Jodi Picoult | 22 books
I've read all her books! Except Off the Page, the sequel to Between the Lines, both of which were co-written with her daughter. Favorite Picoult novel: The Pact.
Clive Cussler | 18 books
I used to read my dad's copies when I was younger. I've probably read more than 18, but these were the only ones I remembered enough to add to my Goodreads. Favorite Cussler novel: Atlantis Found.
Nicholas Sparks | 9 books
That's funny, because I don't even particularly like Nicholas Sparks! (My average rating for his books is only a 2.2.) But I did really enjoy Message in a Bottle.
J.K. Rowling | 8 books
I've read the Harry Potter series and A Casual Vacancy, and I hope to read her Robert Galbraith novels soon. Favorite Rowling novel: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
Lauren Oliver | 6 books
I've read all her adult and YA books except Before I Fall, which is her debut, so I really need to get on that! Favorite Oliver novel: Delirium.
Meg Cabot & George R.R. Martin | 5 books each
John Green, Chris Bohjalian & Rainbow Rowell | 4 books each
I've actually read four books each from 10 different authors, but these were the three authors who had not written a series, so they will round out my top 10. Favorite Green novel: The Fault in Our Stars. Favorite Bohjalian novel: Skeletons at the Feast. Favorite Rowell novel: Eleanor & Park.
Who are your favorite and/or most-read authors? Just to clarify, Jodi Picoult is also my favorite author.
Linking up with The Broke and the Bookish for Top 10 Tuesday.