Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Top 10 Tuesday: Top 10 Authors I've Read the Most Books From



Top 10 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and theBookish.



A few years ago I joined a book club and this opened my eyes to many different authors I hadn’t heard of before. It also encouraged me to read different genres and books that I might not have attempted before. These new discoveries only increased even more when I joined Goodreads, Pinterest and now the blogging community. With each passing year I am find new authors I enjoy and of course revisiting some of my old favourites.

This week’s topic for Top 10 Tuesday is the authors I’ve read the most books from. Here is my list:


1.       Meg Cabot (22 Books Read)


Favourites: The Princess Diaries Series



2.       Stan and Jan Berenstain (22 Books Read)


Favourites: The Berenstain Bears books. Yes I know these are children’s books but I read a lot of them when I was younger. 



3.       Janet Evanovich (16 Books Read)


Favourites: The Stephanie Plum Series

 


4.       Ann M. Martin (16 Books Read)


Favourites: Baby-Sitters Little Sister, The Baby-Sitters Club. Yes another author from my childhood. 



5.       L.M. Montgomery (11 Books Read)


Favourites: The Anne of Green Gables Series

 


6.       Robert Munsch (9 Books Read)


Favourites: Love You Forever. Childrens books.



7.       Kit Pearson (7 Books Read)


Favourites: The Guests of War Trilogy 



8.       Mary Higgins Clark (5 Books Read)


Favourites: On The Street Where You Live



9.       Ann Brashares (5 Books Read)


Favourites: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Series



10.   Sophie Kinsella (5 Books Read)


Favourites: Wedding Night


Did you participate in this week’s Top 10 Tuesday? If so leave your link in the comments so I can check out your post. 

 *Images from Goodreads 

6 comments:

  1. Yes, I bet lots of folks have read oodles of Babysitter Club books. That may be the sole reason literacy hasn't died in the last thirty years!

    Here's my Top Ten Authors I've Read the Most. Love to have you stop by!

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    1. I heard the series has been rebooted, to make it sound more modern for today's readers. Not sure how I feel about that, but if it means more young people are reading than thats a good thing.

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  2. Ahh, I forgot Ann Brashares! How did that happen? Great list! I love Meg Cabot and Sophie Kinsella too! Thanks for sharing and for visiting Bookworm Book Reviews!

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  3. You have some great authors on this list - some of my faves!
    My TTT

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