Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I Really Want to Meet (But Can’t)

Top Ten Tuesday ~ The Broke and theWhen I first saw that the theme for this week would be the Top Ten Authors I Really Want to Meet, I was a little stumped. I always to try make my Top Ten Tuesday posts as unique as possible with my choices, but I felt like my answers would be the same as many other people. I mean, a lot of us want to meet J.K. Rowling and John Green, right? So instead I decided to mix it up a little and only focus on the authors I will never ever be able to meet- those that have sadly passed away. So, in no particular order, these are the Top Ten Authors I Really Want to Meet (That Aren’t Alive): 

J.R.R. Tolkien

1. J.R.R. Tolkien

Jane Austen

2. Jane Austen

Mark Twain

3. Mark Twain

George-orwell-BBC

4. George Orwell

Charles Dickens

5. Charles Dickens

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

6. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

edgar allan poe

7. Edgar Allan Poe

F Scott Fitzgerald

8. F. Scott Fitzgerald

William Shakespeare

9. William Shakespeare

emily bronte pic

10. Emily Bronte

Although this topic is slightly morbid, it definitely is food for thought! Which deceased authors would you meet if you were given time machine? (the TARDIS or otherwise!) What do you think about the authors on my list? Let me know in the comments section below!

Yours,

HOLLY

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8 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I Really Want to Meet (But Can’t)

  1. This is an awesome list — partly because it mirrors mine! My list had 6 living and 4 dead authors, and every single dead one is also on your list! i wouldn’t mind meeting the rest of the authors on your list while we’re at it. 🙂

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