Top Ten Authors I Own the Most Books From

Posted July 29, 2014 by Debby in Uncategorized

This is a meme from The Broke and the Bookish. For info about the topics and how to participate, click here.

I love this topic guys, because I instantly knew how I wanted to present it. You know how sometimes when you get a creative idea, you get all giddy and stuff? THAT’S ME. Anyway, I’m focusing just on my physical copies for this topic – but to be honest, I mostly read physical copies anyway. If I do read an ebook and love it, I usually go out and buy a physical copy. So, this is still pretty representative. That’s point one. Point two is that you’ll be surprised at the low numbers per author that I own – this is because I didn’t read much as a little kid. So some people’s go to authors (like Meg Cabot) just never really happened for me. Sorry. *shrug* But now you know. Let’s get to the booooooooks 🙂


1. Rick Riordan: 14


The Lightning Thief (my review)
The Sea of Monsters (my review)
The Titan’s Curse (my review)
The Battle of the Labyrinth (my review)
The Last Olympian (my review)
The Lost Hero (my review)
The Son of Neptune (my review)
The Mark of Athena (my review)
The House of Hades (my review)
The Lightning Thief: The Graphic Novel (my review)
The Demigod Diaries


The Red Pyramid
The Throne of Fire
The Serpent’s Shadow

lemony snicket

2. Lemony Snicket: 13


The Bad Beginning
The Reptile Room
The Wide Window
The Miserable Mill
The Austere Academy
The Ersatz Elevator
The Vile Village
The Carnivorous Carnival


*Unpictured, because they’re at my parents’ house

The Slippery Slope
The Grim Grotto
The Penultimate Peril
The End

jk rowling

3. J.K. Rowling: 11


Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
The Tales of Beedle the Bard
The Casual Vacany (my review)


Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Quidditch Through the Ages


4. Jennifer L. Armentrout: 9


Obsidian (my review)
Onyx (my review)
Opal (my review)
Half-Blood (my review)


cora carmack

5. Cora Carmack: 6


Losing It (my review)
Finding It (my review)
All Lined Up


Finding It
Keeping Her
Seeking Her
kasie west

6. Kasie West: 4


Pivot Point (my review)
Split Second (my review)
The Distance Between Us (my review)
On the Fence (my review)


dan brown

7. Dan Brown: 4


Angels & Demons
The Da Vinci Code
The Lost Symbol
Inferno (my review)



8. Kody Keplinger: 4


The DUFF (my review)
Shut Out (my review)
A Midsummer’s Nightmare (my review)


The Swift Boys and Me


9. J.R.R. Tolkien: 4


The Fellowship of the Ring (my review)
The Two Towers (my review)
The Return of the King (my review)


The Hobbit (I knowww…. this year!)


10. Laini Taylor: 4


Daughter of Smoke and Bone (my review)


Days of Blood and Starlight
Dreams of Gods and Monsters
Lips Touch
So that’s… basically it. Though I did not include duplicate copies of books. Otherwise this list would also include Suzanne Collins and Jay Kristoff. Oh and bind-ups I had count as one, or I would have had to add Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Jane Austen, Douglas Adams, Charles Dickens, C.S. Lewis, and… ugh okay maybe this post isn’t the most accurate BUT LOOK: PRETTIES. kthnxbai.

Who do you own the most books from?

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6 responses to “Top Ten Authors I Own the Most Books From

  1. I actually didn’t read any Meg Cabot until I was an adult. They weren’t around much when I was a teen (I’m old!). I completely forgot to include Harry Potter and JK Rowling on my TTT this week. That’s so frustrating.

    I absolutely love Percy Jackson, but I don’t own any of those books. I’m thinking I should fix that. I really did like the Lemony Snicket books (I have read all 13!) but I also don’t own them. Gotta love the library! 🙂