Ten authors that take up the most space on my bookshelf

This is my first time linking up with The Broke And The Bookish blog. The topic for this week is "top ten authors we own the most books of"  Love your ideas, and will continue to link up on Tuesdays. I have some 400+ books, so the authors tend to repeat, once I find someone I really like, I buy and buy more.  #11 books by Nicholas Sparks And why shouldn't I? When you're in the mood for some clean Romance you need Sparks to lift your mood. Here is what I got so far reviewed. Rescue The Notebook Lucky One The Wedding #10 books by Michael Crichton First book I read was Timeline and loved it, how can you go wrong with time travel. Since then I read Jurassic Park and have much more to go. Most of these are my boyfriends but I will get to them eventually too.  #9 books from Stephen King Still haven't read all of them, but slowly getting there. Favorite is of course The Shining and Bag of Bones. #9 books by Diana Gabaldon 8 of these are from the series Outlander. And I got to say the first 3.5 books I loved. The rest, meehh. Here is my latest review for A Breath of Snow and Ashes and An Echo in the Bone. #8 books by Jodi Picoult Love her books, especially The Pact. She tackles the best subjects. #7 Paullina Simons books Oh how I love The Bronze Horseman, Tatiana and Alexander and The Summer Garden (I will do a review of these eventually). And who can go wrong with Tully, Children of Liberty and Bellagrand. Love all her books. #7 by Emily Giffin She is without a doubt one of my favorite authors —come to think I don't think I have a favorite author, yet— she writes stories that seem to be right out of my life i.e. Something Borrowed. The latest one I read was Heart of The Matter #7 by C.S Lewis I bought a set of Narnia and still haven't read them, but hope to do it soon, they are really small books. #6 By Jane Austen  I love Jane Austen, she seems like such a nice and innocent girl. Her books are very sweet, romantic and entertaining. Loved Pride and Prejudice. It's nice to read classics that are for younger audiences, that don't involve vampires and zombies.  Other books by Austen I have reviewed are Sense and Sensibility and Mansfield Park.