Follow Friday


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We are participating in the Follow Friday featured hosted by Parajunkee's View.
Please leave comment, link your blog, and follow, and we will follow back!


This week's question is: 
"Name 3 authors that you would love to sit down and spend an hour or a meal with just talking about either their books or get advice on writing from?"

Carla: Well, if it was still possible I would love to be able to meet Agatha Christie. She was a wonderful writer and I'm sure her opinions would be very interesting.
I think Jane Austen would be a very interesting person to meet and talk too as well. I imagine she would have good and intriguing advice to give.
I like Nora Roberts and Jill Shalvis a lot as well, so it would be great meeting them.

Ania: I would love to have tea with Jane Austen, I bet she'd give great advice on writing about the opposite sex. I'd sit down an hour or more with Oscar Wilde, because of his incredible wit, and Susan Elizabeth Phillips to ask all about her entertaining characters.

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9 comments:

Gee said...

Hi there! Thanks for stopping by at my blog earlier. I followed back ^_^

Nice pick of authors, I too would love to chat with them as well!

Marla said...

Jane Austen fans! Her books are the best I've ever read. I try to read Pride & Prejudice at least once a year. Great lists. :)

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0294b912-9bac-11e0-88a2-000bcdcb2996 said...

Yay! More Jane Austen fans!!

Thanks for stopping by! This is Tara @ Shhh... Not While I'm Reading. Google hates me and won't sign me in to leave comments.

Pedantic Phooka said...

Hi there, hopping through and following you.
Have a great weekend!

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joder said...

JA has been on a number of lists and is an awesome choice. I'm your newest follower and would love for you to visit me when you get a chance.

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The Book Diva said...

Jane Austen is a good one! I like The Austen Series by Debra White Smith, she write the JA stories in contemporary situations.

Daniel A Kaine said...

Hi, and Happy Belated FF from a new follower. Interesting choices. I think this is the first time I've seen Oscar Wilde mentioned.

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Cassandra said...

Hello there! Like your blog.
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Fairday Morrow said...

Interesting choices. Jane Austen would be fun. I would have to pick JK Rowling and Neil Gaiman, too.

~Jess
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