Yes, I'm sure it's no surprise to anybody that Harry Potter made the top spot. It's never failed to be massively popular, and applies to many of the daily themes in the challenge. It was posted a total number of 27 times across the month.
As for the rest of the titles, here's the next twenty:
|1st||Harry Potter Series - Rowling|
|2nd||Words in Deep Blue - Crowley|
|3rd||Laurinda - Pung|
|4th||Illuminae - Kaufman / Kristoff|
|5th||The Sidekicks - Kostakis|
|Summer Skin - Eagar|
|The Interrogation of Ashala Wolf - Kwaymullina|
|7th||Starbound Trilogy - Kaufman / Spooner|
|Begin, End, Begin. A #Love OZYA Anthology|
|Clancy of the Undertow - Currie|
|Frankie - Plozza|
|I'll Give You the Sun - Nelson|
|When Michael met Mina - Abdel-Fattah|
|Looking for Alibrandi - Marchetta|
|On the Jellicoe Rd - Marchetta|
|The Flywheel - Gough|
|The Hunger Games - Collins|
|Tomorrow when the war began series - Marsden|
|Wildlife - Wood|
|Zeroes - Westerfeld, Lanagan, Biancotti|
Now there's a great reading list right there! Best of all, other than Harry Potter and The Hunger Games, they're all Australian YA literature. To see the full table of raw data (and see how the other books fared) see the table here.
However, I was also curious to see which author was featured most prominently over the month. After the painstaking task of re-counting everything by author, there was one author who stood out from the rest... Melina Marchetta - whose books were featured a total of 42 times! The other top authors were:
I've also prepared an extensive (but not comprehensive!) list of the top authors here.
So, any big surprises here? Anybody that you think was tragically missed? I'll definitely be using this list to top up my to-read list for the next time I visit the library / book store...