Today rather than talk about my most read authors of all-time (mostly because that list hasn’t really changed), I thought I’d talk about the authors I read the most in 2021.
In general, I tend to just read the one book from an author during a year but every year there’s a few I’ll read more from. So for the purpose of this post, I’m just talking about the others I’ve read three or more books from.
New-to-me author. Read this year: Slippery Creatures, The Sugared Game and Subtle Blood.
New-to-me author. Read this year: Angel’s Blood, Archangel’s Kiss and Slave to Sensation.
Read before (and in fact, my most read author of all-time). Read this year: The Regatta Mystery, Sad Cypress and One Two Buckle My Shoe.
Rob J. Hayes
New-to-me author. Read this year: Never Die, Pawn’s Gambit and The Century Blade.
Read before. Read this year: Withering-by-Sea (reread), Wormwood Mire and Wakestone Hall.
Read before. Read this year: The Bone Season, The Mime Order (both rereads) and The Song Rising.
Read before. Read this year: A Rake’s Vow, Scandal’s Bride and A Rogue’s Proposal.
Read before. Read this year: Equal Rites, Mort, Sourcery and Wyrd Sisters.
Candace Robinson and Amber R. Duell
New-to-me author. Read this year: Tin, Crow, Ozma and Tik Tok.
Kelly St. Clare
New-to-me author. Read this year: Fantasy of Frost, Fantasy of Flight, Blood Oath (DNF) and Immortal Plunder.
Read before. Read this year: Othello, The Tempest (both rereads), Antony and Cleopatra and The Merchant of Venice.
Read before. Read this year: Lord of Fire, Lord of Ice, Lady of Desire, Devil Takes A Bride, One Night of Sin and His Wicked Kiss.
Read before. Read this year: Never Seduce a Scoundrel, Only a Duke Will Do, Beware A Scot’s Revenge, Let Sleeping Rogues Lie, Don’t Bargain With the Devil, Wed Him Before You Bed Him, The Truth About Lord Stoneville and A Hellion In Her Bed.
Are any of these authors on your list? Who are your most read authors of 2021?