Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Sorry for the radio silence recently - I had a family holiday, then went straight on to two weeks of work experience at Penguin Random House in London! That was an amazing time, but the wifi in my hostel wasn't the greatest, to say the least. I'm thinking about blogging about the work experience time, so let me know if that's something you'd be interested in hearing about.
On to Top Ten Tuesday - I love this weeks topic! I think it's really interesting. A couple of authors popped into my head straight away but then I started remembering different (finished or ongoing) series I've read, which threw off my initial thoughts. For the purpose of the list, I'm leaving out short stories.
I've put these roughly in order of number of books, counting down to the author I've read most.
10) Tamora Pierce - Yes, these are quite short, but I've read two of her series now - 8 books total.
9) J. K. Rowling - Apart from Harry Potter, I've read The Silkworm, so that's 8 books.
8) Ilona Andrews - I've read all except the most recent of her Kate Daniels books - 8 books again.
7) Richelle Mead - I've read several of hers from different series - 10 books in total.
6) Seanan McGuire - Despite feeling like I talk about her too much on this blog, I've 'only' read 11.
5) Katherine Kerr - She's started a new urban fantasy series (I've read the first one) but she's also got an epic fantasy sage, told over several quartets. I've read 13 of her books.
4) Kim Harrison - Every single one of her Rachel Morgan books. That's 13.
3) Keri Arthur - I've read a lot of these too, and still have a few Riley Jensen books to go. I've read 15 of her books in total I think.
2) Brian Jacques - In a throwback to childhood, I read a lot of Redwall books, plus some of his other work. I looked them up online and surprised myself - 17 books!
1) Nalini Singh - I've read all the Psy/Changeling books and several of the Angel series. 19 books overall.
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke And The Bookish - check out their page & the link up.
Let me know if you've read any of these and what you thought of them! And if you leave a link to your own, I'll pop over and have a read.