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Re: Which author do you want to have a beer with?

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Paulo Coehlo. Would love to hear his views on life, god, love and destiny...
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J.K.Rowling, that way I can ask her about any harry potter questions I have :lol2:
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Maybe not beer, but if it was a glass of wine, I would like to share it with Jacqueline Wilson, though deceased now she was my favorite author as a teen and wrote books such as The Story of Tracy Beaker series, Double Trouble, The Illustrated Mum, Dustbin Baby, and so many other amazing books
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Hunter_T wrote: 30 Mar 2021, 15:49 CS Lewis, but sadly it’s a little late for that.
Yeah, it would be nice. JRR Tolkien is a good choice as well.
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Stephen King. He's a little weird for my taste but that's why I want to sit and pick his brain. Where he finds his inspiration, how he doesn't let writing dark, depressing themes dictate his life.
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I would love to have beer with William Shakespeare for him to help me decipher the hidden meaning enclosed in some of his poems :tiphat:
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I would happily go to lunch with Mercedes Lackey, Jayne Ann Krentz, or Sherrilyn Kenyon. I adore these authors.
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I would love to meet Penelope Douglas and talk about the characters from the 'Devil's Night' series endlessly.
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James Patterson. I have so many questions l want to ask and a beer would really help and calm down my nerves.
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I don't take alcohol but if i get a chance with paulo coelho , I definitely would 🤪
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Post by Akbar Putra »

I will choose jk rowling, she is a genius, I love everything about jk rowling, her style of writing is incredible.
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I would absolutely LOVE to sit down and have a beer with Diana Gabaldon! She is my most favorite author. I am completely obsessed with The Outlander series. Now they have The Outlander series on Starz. Not as good as the books of course but I still love to see the characters come to life. :D
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I would love to sit and have a cold one with J.R.R. Tolkien, or Frank Herbert, but as they are no longer with us I would love to share a pint with J.K. Rowling.
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I would definitely have lunch with; James Patterson, Sylvia Day and Patricia Elliot.
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Rebeca Darklight wrote: 25 Mar 2007, 04:35 Stephen King. Love his books, love his editorials. He has to be a very interesting, smart and funny man to spend some time with.
He's a good author, honestly
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