29 July 2014

Ten Authors I Own The Most Books From

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish
This weeks topic is:

Ten Authors I Own The Most Books From
I've decided to only go with physical books & e-books for this weeks Top Ten. There are some authors that I tend to always buy on my kindle because I'm too impatient to wait for the physical copy to turn up, so I had to include them.

1. Rachel Caine - 22 books
I own every single book in Rachel Caine's Morganville series (15 books) and I own 7/9 of her Weather Wardens series

2. J. K. Rowling - 19 books
This is mainly because I own a lot of doublers of her books. I have the full set in the UK children's hardbacks; I have 1-5 & 7 in the UK children's paperbacks; 6 & 7 in UK adult hardbacks; An unusual copy of Chamber of Secrets; Quidditch Through the Ages; Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and The Tales of Beedle the Bard. But J. K. Rowling will probably end up being my most owned author ever since I intend to collect all of the different versions of the series that are in English.

3. Jodi Picoult - 17 books
I may own a lot of Jodi Picoult books, but I think I've only read about 5 or 6. I went through a phase back in 2012 when I just wanted to read Jodi Picoult - and it lasted for about a month. In that time, I picked up a hell of a lot of her books from charity shops and ever since then I haven't gone near them. I definitely need to start working my way through them.

4. Jennifer L Armentrout - 16 books
I only own one of her books in a physical copy - White Hot Kiss- but I have books 1-4 in her Lux series; the full Covenant series (5), Bitter Sweet Love & Don't Look Back on my kindle. I also have her NA books written under J. Lynn - Wait For You, Trust in Me, Be With Me & Frigid.

5. Louise Rennison - 12 books
Louise Rennison was my favourite author when I was younger and I collected the full Georgia Nicholson series. I also have books 1 & 2 in the Tallulah Casey series because they're really light hearted and hilarious. 

6. Cassandra Clare - 8 books
I own the full Mortal Instruments series and I'm only missing Clockwork Angel from Infernal Devices. I borrowed them all from my library when I read them so it's just a case of getting around to buying it when I've got some spare money.

7. Rick Riordan - 8 books
I have the full Percy Jackson and the Olympians series and books 2-4 in the Heroes of Olympus. Yet again, I borrowed that full series from my library so I'll grab my own copy when it's cheap and I have spare money. 

8. Cecelia Ahern - 8 books
Cecelia Ahern is definitely my favourite chick-lit author. Every single book of hers that I've read, I've loved. I don't think there's been one that I haven't loved. There's still a few of hers that I need to grab, but she'll always be on my shelf.

9. Scott Westerfeld - 7 books
I may own 7 of Westerfelds books, but I've only read 1. I have books 1-3 in the Uglies series, books 1 & 2 in his Leviathan series and both books in his Peeps duology.

10. Colleen Hoover - 7 books
I have the complete Slammed trilogy, the Hopeless duology & the novella and Maybe Someday all on my kindle.

Let me know in the comments who your most owned author is!

10 comments:

  1. I completely forgot about including ebooks! I wonder how that would change my totals....

    Here's my Ten Authors Who Live Happily on My Shelves!

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  2. Rachel Caine - that is one pretty collection you've got right there! Lots of great authors on this list! J. K. Rowling made mine as well.

    Nicole @ The Quiet Concert

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  3. +JMJ+

    I love it when people include totals! =D The only reason Rick Riordan didn't make my Tenner this week was that I don't like starting a series until all the books are out, and so I don't have any of the Heroes of Olympus books yet.

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  4. I still haven't read most of these but I hope to continue with Riordan and Percy soon, I loved the first two.
    I wish for more Rowling books as well, first of Gailbraith and also the new paperbacks. :)
    Happy reading!

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  5. Riordan would have made my list if I counted books on my kindle. Great list, thanks for sharing :)
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  6. Haha! Imagine that, we are twins on a lot. :)
    I know I have two full sets of the HP books but I AM going to get the new UK paperback covers when they are released this fall. They are effing magical.
    You know what's funny? I only read my first JLA book earlier this year(and now I have a major addiction) and she is top of my list. I didn't pick ALL of them up this year, but most of them. #sorrynotsorry
    I'll have to send you a physical copy of Wait For You or another one for Christmas. You need more of her physical books. Lol. And it won't add to your TBR. #bookbuyingforthewin HAHA! ;)

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  7. Great list! J K Rowling tops my list and I own the Harry Potter twice and all the other Hogwarts books. Couldn't part with my original copies after getting new copies. I really need to read Rick Riordan's work still haven't got around to reading the Percy Jackson books yet (I know shame on me!)

    Becca @ Lost in Thought
    My TTT

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  9. I have almost all of Jennifer L. Armentrout's books! And, of course, the Harry Potter Series. I have all of Cassandra Clare books, as well! But wow, you have tons of Rachel Caine books! I haven't read anything by her yet.

    Ashtyn @ Wonderland’s Reader!

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  10. Aside from Jules Verne and Agatha Christie and Terry Pratchett, since those are in the over 50 books category... I think JLA and J K Rowling would also be in my list!!

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