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Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I've Read The Most Books By


Happy Tuesday everyone!  Welcome to the Top Ten Tuesday now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.  This week's topic is Authors I've Read The Most Books By.  As far as I know my counts on these authors are up to date.  Here we go, starting with the author I've read the least from to the most from:


Terry Brooks - 15


Lemony Snicket/ Daniel Handler - 16


Brian K. Vaughan - 16


Cassandra Clare - 18


Charlaine Harris - 19


Robert Kirkman - 20


Jim Butcher - 22


R.A. Salvatore - 24


Stephen King - 42


R.L. Stine - 73


Have you read any of these authors?  What are some of your most read authors?  As always, thanks for visiting my blog and perhaps even commenting down below!

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  1. Love R.L.Stine. Goosebumps was a favorite when I was a child.
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  2. Wow, I didn't realize R.L. Stine had written so many books!

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  3. I read all the Series of Unfortunate Events books when I was a kid and loved them!
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2020/07/07/top-ten-tuesday-271/

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  4. Charlaine Harris has written some fun stories! I liked the Sookie Stackhouse series in particular.

    And Stephen King was on my list, too.

    My TTT.

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  5. I have also read a lot of books from Cassandra Clare. I think my list is mostly authors who write a lot of series, which makes sense.

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  6. I've only read Cassandra Clare from this list. Terry Brooks is on my TBR though (thanks to The Shannara Chronicles tv show getting me curious)

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    1. The Shannara Chronicles takes up with the second book of the original series. The first one is actually kind of similar to Lord of the Rings. :)

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  7. R.L. Stine wrote so many good stories.

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday.

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  8. R.L. Stine is a popular choice this week. You read 73 of his books??? WOW!

    Here's my TTT list.

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  9. I'm impressed you could get a count for R.L. Stine! My best estimate is "at least 30." Could be 60. Wish my memory was sharper.

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    1. Well, that's as far as I can remember anyway. :)

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  10. King is on my list today, too. I haven't read a book by him recently; back in the day, though, I was a big fangirl! His books scared me to death, but I couldn't put them down.

    Happy TTT!

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    1. I just finally read It - and it definitely lived up to the hype!

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  11. Ooh I used to read a ton of Terry brooks! Jim Butcher I haven't read but I didn't realize he had written so many!

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    1. I bet you would love Jim Butcher's Dresden Files series, Greg. They're so much fun!

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  12. I think I've read most of Enid Blyton's works when I was a kid! Great list :D

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    1. I don't think I've ever tried her stuff - one of these days.

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  13. I need to read more Stephen King novels!!

    Here's a link to my TTT post this week: https://captivatedreader.blogspot.com/2020/07/top-ten-tuesday-authors-ive-read-most.html

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    1. I have to admit, I do love his style. Thanks for shairng.

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  14. I really need to get round to reading some more Charlaine Harris. I didn't love the Sookie Stackhouse books (I couldn't get into the first; didn't like Sookie), but I loved the Harper Connolly books...

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    1. I've started on that series. I need to jump back into it.

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  15. Stephen King is my most-read author. I’m slowly working my way through his backlist.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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    1. I've been for quite awhile now - he's got a lot to keep busy with! :)

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