Top 10 Tuesday: Top Ten Authors I’ve Read The Most Books From

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It’s Tuesday again so The Broke and the Bookish are hosting Top Ten Tuesday.

This week it’s Top Ten Authors I’ve Read The Most Books From I’m using my Goodreads so not sure this is 100% correct, but more or less. Title links are for reviews. Most books read is first:

Enid Blyton

27 books read. It wasn’t until I started counting until I realised how many Enid Byton books I’ve read. All the Adventure series, all the Secret Seven, 1 Famous Five, 3 Twins at Saint Clare’s. Mostly borrowed from the library as a child. I feel  I should do better.

Jodi Picoult

25 books read. All her solo written books and kindle shorts except Wonder Woman and Leaving Home.

Jaqueline Wilson

21 books read. For a few years in junior school (and the beginning of secondary school) I read all of the Jaqueline Wlson books I could get my hands on. I may still have one somewhere, and I still want to call my child Lottie after The Lottie Project.

Roald Dahl

15 books read. Most of his children’s ones, as a child. I intend to try out his adult stories at some point


J.K. Rowling.

13 books read. All the Harry Potter’s plus Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Quidditch Through the Ages and Tales of Beedle the Bard. The Casual Vacancy and her books as Robert Galbraith.

Judy Blume

13 books read. A good chunk of her YA novels. I should really try one of her adult novels at some point.

Paula Danziger

13 books read. Around about the same time I was reading Judy Blume.

Noel Streatfeild.

13 books read. Again in childhood.

Jasper Fforde

10 books read. 7 Thursday Next, 2 Nursery Crimes, 1 Shades of Grey (when oh when will that second one come out!)He’s got a new one coming out next year too, a stand-alone novel, how exciting!

Charlaine Harris

19 books read. First 10 Sookie Stackhouse books. I was in a bookring on the Bookclub Forum, but it stopped at book 10 and I was never that bothered to seek out the last 3.

I think my list is pretty telling about how my reading habits have changed. When I was younger I used to find a book I liked then try and read everything by that author. Now I read more eclectically meaning that it’s only favourite authors who I keep returning too, or if I’m reading a series I will read a lot by one author

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4 responses to “Top 10 Tuesday: Top Ten Authors I’ve Read The Most Books From

  1. You have some wonderful authors on this list!! Some faves of mine 🙂
    My TTT

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  3. I was just like you as a kid (Judy Blume, Paula Danziger & Enid Blyton). Nowadays I mean to read more by the same author, but don’t often get there unless it’s a series.

  4. Childhood reads are very powerful. I don’t think you ever get the same sheer delight from reading ever again. It’s lovely when books have the power to frighten you, move you and enthral your imagination so much! I’m a lot older than you but my list would also include Enid Blyton and Noel Streatfield. Other authors: Malcolm Saville (The Lone Pine series), the wonderful Rosemary Sutcliff (brilliant historical novels, worth reading at any age), Henry Treece. Then one particular book by Dodie Smith (One Hundred and One Dalmatians – don’t bother with the films). You’ll find out more about this book here: https://ruthi56.wordpress.com/2014/07/21/72/

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