Top Ten Tuesday: Most-Read Authors

Once again, it’s the weekly meme of Top Ten Tuesday hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.  This week’s topic is Top Ten Authors I’ve Read the Most Books From and I have a bunch that are tied.  So, drum roll, please…

1.  Meg Cabot (23)
The Princess Diaries series, The Mediator Series, 1-800-Where-Are-You series, The Boy Next Door, All-American Girl, Ready or NotHow to Be Popular, Avalon High, and Insatiable

2. Lemony Snicket (13)
A Series of Unfortunate Events

3. Richelle Mead (12 books)
The Vampire Diaries series and Bloodlines series

4. Sarah Dessen (12 books)
Well, every single one of her books and I’m not going to list them.

5. Jodi Picoult (9 books)
My Sister’s Keeper, The Pact, Nineteen Minutes, Salem Falls, House Rules, The Tenth Circle, The Storyteller, Leaving Time, and Off the Page

6. Scott Westerfeld (9 books)
Uglies series, Midnighters series, Peeps, and Afterworlds

7. J.R. Ward (9 books)
Black Dagger Brotherhood series

8. Maureen Johnson (8 books)
Shades of London series, A Study in Sink, 13 Little Blue Envelopes, The Last Little Blue Envelope, Devilish, Suite Scarlett, and Girl at Sea

9. J. K. Rowling (8 books)
Harry Potter, The Tales of Beedle the Bard, and The Cuckoo’s Calling

10. Margret Peterson Haddix (8 books)
The Shadow Children series, Running Out of Time, and Just Ella

11. Ann Brashares (8 books)
The Sisterhood series, The Here and Now, The Last Summer, and My Name is Memory

Do we share any authors? Who’s on your top ten? Do you still read the authors on your list?

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