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Most Read Authors

Hello readers! Today’s post is counting down my top 5 most read authors. In my early 20s and teens, I would just read the same author over and over again and never try new ones. Recently, I’ve been trying to have a better balance of new authors and old favorites.

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5. Jeff Kinney – 18 books

I have read all of Kinney’s Rowley and Diary of a Wimpy Kid books except the 16th Diary of a Wimpy Kid. I’m gonna read anything he writes to be honest. I love Kinney’s books and I’ll most likely never stop.

4. Lemony Snicket/Daniel Handler – 21 books

This is a weird author for me. I do love The Series of Unfortunate Events. However, I find it hard to love any of his other books. I like the prequel series about Snicket as a kid, but there are so many plot holes and unanswered questions! 2 of the books were under the Handler name, and I didn’t really like those either. I think I’m done with this author for now.

3. P.C. Cast – 22 books

I discovered this author in high school and she was one of my favorite authors for a long time. Some of her works are problematic, which I don’t love, but her books will always hold a special place in my heart.

2. Stephen King/Richard Bachman – 28 books

King is the author that made me a reader. I used to hate reading, but I loved horror movies. I discovered his movies in middle school and eventually started picking his books up. My first book by him was Lisey’s Story, which is a pretty underrated title of his. I own so many books by him and I’ll eventually read them all.

1. Tite (pronounced Tite-oh) Kubo – 37 books

This one has not changed and will probably never change. I’ve read 37 books in the Bleach series. It is much longer than that, but eventually, I will read the rest. Manga series are so daunting when you don’t have access to the series without buying it. The series are just so big and expensive.

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