I would have to say that she wrote more than I thought. She just wrote so much that it was impossible to know just how many. I have to stop myself from thinking she is just a writer and think about the fact she wrote so much.
I have read every single one of her books and I’m still not sure how many.
I know she wrote a lot of fiction, but I have to add some more. I think she is one of the most prolific writers out there, but I would like to think that, along with writing fiction, she also wrote more than one hundred novels. I have been trying to put all those books together in one neat little list, but I don’t know if I can.
I started a list of her books that I wanted to add to my list. I knew that I should add her books that I saw her reading at conventions or on her blog. But I realized that this list would be a bit long and boring if I just listed the books she wrote. I started looking into a few websites where I could read her books, and I found several. I even started a blog because I realized I was missing some great books.
I can’t remember all the titles I have on my list of her books (not even close) but I am pretty sure that I have “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” “Sleeping Beauty,” “The Haunting of Hill House,” “The Lost Daughter,” “The Tale of the Three Cities,” and “Three Sisters.
None of her books are listed on the Internet Archive. I can’t remember the last time I read a book I hadn’t seen posted on a website somewhere. Although I’m not saying that you have to read her entire catalog to enjoy them. Just keep in mind that I’m not talking about the books at all, just the ones I can remember.
I think its fair to say that all of the books I listed above are probably better at telling a story or being more entertaining than many other books. As far as the rest of them being better, well they all have their place. The only thing I feel like I’ve seen on a website recently is a book called How Much I Love You, which is probably a movie. The other books mentioned above are definitely ones that are in my top 10 favorite reads of all time.
The most prolific writer of all time is probably Alice Munro, who wrote about 120 books over the course of her life and is, by her own admission, “a little bit of everything.
It’s still not quite a sure thing, but Munro has been writing for about 70 years. Not a bad record.
It is a little surprising that the only author to ever be described, in their own words, as a “writer,” to the world, was Alice Munro, but since that was the only one ever given that honor, it is not surprising at all. The reason for this is that Munro wrote the majority of her writing in her teens and twenties, and they were mostly stories she “wrote” or wrote in between writing the actual stories.