Top Ten Tuesdays: Authors I’ve Read the Most Of

Top Ten Tuesdays: Is a weekly meme feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish where bloggers post their Top 10 List for an assigned topic! I will not be participating every week, but I will occasionally take a shot at it! You can always find these lists (past, present and original) on my Riffle Page!

This Week’s Topic:

Top Ten Authors I’ve read the Most

When I first saw this as this week’s topic, I had no idea how to go about it. I have a LOT of books in my “read” pile so I was dreading tallying up everything by hand. UNTIL, I discovered a nifty little feature on Goodreads while exploring my bookshelf: they have a “Most Read Author” sorter that tallies everything FOR YOU! Glorious!

Here are my Most Read Authors & the cover of my favourite novel by them!


#9 – Ally Carter – Books Read: 11  |  REVIEWS: 3

Ally Carter won me over with the Gallagher Girls and she’s had me hooked ever since! One my favourite YA authors, hands down.

(Read all my Ally Carter reviews here!)

#9 – Tessa Dare – Books Read: 11  |  REVIEWS: 3

While I may have outgrown my historical regency romance phase, I STILL read any book that Tessa Dare publishes! Her books are the perfect blend of romance, humour, fun and drama.

(Read all my Tessa Dare reviews here!)

#7 – Lynsay Sands – Books Read: 13  |  REVIEWS: 1

When I first got into highlander and historical romances, Lynsay Sands was someone I read a lot of because of her humour. Her books were a lot of fun and that lead me to her very long Argeneau vampire series.

(Read all my Lynsay Sands reviews here!)

#7 – Julie Kagawa – Books REad: 13  |  REVIEWS: 4

Julie Kagawa is one of my favourite world-building authors. The Iron Fey series had so many great interweaving elements that I quickly put her on the top of my “read-everything-she-writes” list.

(Read all my Julie Kagawa reviews here!)

#5 –Jennifer L Armentrout – Books rEad: 14  |  REVIEWS: 2

While I find most of Armentrout’s work seems to follow the same formula, she always has a unique spin to her stories. Aliens, gargoyles, not-your-average-vampires–always a cool spin that keeps me interested in what she has coming up next.

(Read all my Jennifer L Armentrout reviews here!)

#5 – Bella Andre – Books Read: 14  |  REVIEWS: 3

There’s a touch of irony for me when I see Bella Andre’s name on this list. I almost stopped reading the first book I ever read by her (The Look of Love) but I pulled through and really enjoyed the sequel books in the Sullivan series.

(Read all my Bella Andre reviews here!)

#3 – Meg Cabot – Books REad: 16  |  REVIEWS: 4

This list really be complete without Meg Cabot. I read her books exclusively for most of my teen years. I credit her with making me love reading and starting a love of historical romance (I’ve read Victoria and the Rogue more times than I can count). I also love her adult novels as well!

(Read all my Meg Cabot reviews here!)

#3 – Richelle Mead – Books Read: 16  |  REVIEWS: 3

One of my all time favourite YA authors! But I’ve also enjoyed her adult novels as well. One of the most consistent authors I’ve ever had the pleasure of reading!

(Read all my Richelle Mead reviews here!)

#2 – H M Ward – Books Read: 18  |  REVIEWS: 2

Ok, this one is a little inflated because H M Ward writes mostly serial novels so the total is so high because there are so many parts. But I do enjoy her works and how they all are interwoven together in some capacity.

(Read all my H M Ward reviews here!)

#1 – Abbi Glines – Books Read: 22  |  reviews: 6

Abbi writes great dramatic New Adult novels. They have a fantastic balance between romance and drama. I simply devour them in one day and can’t wait for the next one to be published!

(Read all my Abbi Glines reviews here!)

 Honourable Mentions:

  • Mary Balogh – Books Read: 10 |  Reviews: 0 (Fave: Slightly Scandalous)
  • Louise RennisonBooks Read: 10  |  Reviews: 1 (Fave: Georgia Nicolson Series)
  • Colleen Hoover Books Read: 10  |  Reviews: 5 (Fave: Hopeless)
  • Christina LaurenBooks Read: 10  |  Reviews: 2 (Fave: Beautiful Player)

Do we read a lot of the same authors? who was on your list?

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