Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Ten Authors I REALLY Want To Meet



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 Ten Authors I REALLY Want To Meet
 J.K. Rowling! You never saw that one coming! ;) So, I've love her writing and have for years. She is one of the main reasons I feel in love with writing. It's simple but amazing. Her writing style brings her stories so alive in my mind its just... aaa, I can go on and on about how wonderful I find her writing but I won't there are more writers to see on my list! 






Sarah Dessen she could easily be my favorite teen girl YA writer! Because each of her stories are different yet her writing stays similar. Each one comes with different lessons, lead characters and plot that I can't help but fall in love with each book I read of hers.







Meg Cabot! Other then the Harry Potter series The Princess Diaries was the series I finished. And one of the first teen girl books I feel in love with. Meg Cabot books are different from one to the next. Her books are enjoyable yet faces teen problem that show in different plots and character ways.


Marissa Meyer is quite a new writer but I love, love her! Her books are just so, so more then amazing. I've enjoy every book I've read so far in The Lunar Chronicles her writing styles is breathtaking. There's so many characters each brings there personality to the plot of each book!


Judy Blume! I've read different kind of books by Judy Blume from teen to kids, she it one of those authors who can write for kids, per-teens and teens and still carry great characters, life lessons while still being about to bring out the smile in the readers.


Rainbow Rowell! Even though I've only read to of her book. I feel in love with the way she can bring characters to life. Fangirl was my favorite book I read last year. There is just something about that story that I just love to much. I can't wait to read more of her books.


 John Green is my go to for bitter sweet stories. The Fault in Our Stars and Looking for Alaska were two that I read last year that made me cry. I just love his writing and the way he brings feeling out and make you feel what the characters are feeling. There's just something about his writing, characters, plots, quotes, and lessons that I love.


Stephenie Meyer.... So, I must say I wasn't a huge fan of the last book in the Twilight series but I love book one, liked book two and three was good. But I've also read part of Host and enjoy that. Her writing is simple but in a way that draws you. That's what I felt about Twilight (book one) I read it in just a few days during a summer I was traveling. Host is on my summer reading list and hope to read it.


Kiera Cass.... So, I've just finished one of her books in the last week and feel in love with her writing style and the world of . The ups and downs in The Selection; how the characters too! I would love to meet and ask her a few questions.   


Marie Lu I've read a few of her books. Her writing style and the different worlds she's came up and characters are ones that are hard not to fall in love with. I can't wait to read more of her books and see where the plots go!


1 comment:

  1. So great to see JK Rowling on so many lists today!
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2015/05/12/top-ten-tuesday-4/

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