This week’s TTT is all about the authors you’ve read the most books from. In the interest of not making my list too long, I’m only doing unrequired reading (otherwise, my whole list would be Virginia Woolf, Shakespeare, Alice Munro, George Orwell, Charles Dickens, etc – and even though I love those guys, this is a primarily a YA blog!).
3. Madeleine L’Engle – 12 books: all-time fave. Shorter juveniles, but wow, does L’Engle’s work pack in the great.
4. Ally Carter – 10 books + a novella: I sometimes forget the breadth of Ally’s oeuvre. She is a powerhouse.
6. Maureen Johnson – 8 books + a short story: Maureen was my gateway into YA and I still love her contemporaries.
7. L.M. Montgomery – 8 books: I haven’t read all the Annes (not Rainbow Valley) but I have read Emily of New Moon! I should really try reading The Story Girl
8. Cynthia Voigt – 8 books: Again, I haven’t read them all, but she is one of those people who really wrote the best middle-grade stuff.
9. J.K. Rowling – 7 books: I actually haven’t read any of her little books, but I knew she was going to be on the list for the sheer word count alone.
10. Megan McCafferty – 7 books: JESSICA DARLING. The epicness of seven JD books keeps Megan on this list & I’m so glad!
Which authors have you read the most books from? Were you surprised by the result? My biggest shocker was that Gayle Forman didn’t sneak on here – but I need to read her adult work first! Anyway, let me know in the comments whether any of yours matched mine!