Top Ten Tuesday: questions I would ask my favorite authors

I’ve been super inconsistent in posting/checking in on my blog – very sorry for that. I’ve been working really hard on another presentation for school, have been reading Twilight (very guilty of that) and have been living at my aunt’s house for the past week and am having the time of my life alone at home while she’s working: taking hikes, going swimming, reading, working and eating! Anyways, let’s get on with all the questions I would die to ask all my favorite authors!

To Agatha Christie: where did you get the inspiration for all the crazy crime stories?

To Cassandra Clare: how do you create your awesome complex characters?

To Enid Blyton: what was your favorite series to write?

To Leigh Bardugo: which Grisha would you prefer to be?

To Shakespeare: why did you choose to write plays instead of novels?

To Shakespeare nr. 2: are you really who you claim to be, or did someone else write your works?

To JK Rowling: what’s your opinion on Draco Malfoy?

To JK Rowling nr. 2: when you first started writing Harry Potter, did you have that ending in mind or did you make it up as you kept on writing the books?

To Kerstin Gier: How does the dream hopping work?

To Edgar Allan Poe: who is your Annabel Lee, and did you have a happy ending?

That’s it – it kills me to not ask the questions right away! Tell me: which authors would you ask questions, and what would you ask? Happy reading and enjoy the last days of August!

Author: Blogger Books

I'm a huge fan of Draco Malfoy, I love scones and tea time, I don't like horror movies and obviously I'm a huge book nerd.

6 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: questions I would ask my favorite authors”

    1. ahhhhhh!!!! Are you liking Midnight Sun? And Chain of Gold, omg, it gets better with every page… the first few chapters were not super extraordinary and I thought the plot would be super disappointing, but it really picked up and I loved all of the characters! It took me a while to understand all of the relationships between the families because that was A LOT but it’s safe to say it’s one of my fave CC books!

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