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10 Authors I’ve Read More than Five Books By

People are doing “Ten authors I have read more than five books by,” so I thought I would join in. These are the writers I have read the most in terms of number of books:

My list includes

  1. Enid Blyton 2. Sidney Sheldon 3. Dan Brown 4. Jeffrey Archer 5. Ken Follet 6. J.K.Rowling 7. P.G.Wodehouse 8. Michael Crichton 9. Agatha Christie 10. Gerald Durrell

My dad’s list includes

  1. Agatha Christie 2. Erle Stanley Gardner 3. Arthur Conan Doyle 4. Kalki 5. P.G.Wodehouse 6. Chandilyan 7. Tamilvaanan 8. Khushwant Singh 9. Alistair McLean 10. William Shakespeare

My Mom’s list includes

  1. Philippa Gregory 2. Nora Roberts 3. Agatha Christie 4. Charles Dickens 5. Thomas Hardy 6. Sidney Sheldon 7. Barbara Taylor Bradford 8. Victoria Holt 9. Barbara Cartland 10. Janet Dailey

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What does your list include? Do let me know via the comments section.

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I’m Aishwariya. I’m passionate about writing, reading, marketing communications, books, blogging, poetry and editing. I’ve donned several hats, such as freelance journalist, copywriter, blogger and editor.

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