Just for Lindsay, who wanted me to post my favourite books by my favourite authors (Thanks muchly, Lindsay. It was super fun trying to decide!)

30. Jill Murphy- The Worst Witch
29. JD Salinger- The Catcher in the Rye
28. Harper Lee- TKAMB
27. Helen Fielding – Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason
26. Margo Lanagan – Black Juice
25. John Green – Paper Towns
24. Sonya Hartnett – Butterfly
23. James Moloney – A Bridge to Wiseman’s Cove
22. Penni Russon – Little Bird
21. Kate Thompson – The New Policeman
20. William Corlett – The Steps Up the Chimney
19. Agatha Christie – Ten Little Indians
18. Nick Hornby – High Fidelity
17. Nick Earls – After January
16. Joanna Trollope – The Rector’s Wife
15. Thomas Hardy – The Mayor of Casterbridge
14. Cathy Cassidy – Ginger Snaps
13. Sarah Dessen – Along for the Ride
12. Anne Rice – The Vampire Lestat
11. Ally Carter – Gallagher Girls (all)
10. Barry Lyga – The Astonishing Adventures of Fanboy and Gothgirl
9. Maureen McCarthy – Queen Kat, Carmel and St Jude Get a Life
8. Melina Marchetta – Saving Francesca
7. Margaret Clark – Hold My Hand or Else
6. Scott Westerfeld – Pretties/Uglies/Specials
5. Lewis Carroll – Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There
4. Terry Pratchett – The Colour of Magic
3. Tamora Pierce – Wild Magic
2. Mem Fox – Where is the Green Sheep?
1. Ann M Martin – Oh, everything. Apart from BSC, I loved PS, Longer Letter Later with Paula Danzinger, and I have “borrowed” the title of this for the series I am just beginning!

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  1. I loved Ann M Martin, mostly for the BSC but I read all her other stuff too when I was younger. Just recently bought the prequel to the BSC series, even though I’m nearly 30.


  2. Really good list!I think you can tell a lot about a person from what books they read.And I loved BSC too!Were you ever into Sweet Valley? I graduated from BSC to them!


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