Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I’d Love to Meet

Hi lovelies, happy Tuesday and here comes another TTT! This week’s topic is quite simple yet quite difficult because most authors I’d love to meet are dead. :/ Never mind, I have a few that are still kicking on my list, and even though I know I’ll never ever meet them (Because Serbia), I’ll still do this fun list! Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by  That Artsy Reader Girl, and every Tuesday there is a different themed post of top 10 things.


1. Edgar Allan Poe


2. Terry Pratchett


3. H.P. Lovecraft


4. J.R.R. Tolkien


5. Edward Gorey


6. Neil Gaiman


7. Stephen King


8. Margo Lanagan


9. Diana Gabaldon


10. Maggie Stiefvater


11. J.K. Rowling (I had to)


Of course, there are more writers I’d add to this list if I had any space left, and most would be women, but these eleven people have shaped my reading life and some other segments of life too, and have given me my favorite characters, novels, and reading experiences I’ll treasure forever. I’m sure I’d get some memorable moments after even a cup of tea with one of these people as they were/are not just great writers, but also amazingly interesting individuals.


Which authors would you guys love too meet? Any from my list? What would you ask them? Have a great week everyone! ❤

14 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I’d Love to Meet

  1. JK Rowling and Neil Gaiman would be amazing to meet! I have met most of my fave authors already and I feel so lucky to actually say that! One author I would love to meet would be Ava Dellaira and Lesley Walton!

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  2. I was really lucky to meet Sir Pratchett, despite the fact the book he signed for me is long gone (family sold it for funds towards drugs instead – no joke, it can’t even have got them much frustratingly – and now it’s too late) I just have to keep my eyes open in case any signed ones ever fall into my life. Great list though 🙂

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    1. Wow you were really lucky indeed to meet him, I would have given anything for that. 🙂 That’s really sad to hear about the way you lost that book, hope you find another signed one, though look out for forgeries, Neil Gaiman has warned about some for Good Omens on twitter. Thank you! 🙂


  3. SAME for all of those. Except Lanagan, Gabaldon, and Stiefvater — I either don’t know them or don’t know much about them! Lanagan’s book covers look so pretty, though.

    I’d add Karen Russell to my list. I loooooove herrrr.

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    1. Welp you should read them then! 😛 Dunno how much you’d like historical romance (Gabaldon), but Lanagan’s novels and Stiefvater’s The Raven Cycle just might be your thing. 😀 The covers may look pretty, but amazing weirdness lurks beneath. 😀

      Hmm I’ll check out Karen Russell!

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