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I had to search my To-Read shelf on goodreads to find most of these... I wasn't sure if I was going to be able to think of 10. Granted, I kind of cheated by choosing a couple I have yet to start. But I saw no rules against that.
Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead - I got the first book as an eBook for 0.99, and I just am too cheap to spend full price on the rest of the series. I am waiting to find it on sale somewhere.
Rephaim series by Paula Weston - I won the first book in a Giveaway, and wasn't that impressed with it. Then I got the sequel from NetGalley. I am just not really that motivated to read it. Like if I see the books at the Library I'll check it out, but I won't be going out of my way to find and read them.
Blodlines series by Richelle Mead - Technically I haven't started this series yet either. But I plan to. Soon.
Interview with a Vampire series by Anne Rice - I read the first book (Interview with a Vampire) in middle school... (which was more years ago than I am willing to admit). And I just never picked up any of the rest of the books. I think I tried reading the sequel Vampire Lestat and I got sidetracked or bored.. I don't remember
Nancy Drew by Carolyn Keene - Is this series over? There are so many I honestly have no clue. I read a bunch of these in grade school and in middle school. But with there just being so many I kind of lost track of the ones I did read.
The Syrena Legacy by Anna Banks - I read the first two, and I still hold the opinion that they are really "meh" books. I didn't like the switching from first person to second person. The plot itself was a little dull. Basically, I don't plan on finishing this series.
Lies Beneath series by Anne Greenwood Brown - I read both the first and second books, got them both from Bookoutlet for pretty darn cheap. The third one is on there nowish for a 'me' price, but since I've recently got a few new books I am forcing myself to wait, and hopefully it'll still be there when I have the extra money.
Curse Workers series by Holly Black - Another series that I haven't technically started, but plan to soon.
Mortal Enchantment series by Stacey O'Neale - Read the first "two" (book that says its the first one is actually more like a prequel novella) the Novella was actually really interesting and had me curious to the story, the actual first book was a fucking train wreck. It was boring and the narrator was different from the novella and I hated her. She was a cliche and a Mary Sue. Her telling the story ruined the series for me.