July is here! Please help make our book of the month program awesome! Won't it be amazing to have a hundred users on this website reading the same book at around the same time and then discussing it right here on this website?!.
If I had a chance to meet him, I would like to have a beer or cocktail with Stephen King because I think his stories would become even more interesting than his books if he were more relaxed and enjoying himself, socializing.
I would love to have a beer with Mary Janice Davidson. She writes the Undead books about the Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor. But I think I would have to change our drink order to a couple of Strawberry Daiquiris. At least that is what Betsy likes...
Two men: Neil Gaiman, because I adore his writing and his mind must be fascinating (though he would probably say it isn't).
Henry Rollins - true, he started as a musician, but he has written books and has his own publishing company. I'm currently reading "Do I Come Here Often" and am loving it. I think Henry is down to earth and I'd like to talk about a range of topics with him.
William F. Buckley. My guess is that Mr. Buckley didn't drink beer unless it was in a schooner and never drank beer without steamed clams. "That'll be two schooners, two bibs, and bathtub of steamers". On me.
Considering I was an English Major and have been a literature nerd all of my life, I can narrow the list down to a few dozen authors,but my latest infatuation is with Robert Greene ( 48 Laws of Power, 33 Strategies of War, Art of Seduction).