if I follow the original topic then I would only have a handful of authors in my list (less than five). When I read series that are way too long—I’m talking about having more than five books in a series— I don’t buy all the books because it would be very expensive, so instead, I just borrow books from my friends. Also, my taste in books is very eclectic, I very rarely read more than five books by the same author.
Let’s get this started, shall we?
Sara Shepard (16 books) – I have read all the books in the Pretty Little Liars series. Yes, I am a great fan of the series. Sara has other books too and I’m looking forward to trying them, too!
Lisi Harrison (9-10 books) – I have read the first nine (or ten?) books in her Clique series. I really loved the Clique novels I my tween years and I really want to finish the series but there are too many books competing for my attention right now. LOL
Rick Riordan (12 books) – I freaking love Riordan. I would love everything he writes. I also like his wit and sarcasm on Twitter. Me and my real life bookish friends are huge fans of him and we call him “Uncle Rick”!
Franklin W. Dixon (around 10 books) – Technically, Franklin W. Dixon is not just one guy but a group of ghost writers who wrote all the Hardy Boys books. I love the Hardy Boys books, me and my younger brother are a fan of the series.
Eoin Colfer (9 books) – I’ve heard the entire Artemis Fowl series including a novella about Mulch Diggums, one of my favorite characters in the series. I love Artemis Fowl and I love Eoin Colfer, he has other books too like The Supernaturalist and I would really love to read more of his works.
K. Rowling (7 books) – The Harry Potter series, of course. I haven’t read Rowling’s other books like Casual Vacancy and The Cuckoo’s Calling but I have heard glowing reviews about them and would really love to read them sometime.