Top Ten Tuesday – Authors I’d Love To Meet

Posted March 28, 2017 by Bonnie in Top Ten Tuesday / 8 Comments

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

This week’s topic is all about the authors I’d love to meet. This list could have gone far beyond the requisite ten, but I condensed it down to five authors that I could actually meet someday and five that I’d have to meet in the afterlife.

There’s no one I’d rather talk about zombies with.

If he’s anything like he is on Twitter, he’d be a fun guy to lunch with and bash on Trump.

There’s something about Atwood that I find endlessly fascinating.

Maas always seems like such a down-to-earth person and chatting about swoony boys in fantasy would be the best time.

Of course I’d want to discuss her fascinating stories but really we’d just end up chatting about cars.

Maybe in the afterlife?

Honestly, could you meet anyone crazier? I bet he was a riot.

A man of science that believed in séances and fairies would be all sorts of interesting to talk to.

One of the only people capable of making science fun for me. Any conversation with Crichton would have been fascinating.

Little is known about Borchardt, the lesser known sister. I’d love to hear about her how her stories came to be.

Same goes for Nabokov, I’d love to see how such twisted stories come about from seemingly normal people (The Collector).



8 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday – Authors I’d Love To Meet

  1. Wow, I can’t believe I forgot all about Joe Hill. Oh well, at least his daddy made my list. I just mentioned that the times I’ve seen Sarah J. Maas on booktube and other videos she looked like a lot of fun. I didn’t realize Alice Borchardt had passed away. I wanted to add Poe to my list but I was afraid to tempt mortality 🙂
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  2. I’ve met Margaret Atwood and she’s exactly as you’d expect: very sharp, with a dry wit. She’s great. I would loooove to meet Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant! The most pressing question I’d have for her would be about her time management process, because dang…woman can juggle a thousand things and still succeed!
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  3. Seanan McGuire seems like she would be great company to get a beer with. Like.. just get kinda drunk and talk about all the ways the world could/will end.

    I feel like I would hit Margaret Atwood up for tips on how to survive Neon Nero.

    I would love to pick Michael Crichton’s brain. I can’t believe he has been gone this long already.
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