Top Ten Tuesday


Smaller Top Ten

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish once a week, and this week’s list is a freebie so you can pick your topic, and, as I missed last weeks Top Ten Tuesday, I thought I would do that today. So here’s my list of ten authors I really want to meet (some are dead but if I would’ve loved to of have met them):

Number one: J. K. Rowling

I think this one is very obvious and doesn’t need explaining.

Number two: John Green

Ladies and gentleman, the award winning author John Green!

He is such an inspiring and awesome person – who happens to write great books – so why wouldn’t I want to meet him?

Number three: Christopher Paolini

If I met him I would pick his brain so I could see just how the hell he created such an amazing, intricate, and ridiculously detailed world. I mean he even created new languages for pizza’s sake! How?!

Number four: Samantha Shannon

I have recently read the first two books in The Bone Season series, and now I absolutely love them and want to meet her. She has created such an interesting world!

Number five: Carrie Hope Fletcher

Admittedly the reason I want to meet her is purely for fangirl purposes as I am such a massive fan of hers, but she also happens to have a book out so that’s my excuse for adding her to this list.

Number six: Sarah J. Maas

I recently read Throne of Glass and am currently reading A Court of Thorns and Roses, and I just love her kick-ass female characters. I will be hopefully meeting her on Friday at MCM London Expo so I had to add her in. Also is it me or does she look like Jennifer Lawrence

Number seven: Charlotte Bronte (the start of the list of dead authors)

She wrote one of my favourite books of all time so why wouldn’t I want to meet her?

Number eight: Douglas Adams

He is the author of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, which is a ridiculously hilarious book, so I would have loved to have met him just to see if his humour continued off the page.

Number nine: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

My main reason for wanting to meet him is because in the end he really didn’t like Sherlock Holmes, so I would have loved to have met him just to see what his opinions are on his creation. I wonder what his reaction would be if he saw how many adaptations there are of Sherlock Holmes now?

Number ten: Stieg Larsson

I love his books, and as there is a new book coming out in the Millennium series which is written by a different author, I would have loved to have found out what he thinks of this.

Who’s an author you would love to meet? Have you got a Top Ten Tuesday post of your own? If so just leave the link to your post in the comments so I can check it out.

Happy Tuesday!

17 thoughts on “TOP TEN TUESDAY: Authors I REALLY Want To Meet

  1. Last week, I picked Christopher Paolini as one of the authors I’d like to meet. He was so young when he wrote his first book and he created such an amazing world… I’d have lots of questions for him.

    Happy readings! 🙂

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    1. When I found out he was 15 when he wrote the first book I couldn’t get over it. I still can’t. I still don’t know how that is possible!


      1. She was awesome and hilarious! I’m actually going to write a post just about the panel and the signing because I need some way to rant about what happened.


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