This top 10 weekly meme is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish and can be found HERE. Each week they focus on lists which cover various topics related to books and reading. Today I'm sharing with you authors I'd love to meet. Since I pretty much live in the middle of nowhere though, I don't see this happening.
Everyone knows Stephen King is "King" of horror. Well, at least that's my opinion and he's probably my all-time choice for author's I'd like to meet - but I'd probably fangirl too much!
Yes, I'd like to have a cup of coffee with Lauren Graham. Technically I can include her on this list because I've read both her non-fiction and fiction works. I imagine it would be such a fun conversation.
I've communicated with Stuart through emails and he even did an interview here at The Farm. So I feel like I've sort of met him. He writes such interesting characters and I'd love to sit down and learn more about him. Plus I want to ask him how his dog's recovery is going.
I've loved everything I've ever read by Lucy and she even sent me a tweet once after Booker T left a review about a dog in one of her books. I think she is a really great lady!
Moore's books make me laugh, giggle and think. I think that's a good combination so I'd love to chat with him.
There's a catch here - I'd like for Anne Rice to give me a tour of a graveyard in New Orleans. I think she would weave a great tour and it would add to the spookiness I think of when I think of her - which is a good thing.
I've read so many of Harris' books and would love to see if she ever considers revisiting Bon Temps. Plus, I NEED to know if there will be any more Midnight, Texas books.
Along with King, Koontz is a writer I loved to devour when I was a teen. I think his older works are still some of his bests. I've also always admired the bond between him and his dogs.
Simply would just want to thank her in person for "The Others" series and express my gratitude that there is going to be a spin-off series.
Anyone who knows me knows I love the Sin du Jour series. Wallace writes such awesome fantasy books that I'd simply want to know what he is thinking. And I think there might be alcohol involved.
So there you have it. I probably could have added a few more and I really wanted to put Poe on the list and then realized that sent the wrong message about my mortality so I didn't. Maybe in the afterlife. Who made your list this week?