Happy Tuesday, folks. Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the gals over at The Broke and The Bookish, and this week’s topic should be interesting… Ten Authors I Own The Most Books From. Oh, and I apologize for the shitty quality of pictures. I was in a rush.
1. Diana Gabaldon – This picture doesn’t even have ALL of my Outlander copies. I have a few more mass market editions (which I THINK brings my count of physical Gabaldon books to 31), AND all of the e-books, and a couple of the audiobooks. My Gabaldon love is strong.
2. Christopher Moore – I have 13 here. I think there might be an older Christopher Moore book that I don’t have… I can’t remember. And I think he has a graphic novel called The Griff that I haven’t gotten my hands on yet. But otherwise, I got him covered.
3. Rainbow Rowell – So, 4. But basically anything Rowell writes will eventually have a spot on my shelf.
4. John Layman / Rob Guillory – These are the 8 Chew graphic novels, except you’ll notice #4 is missing in this picture because a certain sister still has it and has not returned yet. *glares at Heather* I can’t wait until a 9th one comes out. This series is so good.
5. Jasper Fforde – 10 Fforde books! I have a few more to buy. I’m behind, but I’m almost caught up with the Thursday Next series. I miss Fforde actually, maybe I should add one to my TBR pile next month… hmmm…
6. Jane Austen – I have her individual six, but I also have the B&N leatherbound that has all of the books in it, and I have Love and Freindship somewhere too.
7. Sarah Addison Allen – Only 4, but I’m kind of waiting to buy Lost Lake because I’d prefer a paperback. Her books are fun and magical.
8. Jennifer Crusie – Crusie is my favorite contemporary romance author, although she hasn’t put out a new book in years. Her book Bet Me… sigh. My favorite romance ever.
9. Julia Quinn – Julia Quinn is my favorite historical romance author. Like Crusie, she is FUNNY. Humor in romance novel is usually pretty important to me.
1o. Michio Kaku – Only 4, but I’m definitely going to be getting the ones I don’t have. Kaku writes GREAT science/physics books. My only disappointment is that his audiobooks aren’t narrated by him. I’ve watched videos of him online so I know how his voice sounds, and when I tried to listen to the audio of Future of the Mind the narrator bugged me so much I had to stop.
What authors are crowding your shelves?