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

Post by CatInTheHat » 24 Jun 2017, 21:34

shish_by_design wrote:Beer's disgusting so ill go to lunch with J.K Rowling and E.L. James
Good beer is not distinguishing............. Try some of the newer craft beers & you'll be surprised.
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Post by Annieblue » 25 Jun 2017, 06:04

i like to have a nice cup of tea with Samreen Ahsan, we can talk about how can love be so much respectful and strong with truthfulness.

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Post by Izesicle » 25 Jun 2017, 12:45

JK Rowling. I'm a big Harry Potter fan and even if we don't talk about her books, I'd love to pick her brain about politics and feminism.

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Post by Zupanatural » 25 Jun 2017, 17:31

A beer with Stephen Fry would be both entertaining & no doubt mind-blowing. If it could be anyone, alive or dead, Camus would be high on my list.

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Post by AmberOverstreet2014 » 25 Jun 2017, 18:15

I would LOVE to have a beer with Sherrilyn Kenyon and J.R. Ward. I would love to hear their back story for coming up with their characters and story lines.

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Post by AnGeLeeKrisTin » 04 Jul 2017, 00:58

J. K. Rowlings - I want to know how her mind works ti be able to craete a world of fantasy and make readers believe it exists.

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Post by Maria joraimah » 04 Jul 2017, 01:35

Oh, it would be an honor to have Sidney Sheldon drinking a bottle of beer with me and discuss the books he wrote. And ask him questions like, how he started writing, what or who inspired him to write, his preferred quiet place when thinking, and so on.

Unfortunately, this is just wishful thinking because Sidney Sheldon already passed away.

Maybe I can catch up with him in the next life and still have a bottle of beer. :)
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Post by Enfume » 04 Jul 2017, 22:59

I'm not very enthusiastic when it comes to drinking (beer, especially) but I would love to sit down and have some wine or tea on fine china with Friedrich Nietzsche.

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Post by Papercut » 05 Jul 2017, 18:50

If I was like born 200 years earlier, I would love to share a drink with Poe.

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Post by Ms Savvy Reader » 05 Jul 2017, 20:16

I don't drink beer, but lunch with Hemmingway would be interesting. 'For Whom the Bell Tolls' is one of my all time favorites, next to 'The Old Man and the Sea'.

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Post by PinkAngelWings » 16 Jul 2017, 14:06

I would so totally go with Stephen King!! Even though I haven't read any of his books.... *eep* well, I plan on changing that!!

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Post by DDunstock » 17 Jul 2017, 14:13

Wally Lamb - dude is just cool. He gets people, definitely understands women, and reads very down-to-earth.

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Post by ButterscotchCherrie » 19 Jul 2017, 06:34

This will have to be a top three.

1. The late, great Terry Pratchett because he was great fun
2. The late, great Carl Sagan because he was so intellectually brilliant, as well as warm-hearted and generous
3. Grahame Cossum, who wrote "Make Peace with Your Harshest Critic - You", so that I could thank him in person for his inspiring yet utterly down-to-earth work. Plus, it's clear from the book that he has a great sense of humor.

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Post by IsabelMay » 20 Jul 2017, 07:33

I don't think she was a beer lover, but I'd love to meet Agatha Christie if it were possible. She was a woman with a brilliant mind, such a talent for criminal stories with interesting twists and even more interesting detective characters which stand out from the rest.

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Post by Juliet Esther » 22 Jul 2017, 05:46

First I don't drink but if I did drink beer,It would be with Sidney Sheldon,James Hadley Chase or Danielle Steele. I have got lots of questions for them.

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