Top Ten Tuesday: Most Read Authors!


my top ten most read authors

I’m linking up with Broke and Bookish to list my most read authors (and I’d love to hear your’s!). I’m not sure that these are my most read of all time, but most read recently!

Daphne du Maurier

Rebecca was my favorite novel in high school. Recently, I’ve delved back into more of her novels.

David Baldacci

Well, since I read then entire King and Maxwell series, Baldacci makes it to the top of the list.

georgette heyer

Heyer, who I found recently, has provided me with hours and hours of entertainment while I’ve been sick and unable to sleep.

henry james

I’m not sure why, but I have been reading a ton of Henry James recently. Most of the novels are super long, though!

jacqueline winspear

Since I’m working my way through the Maise Dobbs series, Winspear has made her way to the top of my list!

Jonathan Tropper

I only have one or two more Tropper novels left. I love his stuff!

Michael Connelly

Well, since I read all of the Lincoln Lawyer novels and most of the Harry Bosch novels, Connelly makes the top of the list!

Philippa Gregory

You may be sensing a theme… Since I read the entire Cousins War series, plus a few other Gregory novels, she has risen to the top!

Tana French

After the all 5 Dublin Murder Squad series novels (and I eagerly await more…), again French goes to the top.

Thomas Hardy

Thomas Hardy is one of my favorite novelists, oddly enough. I don’t know why.

William Faulkner

Other than Flannery O’Connor, Faulkner is one of my favorite southern Gothic novelists!

Who are your most read and go-to authors?!

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5 Comments

  • Britt Hanson | August 11, 2015 | Reply

    My most read — going back to junior high and high school are Mary Higgins Clark, Sarah Dessen, and Jodi Picoult 🙂


  • Kristen @ SYIAP | August 11, 2015 | Reply

    I still haven’t read more of Georgette Heyer, I need to get on it! I’m just afraid they won’t live up to Sophy 😉 Jane Austen is probably mine, only because I rarely read more than one or two books by the same author lol.


    • Sarah @ Back to Carolina | August 24, 2015 | Reply

      I just realized that I’m in the middle of like 6 or 7 different series. I just keep jumping around. In one way, it keeps things interesting! I got way too many Netgalley books, so all of my standalone novels are going to be Netgalley until I can clear them!


  • Christine Everyday | August 11, 2015 | Reply

    I love Georgette Heyer! Great choice.


    • Sarah @ Back to Carolina | August 24, 2015 | Reply

      I love her! I have some of her mysteries, but I need to read them, still! They’re up next!


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