Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I Own the Most Books From
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week there is a new topic. I’m a huge fan of lists, so this meme is right up my alley!
This week’s topic is Ten Authors I Own The Most Books From.
I usually put my TTT lists in alphabetical order, rather than any kind of ranking order, but this time I put them in ascending order, with number 10 being listed first, and with author number 1 listed last and that’s the author that I own the most books from. I’ve also decided to post picures of my favorite book (so far) by each author that I’ve listed. So let’s get to it, shall we?
#10: 5 books – I own 5 books from several different authors, and they are (in alphabetical order): Suzanne Collins, James Dashner, John Green, Tahereh Mafi, Megan McCafferty, Stephenie Meyer, and J.R.R. Tolkien.
#9 & #8 & #7: 6 books – I own 6 books from 3 different authors and they are: Julie Kagawa, David Levithan, and Gregory Maguire.
#6: 8 books – I own 8 books by C.S. Lewis.
#5 & #4: 11 books – I own 11 books by Janet Evanovich and Charlaine Harris.
#3 & #2: 13 books – I own 13 books by J.K. Rowling and Scott Westerfeld.
#1: 34 books – I own a whopping 34 books by Francine Pascal. My friend Courtney from Abducted by Books and I wanted to read all the Sweet Valley High books a few years ago, and I found a set of 34 of them on Ebay for like $30 or $35, so I bought them. I’ve read 17 out of the 34.
So my list is kind of interesting. I knew I had lots of books by Francine Pascal, Janet Evanovich, and Charlaine Harris, but I was really surprised that I had so many books by Scott Westerfeld. But it totally makes sense, since he’s one of my favorite authors!
What authors do you own the most books from? Let me know, or leave a link to your TTT in the comments, and I’ll try to stop by your blog!
Brandi KosinerJuly 29, 2014 at 3:52 pm
Fun to see a glimpse of authors with the most books on bloggers shelves. Armentrout and Mead would be featured for most books by single author on my shelves.
AshleyJuly 30, 2014 at 1:37 am
Holy moly, 34 books from one author… impressive! JK Rowling seems to be a popular name today :)
Ashley @ The Quiet Concert