Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Top Ten Tuesday - Authors at Thanksgiving Dinner



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This week we're celebrating Turkey Day, Bookish style with our top ten authors we would want to be at our table on Thanksgiving.

1.  Stephanie Meyer - Do I really have to explain this one?  Twilight is the book that started my 'obsession' with YA literature!

2.  Lauren DeStefano - I LOVED Wither.  It is one of my favorite books I have read.

3.  Suzanne Collins - The amazing Hunger Games trilogy is what got me into dystopian.  Now, I'm a bit obsessed.  I would love to talk to Suzanne about where the idea for these books came from.   

4.  Ally Condy - Again, another dystopian author that I really enjoy.  

5.  Lauren Oliver - Yes, another dystopian author.  I would love to get all of these dystopian authors together and see how they call came up with their stories and compare their dystopian worlds!

6.  Mark Hadden - Author of one of my favorite books, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.  An amazing book that I would love to hear more about.  

7.  Augusten Burroughs - Burroughs is one of the authors that really got me into reading.  I loved Running with Scissors.  He might make the meal a bit interesting with his stories.

8.  Jay Asher - Another inspirational author that I would love to meet.  13 Reasons Why is a great book and I think Asher would be a nice edition to the dinner!

9.  Charlaine Harris - Um, I love True Blood.  I have read all of the books in this series and though I get annoyed with Harris retelling details all the time, I did enjoy the books.

10.  Maggie Stiefvater - Love her writing style!  I would love to hear more about her writing!


Who would you have at your dinner table on Thanksgiving day?


8 comments:

  1. I've got Suzanne Collins on my list, too! It would be awesome to pick her brain. Stephenie Meyer is a great choice, her books got me back into reading :0)

    My Top Ten

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  2. Sounds like a fun Thanksgiving dinner! I don't know who I'd invite. There's so many of them lol!

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  3. We have a few in common. I wold love to meet #5 and #9 as well!

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  4. Meyer, Collins, and Stiefvater made my list too. It would be really cool to actually have this come to fruition. Too bad it's only a dream, lol.

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  5. @Sarah (The Book Life) I agree about Collins. Meyer is who got me back into it as well!

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  6. @Liza They would help make the dinner table interesting!

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