Top Ten Tuesday [8]: Obsessed, Much?

photo-7 Hello. It’s not often that I participate in this weekly feature. I try to look for something fun; it’s just so happen that this week’s prompt enabled me to shelve my books the way I’ve always wanted it (by author’s work), so bonus! So this week, it’s ten authors I own the most books from.


Sherrilyn Kenyon. A whopping 20 books, y’all. I don’t think I’ve ever completed the Dark Hunter Series; otherwise, there’d been more than 20.


J.R. Ward. I’m up to date with Black Dagger Brotherhood (13 books in total, including a series of novellas book). I think I’m up to date with her Fallen Angel series as well, but I can’t find the rest.


Melina Marchetta. This shouldn’t come as a surprise. I’m actually missing one (Gorgon in the Gully). I can’t find my copy as well. Boo.


Sandra Brown. Romantic Suspense is her niche. I’ve been a big fan since she was a strictly romance writer for Love Swept. But I can’t get enough of her romantic suspense novels!


Cassandra Clare. I haven’t read Clockwork Princess just because I didn’t like how the story went down. I’m in the midst of City of Heavenly Fire, and I’m dying to read The Bane Chronicles.


Sophie Kinsella. Technically, there should’ve been 11 books here. I found another one after I took this picture. I was too lazy to redo. To be honest, I’ve only managed to get through one Shopaholic book; the heroine drove me nuts afterwards. Someday, I hope to be able to read the rest of the series.


Philippa Gregory. Once upon a time, I was so into the Tudor novels. I managed to read most of her work then my interest just petered off.


Lisa McMann. I’m a huge fan of this author, so anytime she has a new book out, I’m there with bells on! Not in the picture are her MG series, The Unwanteds.


Sylvia Day. This lady has written gazillion books! I’m surprised I only have 8 of them, to be honest.


Richelle Mead. There would’ve been more of her books had I not given away the first 3 books of her Bloodlines series. I also have her Succubus series but they’re in the cabin.

Honestly, there were a few more (Rachel Caine, J L Armentrout, Jane Austen, John Grisham and Anita Shreve) but I can only do ten authors. This was fun! It’s amazing how many books I’ve managed to hoard in the last few years! Thanks to The Broke and Bookish for the prompt!

Show me yours!

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