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LWhite04
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Re: Which author do you want to have a beer with?

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I would have to say too many are gone that I would want to have a beer with, but Jack London, Hemingway and most definitely in today's world the ever famous Stephen King, especially to discuss why we can't have sequel to the stand! But not to leave out some memorable authors Joyce Carol Oates, Erica Jong and Carson McCullars ...wow I have an idea they would drink! :tiphat:

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If I could switch to tea or coffee, this would be my list in order of preference:

1. William Shakespeare -- that way I could find out who he truly was: Christopher Marlowe, etc., or if he truly was someone named William Shakespeare.

2. Author of Beowulf. I'd get more info about the dragon's cave and what sounds for all the world like advanced technology in it.

3. Christine Feehan.

4. Catherine Anderson.
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Mary Higgins Clark. She was my favorite author for a long time. She has written so many books, and she seems to be a lovely person.

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George R. R. Martin, because I presume "he drinks, and he knows things."
There is no frigate like a book
To take us lands away,
Nor any coursers like a page
Of prancing poetry.
This traverse may the poorest take
Without oppress of toll;
How frugal is the chariot
That bears a human soul!
-Emily Dickinson

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Lauren Child or Jackie French I think they'd be nice have some really interesting stories and advice.

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Post by Olivia_24 »

If I could ever drink beer with an author it would be Maya Angelou.I choose he because she is a very good author and she inspire people.

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