Authors I Really Want to Meet
Based on the Broke and the Bookish Weekly meme for May 12, here are my favourite books by authors I would love to meet: living and deceased!
Loved this book as a young girl and it definitely started my obsession with King Arthur and Arthurian Legend.
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My favourite Shakespearean drama. I love the cynical Hamlet and it is one of my favourite plays to see live!
2 / 13
I've never read a Tolkien novel because the sheer size of them terrifies me, but I love his world building and hope to one day read them all.
3 / 13
One of the most influential female writers of all time, Austen wrote many great, timeless romances.
4 / 13
I enjoyed this book a lot more than I ever expected; especially as I had to read it for school!
5 / 13
I've never read the actual book but I have seen the play and various movie adaptions. Love the story!
6 / 13
Arthur Conan Doyle
Arguably the greatest detective of all time, Sherlock's influence on popular culture hasn't diminished in a hundred years.
7 / 13
While I love Armentrout's YA novels, she really impressed me with her New Adult romances. I can't wait to finish the rest of this series!
8 / 13
I didn't think I would love a series more than The Mortal Instruments but you can't be a great steampunk prequel when it comes to Clare's work!
9 / 13
Love the blending of faeries and Shakespeare. One of my all time favourite series!
10 / 13
I've read and reread this book so many times it's not even funny! I think it's what got me interested in romance novels, especially historical romance!
11 / 13
I appreciate Roth's willingness to put her characters through anything and take risks. Not very many authors do and I can't wait to see what she has in store.
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My favourite Shakespearean comedy! I love the mixing of faeries and hi-jinks and nothing beats seeing this play live!
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