Lemony Snicket aka Daniel Handler (13 books)
Thirteen books is fairly easy when that’s one entire series and also one of my favorite childhood series.
Sara Shepard (9 books)
I got into Sara Shepard’s Pretty Little Liar series thanks to the popular TV show of the same name. They started out as little fluff reads for me to consume in-between other reads just to switch things up. I ended up really liking the differences between the book series and the TV series and I’m still a few books short of finishing.
John Jackson Miller (7 enovellas)
Miller wrote my favorite pre-prettymucheverything Star Wars novellas. They are great insight to the EU world of Star Wars in regards to Sith culture. #andmynerdisshowing
JK Rowling (7 books)
I’ve only read everything Harry Potter, but I’ve read these books more times than I can even count. I do, however, own her latest novels as herself and as Robert Galbraith, but haven’t had a chance to read them yet.
Sarah dessen (11 books)
My love of Sarah Dessen runs unbelievably deep and I SWEAR I’m going to actually read Saint Anything any day now. I SWEAR.
Cassandra Clare (5 books)
Again, I swear I’ll eventually read the latest Mortal Instrument book, but I may have to reread the entire series just to remind myself of all the drama. It’s just been about 3 years since I read the last book.
Stephanie Meyer (6 books)
I’m not very proud of this one…
Sarah J. Maas (4 books)
I just couldn’t resist a moment to mention the Throne of Glass series. It’s ALMOST September!!!
Steig Larsson (3 books)
I loved Steig Larsson’s books. They were incredibly well written. I’m pleasantly please to hear that his series will live on thanks to journalist David Lagercrantz in a new book that releases later this month.
Stephen King (5 books)
My father was the biggest King fan I’ve ever known and he used to tell me that I wasn’t old enough to truly enjoy his books when I was younger. I used to sneak reading them from his collection under my bed sheets when I was suppose to be sleeping, nightmares be damned. Now that my dad has passed, I plan on reading every single Stephen King book in his honor. It’s going to be a trek.