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It’s another Tuesday which means time for a top ten list 😉 I really love today’s topic! It is “Top Ten Authors I’ve Read The Most Books From.” However I’m going to cheat just a smidge! Instead of listing the authors I’ve read the most from of all time, I’m going to list the ones I’ve read the most from since I started blogging a year and half ago. Why you ask? Well let me tell you, if I listed the authors I’ve read the most from ever it would consist of authors I read as a kid. Remember how I have this thing about completion, yeah it was born in childhood. Plus I’m a creature of habit. I find an author I like and I read everything they’ve written. ANYWAYS back to today’s topic 😉 Authors link to author page on the blog and I’ve placed in parentheses how many books I’ve read!
Top Ten Authors I’ve Read the Most
David Estes (5) – I am in love with the Dwellers and Country series! So much so that I’ve purchased his two newest series Slip and Salem’s Revenge. If you like a good dystopian, clean young adult, or just some really good writing, check him out!
Rebecca Ethington (12) – One of my new favorite authors and an Amazon recommendation that they got right 😉 I started reading this author’s Through Glass series BEFORE it became a serial series (which I never thought I would enjoy but LOVE). Through Glass is a mix of dystopian and horror which is completely different from her other series Imdalind which is a fantasy/urban fantasy/paranormal romance. I love this author and will be reading anything she puts out! Plus bonus points to her for keeping her writing squeaky clean for young adult.
Janeal Falor (4) – The first book of this author’s that I read was You are Mine which is a fantasy romance that falls somewhere in the older young adult/new adult (clean) category. I was taken aback and a bit shocked by the world she created and I fell in love instantly. I read all there was of the series and then picked up her other book Savage Light which was amazing!
Sarah Fine (6) – Another Amazon recommendation that was right!! Guards of the Shadowland I actually started reading about a year before I started blogging and devoured the series as the new books came out. It was such an interesting urban fantasy that I just couldn’t sit down!!! Then I was sent her new adult series Servants of Fate through Netgalley and I fell in love again! I really need to read her other work…..*adds to my to-do list*
Sarah J Maas (5) – Why oh why did I wait so long to read this author?!?! I’m in love 😀 There’s just no other explanation. I LOVE Throne of Glass and have you guys read A Court of Thorns and Roses…..amazing!!!!
A.S. Oren (19) – I’ve never been one to care for serial series, but this author changed my mind with her Spearwood Academy serial about a girl who turns into a dragon and how she is destined to break a curse on her race. It’s so much fun, it’s intense AND I just loved it! Now the author is working on a follow up trilogy to the serial series and she’s released a new serial series called Gildemer. LOVING it!!!! It has two episodes released a month and the wait between each is so worth it! It’s like reading your favorite TV show 😀
Hanna Peach (7) – I happened across this author’s Dark Angel series on a Goodreads group read for review page and I am so thankful that I did! I love her writing style and she can write anything!!! I’ve read both her urban fantasy series and a new adult romantic suspense that I loved 😀 And y’all know me by n0w….I don’t do erotica….but I liked hers 😉
Laura Thalassa (6) – A friend of mine introduced me to this author’s Unearthly series telling me I had to read it. So I did! And she was right! I adore this series and the author. She’s snarky so her characters are snarky and I LOVE IT!!!!
Tracey Ward (5) – I never would’ve thought I would enjoy a story about zombies, but this author changed my mind. Her take on zombies is awesome! She made them scary, but not scary. There’s gore (yes it is a zombie book and we all know what zombies do) but not so much that it takes away from the storyline. And her characters….I’m in love!
Jen Wylie (5) – This author was my first ever review request through the blog so she will always hold a special place in my heart. But aside from that she’s an amazing storyteller. The Broken Ones series is amazing! It’s clean (which always gets bonus points in my book when something is written for young adults), has sweet romance, and is an epic fantasy adventure. I can’t wait to read more from her
Your turn! What authors have you read the most from?