Top 10 Tuesday: Authors I’ve Read the Most Books By

Hello dear readers, welcome back to another Top 10 Tuesday hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

Some of these won’t come as a surprise if you read my posts often, while others even surprised me. I will admit the lower numbers on this list are a bit sad…

Either way, I hope you enjoy!

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Mary Lu – 4 Books

Legend Series – I’ve read all four books in Lu’s Legend series and am interested in reading more of her books. I’ve heard she is a great YA author.


James Dashner – 4 Books

Maze Runner – I’ve read the first four books in the Maze Runner series. Originally they were the only books in the series, but I’ve heard rumors of there being more. Not to eager to get to the new books, but maybe one day.


Dan Brown – 5 Books

Angels & Demons, The Davinci Code, The Lost Symbol, Inferno, Origin – I’m a sucker for good conspiracy theories, and I would argue Dan Brown is a master at that field.


Brandon Sanderson – 7 Books

Mistborn, Stormlight Archive, The Reckoners – Though he is my favourite author at the moment, he is not the one I have read the most of. I just haven’t been able to get my hands on all of his works yet, but I imagine in a few years he will be bumped up the list.


J.K. Rowling – 7 Books

Harry Potter Series – Don’t really need to say much about this. She doesn’t have any books that interest me outside of the Harry Potter series so this won’t be getting any bigger any time soon.

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C.S. Lewis – 7 Books

Narnia – I imagine most book lovers have read of the Narnia series. I loved it when I was a kid. I honestly don’t know of any other books by Lewis, so I don’t know if this amount will get any bigger.


George R.R. Martin – 8 Books

Game of Thrones books (main story and world books) – I’m a big fan of high-fantasy books, and Game of Thrones is wonderfully written. Once the series finishes up I plan on increasing this count.


Cassandra Clare – 9 Books

City of Bones, The Infernal Devices – I read a lot of these books in middle school and high-school. I’m not in a rush to read any more books by Clare, but I wouldn’t be against reading more Shadowhunter stories


Robert Jordan – 9 Books

The Wheel of Time – If I can ever get back to reading my own books instead of ARCs and book tour books, I plan on bumping up The Wheel of Time numbers to 15, which is the rest of the series.


Brian Jacques – 12 Books

Redwall Series – These were the books that made me fall in love with reading, and I will forever hold a soft spot in my heart for them. There are a few more books in the series I want to get to eventually, and this may be the first ever series I re-read.


What authors have you read the most books by? Let me know in the comments.
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My 10 Most Anticipated Releases for the Second Half of 2020

Hello dear readers, welcome back to another Top 10 Tuesday. Thank you to That Artsy Reader Girl for the topic as always!

I normally don’t do these when the topic is June TBR, Summer Books to Read, etc. because I don’t read as much as other people do, so I’d have maybe one or two books on the list, which wouldn’t be fun for anyone.

BUT, I’ve been reading a lot more this year than I normally do, thanks to book blogging, so I figured a six-month time period would be enough to make a solid list about.

What books are you planning to read in the rest of 2020? Have you read any of the ones on my list? Let’s talk about it.

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Of Myth and Shadow by Matthew S. Cox – I’m about a quarter of the way through this book, which I’ve been told is 1400+ pages long. I have a blog tour coming up for this book and it’s an interesting read to say the least.

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Dread Pirate Arcanist, Coliseum Arcanist, Plague Arcanist by Shami Stovall. I loved Knightmare Arcanist, the first book in this series, and the books are a quick and fun read. I plan on getting through them pretty quickly in the rest of 2020.


Heir of Doom by Jina. S Bazzar. I enjoyed the first one in this series quite a bit, and the author approached me to read the second one. I feel bad because it keeps getting pushed back in my TBR, but I will read it soon!


Mo Dao Zu Shi by Mo Xiang Tong Xiu. This one was recommended to me by one of my blogging friends Kat @ Kbookreviews. She said I would enjoy it, and since I don’t read a lot of Eastern Fantasy, that it would be good to expand my horizons.


The Fifth Season, The Obelisk Gate, The Stone Sky by N.K. Jemisin. I read some of Jemisin in university and I loved her work. It was such an interesting take on fantasy that I wanted to read more by her. I’ve heard each of these books are fantastic to read and might leave me feeling empty inside because of the emotions.


A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas. This is another series I’ve heard a lot of good things about, so I am excited to get into it, but I don’t want to commit to the whole series quite yet because I have also hear some not-too-good things about it too. Hopefully those ones are wrong.


What books are on your TBR for the rest of the year? Let’s talk about it in the comments, and make sure to follow me on social media!
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