Top Ten Tuesday #18 (August 11): Ten Authors I’ve Read The Most Books From

Hello! It’s Tuesday, and that means it’s time for Top Ten Tuesday, a meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is, as you can guess, ten authors I’ve read the most from! This was kind of an eye-opener for some authors I’ve read from. 🙂 And for the first time in my days of doing TTT, I actually made the list in a specific order, instead of random. Lol! Also, just a little note; author names link to their Goodreads page. Anyway, let’s get to it!

Author Meg Cabot

1. Meg Cabot (31 books + 7 novellas read)

Looking back on it, I did kind of go on a Meg Cabot marathon kind of thing back in the old days! 😄 The books/series I’ve read of Meg Cabot: Princess Diaries series (10 books + 7 novellas), Mediator series (6 books), 1-800-Where-R-You? series (5 books), Heather Wells series (5 books), All-American Girl Duology (2 books), Airhead trilogy (3 books), Abandon trilogy (3 books), Teen Idol (Standalone), Pants on Fire (Standalone), Jinx (Standalone), and Avalon High (Standalone)

Wow, I can’t believe I’m only now noticing the number of Meg Cabot books I’ve read! 🙂 She is a great author though, so I’m not regretting these reads.

2. Rick Riordan (14 books)Rick Riordan pic

Ah, Rick Riordan. This list wouldn’t be complete without him. I’ve read his Percy Jackson & Heroes of Olympus series, as well as the Kane Chronicles and the Greek Gods book. They were all great reads, of course! 🙂 Can’t wait to read his upcoming novel, The Sword of Summer. (That’s what it’s called, right?)

Author Jennifer Armentrout

3. Jennifer L. Armentrout (16 books + 4 novellas)

Most of the books I’ve read from her are series; Covenant series (5 books +2 novellas), Lux series (5 books + 1 novella), and The Dark Elements series (3 books + 1 novella). I’ve also read her YA stand-alones; Cursed, Don’t Look Back and The Dead List. I have been meaning to read her NA With You saga and spin-off of the Covenant, The Return, but I haven’t gotten around to them yet.

4. Lemony Snicket (13 books)Lemony Snicket

The Series of Unfortunate Events is one of the series I’ve read in my childhood, boy, is it a long series! I remember enjoying them when I read them, although now I can’t say I’d feel the same. Who knows, I don’t plan on re-reading them anytime soon–I have too many books on my TBR for that! 😄

Richelle Mead pic5. Richelle Mead (12 books)

I’ve read her Vampire Academy series (6 books) a bit back and earlier this year I also finished her VA spin-off series, Bloodlines (also 6 books). They’re great series, and I definitely can’t wait for Soundless, Richelle Mead’s upcoming novel!

6. P.C. Cast, Kristin Cast (12 books)P.C Cast and Kristin Cast

I’ve only read the House of Night series from these two authors (a long but interesting vampire-themed series) but I do plan on reading more from them!

Author Cassandra Clare

7. Cassandra Clare (10 books)

The Mortal Instruments and The Infernal Devices are both awesome series, although I have to say I liked the latter more. I also really enjoyed The Bane Chronicles, stories told from the one and only Magnus Bane, of course. I have yet to read The Iron Trial, but I have a copy of it and I can’t wait to read it!

8. Sara Shepard (9 books read + 1 novella)Sara Shepard

I’ve only read the first five books of the PLL series and the first 4 books in The Lying Game series, as well as a Lying Game novella. I’ve been meaning to finish the PLL series, but to be honest I don’t see myself doing that anytime soon.

Sarah Dessen9. Sarah Dessen (8 books)

I own basically all of her YA books, but I do still have to read I think around 4 of them. One of my favorites so far is The Truth About Forever; it’s simply awesome! I can’t wait to read Sarah Dessen’s Saint Anything.

10. J.K. Rowling (7 books + 2 novellas)J.K Rowling

I’m talking about the Harry Potter series, of course, including Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Quidditch Through the Ages. I’ve been meaning to read her other books, like The Casual Vacancy, but I haven’t really gotten around to it yet.

And now, I have a lot of honourable mentions: Melissa de la Cruz (7 books + 2 novellas), Julie Kagawa (6 books + 3 novellas), Michael Grant (6 books), Maggie Stiefvater (6 books), Lauren Oliver (5 books + 3 novellas), Sarah J. Maas (5 books), Nicholas Sparks (5 books), Lauren Kate (5 books + 1 novella), Stephenie Meyer (5 books), Marissa Meyer (3 books + 4 novellas), Patrick Ness (3 books + 3 novellas), Tahereh Mafi (3 books + 2 novellas) …and a bunch of other others I can’t remember at the moment. 🙂


So that’s it for this week’s Top Ten Tuesday! What authors have you read the most from? Do we have any in common? Let me know in the comments below, or link your post!

Happy Tuesday! ❤

Analee 10

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15 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday #18 (August 11): Ten Authors I’ve Read The Most Books From

  1. Great post! I love all of your answers and would probably steal all of them if I were to do this post. (Maybe I will later. Two posts a day is enough for me. 🙂 A little ole’ person by the name of Julie Kawga caught my eye and I couldn’t help but wonder if you’ve read The Immortal Rules trilogy. It’s my favorite, and Amy and I actually did a review on it. (One of our three. Oops.) Just wondering, and again, great job! ❤

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  2. Wow, you really have read an amazing amount of books from all these authors! I’ve only read a few from some of the authors you mentioned! Rick Riordan is of course on my list, as is Cassandra Clare. P.C. and Kristen Cast made it too! I’ve read all 12 books as well and I loved them! Stark was my favourote character and my book boyfriend. ❤

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  3. Hi Analee! Great list! Rick Riordan made my list too but I still need to read his Kane Chronicles and the Greek Gods books. I’m excited for his Magnus Chase books though, I love Norse Myth! I totally forgot about Lemony Snicket! I read all his books and it just went past me haha. I really enjoyed Armentrout’s Lux series! Which do you think I should read from her next?

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  4. We have a lot of authors in common, even if I forgot some in my list! 🙂 I love Meg Cabot’s Princess series. I understand, about not finishing the PLL series. I stopped around book 12, or 14? I don’t remember, this just never ended, and even if I’m curious, I don’t see myself getting the rest of the series anytime soon.

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  5. What a great list! We share a lot of author-love 🙂 The Truth About Forever is also my fav Dessen! I also recommend Lemony Snicket’s new series All the Wrong Questions.

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  6. OMG! You’ve read so many great books from great authors.I hadn’t completed some of J.lynn and P.C.& Kristen Cast series yet but It’s really amazing how you’ve completed all of them.Did you binge read them or what?

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  7. I’ve just started read Meg Cabot and from the Princess Diaries alone on what I’ve read so far she stole a spot! I should’ve done an honorable mention to add Rick and Melissa De LA Cruz, but I was tired by the end of mine. We have 3 authors in common though =]

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