Authors I Would Dearly Love To Meet!

“What really knocks me out is a book that, when you’re all done reading it, you wish the author that wrote it was a terrific friend of yours and you could call him up on the phone whenever you felt like it. That doesn’t happen much, though.”
 J.D. Salinger, The Catcher in the Rye

This Tuesday’s topic is about authors! The creators of magic, the holder of keys to other worlds, and most importantly– fellow bookworms who just happen to have stories in them that they want to share through writing.

If you want another description of them:

Here are the authors I want to ask bazillion questions to, shake hands with, stare at them a little too long, shake their hands again, maybe cry a little and then proceed to faint.

J.K. Rowling

I’d apparate to her (if only I can), and ask her if my letter got lost on its way.

Sarah J. Maas

My current queen. ‘Mad for Maas’ is an apt description when it comes to her books.

Marie Lu

I feel like she’s a colorful person and I mean it in a good way. I mean Warcross is, so she must be too? Not to mention she’s so beautiful.

Leigh Bardugo

I’ve only read Six of Crows Duology but it won’t stop me from meeting her: the mother of the heart-brekker.

Cassandra Clare

All hail the mother of Shadowhunters. I’d love to ask where to look for my very own Herondale and if I should get a Mnemosyne tattoo. Or where to look for even just a bit of Magnus Bane’s awesomeness, but I think she’d say I already have it.

Stephenie Meyer

Thank you for the vampire sparkles. I love Alice! The Host was such a surprise too.

Rick Riordan

Mythology has never been more fun! I wanted to meet the author who wrote about Seaweed Brain and ask if I could be adopted by Poseidon. I’d take being a harpy too if it’s Ella and her flawless memory.

Dan Brown

I just want to shake his hands. That’s all. Maybe get an autograph too while whisper-asking: are all the stories true?

That’s it for this Tuesday Party! What’s on your list? Feel free to share them in the comments below.

Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme by Shanah at the Bionic Book Worm. If you are interested in participating just head over to her site and welcome to Tuesday parties!

Happy reading everyone!

17 thoughts on “Authors I Would Dearly Love To Meet!

  1. We have so many fav authors in common! The one that caught me off guard, though, must have been Dan Brown- I didn’t know you were a fan of his books! The first book from him I’ve read is probably Deception Point, and I’ve been hooked since… I agree on sooo many of your points here though hahaha 💛
    Great post!

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    1. Mine was the controversial The Da Vinci Code! Though I didn’t know it was controversial at that time. It was a recommended read by dear old dad lol.
      I think I’ve read all his books except for his latest one in the Robert Langdon series, Origin. 🙂

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      1. Ohh, cool! I haven’t read like three of his books, but what I’ve read I totally loved 💛💛
        I don’t really understand why there is this huge controversy around him… It’s almost as if it’s mainstream to have something against him and I just 😦 don’t get it 😦

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        1. It’s about the catholic church and something about religion and secret societies.. But even though his works are labeled as fictions, he said in his books that the organizations were real.. or something along those lines. But I’m not sure if that’s the main cause. Only what I heard. Never really cared much about it, and I just enjoyed the chase and mystery in his books 🙂

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          1. Yeah I know that but what I meant is I see people majorly hating on his writing and saying his books and plot twists suck which? doesn’t make sense sometimes. I just feel like it’s becoming a trend to hate him, y’know? Even when people haven’t read his books, which doesn’t give them right to criticize the actual content…

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  2. This list is life goals lol! Maas, Rowling, and Lu would be so great! Also Dan Brown could be interesting. I admit that I’ve learned nothing about him as a person so that meeting could be informative and fun…. or very disappointing lol
    Thanks for participating – added you to the list 🙂

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  3. I met Marie Lu and Leigh Bardugo. I actually met both at S. Jae-Jones’ book release event with Roshani Chokshi. Then I met Marie again at the Warcross signing. It’s so fascinating to listen to her talk about her work.

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