Hi loves! I decided, on a whim, to answer the Top 5 Tuesday prompt for today, created by Bionic Bookworm: Most read authors.

Let’s get started…

5.

Huntley Fitzpatrick | 3 books

I absolutely love Huntley Fitzpatrick’s books. They’re contemporary romances, but there’s always some deep meaning in them, so they’re not your typical cheesy YA books. I’ve been waiting for her to write something new for a while now, and I actually got an ARC for it, yaaaay. It’s called Meet Cute, and it’s an anthology of short stories by different authors ♡

4.

Sarah J. Maas | 3 ¼ books

Sarah J. Maas is probably my #1 favorite author. I am a huuuuge fan of her ACOTAR series, which I binge read this year. You can read my reviews for each book here: ACOTAR, ACOMAF, ACOWAR.

I had also previously started her Throne of Glass series, but only got about ¼ of the way through ToG, hence the ‘3 ¼’. I wasn’t in the mood for it, and it didn’t really hook me, so I put it down and still haven’t picked it back up. Since I own the whole series, I will definitely give it a try sometime, and maybe SJM will be my most read author next time haha

3.

Tahereh Mafi | 5 books

Tahereh is one of my favorite authors, hands down. I have read every book she’s published thus far, and I’m SO EXCITED for her upcoming books!!!

I read her Shatter Me series (3 books + 2 novellas), which will now have three new books – can’t wait!!! Warner is my everything ♡

I also recently read Furthermore, which is a middle grade fantasy. You can read my review for it here. There will be a companion to this book called Whichwood, which will be coming out this November!!

2.

Kiera Cass | 5 books

Kiera Cass’s books are sort of a ‘guilty pleasure’ for me. You know they’re the typical cheesy YA romances, with a dystopian feel to them, but once you pick them up, you absolutely can’t put them down. They’re super addicting!

I’ve read the main Selection trilogy, The Heir, and the first two novellas. I’ve yet to read The Crown because I want my series to match, and they still haven’t translated it to Portuguese *cries*.

1.

Jenny Nan | 7 books

Jenny Han is also one of my favorite authors (can you sense a theme here?). I’ve read her To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before trilogy, the Summer trilogy, and Shug, a sweet middle grade book.

I still have to read the Burn for Burn series that she co-wrote with Siobhan Vivian, and her short story in My True Love Gave to Me. Considering I own both, I hope I’ll pick them up soon enough.


That’s it for today’s prompt!

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