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Who's Your Favorite Author?

Who's Your Favorite Author?


Once I'm into authors, I will read anything by them. Sometimes all they need to do is write one epic book, and I'm a reader for life; other times, I fall slowly through a series or a stretch of solid reads. Today's National Author Day, so let's round up our go-to writers and find some new favorites while we're at it.

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kcmosinki kcmosinki 6 years
like kea718, I love Charles Dickens, my favorite is David Copperfield and its true, everyone gets what's coming to them but I love that there's redemption for people also
PurpleTeam PurpleTeam 6 years
I really like Dean Koontz. A novelist of Horror. He writes about mysterious things. Aint nothin wrong with that right?
amofoz amofoz 6 years
AmyGro, David Sedaris also makes me laugh and is one of my faves. His sister Amy is not far behind although she mostly writes "coffee books".
JanetG0307 JanetG0307 6 years
jonathan safran foer. his fiction works are PURE genius and get me everytime.
starbucks2 starbucks2 6 years
You guys make me feel dumb ;) I wish I could say Shakespeare or something elaborate like that... I'd probably say John Irving, but I haven't read everything by him. I have read most books by Nicholar Sparks, but I don't like to admit that openly...
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 6 years
Fitzgerald!
juicebox07 juicebox07 6 years
Ellen Hopkins
lickety-split lickety-split 6 years
Michael Chabon. He loves the use of words. Writes beautifully. Everything he writes is amazing.
kea718 kea718 6 years
Charles Dickens. His stuff is so dark and depressing, but there's always a happy ending. Everyone gets what's coming to them.
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 6 years
Vladimir Nabokov! I admire every single condescending thing he's ever written or said!
leahbobeah leahbobeah 6 years
Augusten Burroughs. Janet Fitch is good too.
genesisrocks genesisrocks 6 years
Shakespeare is pretty amazing to me. No matter how many times I read or watch one play, the next time I see it I find yet another thing I had missed before. Everything is a pun or double entendre or symbolic of something else. Shakespeare was brilliant. I also love Jane Austen for stories with a nice rhythm and pace, and a happy ending
oohsexypenguin oohsexypenguin 6 years
I second neonbee, I love Margaret Atwood's work. The Blind Assassin is one of the best books I've ever read.
onlysourcherry onlysourcherry 6 years
There is nothing written that is as complex, interesting, and multi-faceted as Shakespeare's body of work.
KeepOnKeepingOn KeepOnKeepingOn 6 years
Fyodor Dostoevsky. Easily. There is no one better in my mind.
neonbee neonbee 6 years
I love Margaret Atwood!
AmyGro AmyGro 6 years
David Sedaris makes me laugh out loud, every time.
LikeThoseShoes LikeThoseShoes 6 years
Cormac McCarthy... the best!
jadenirvana jadenirvana 6 years
I would buy anything by Maria De Los Santos.
losteiffel losteiffel 6 years
Lisa Kleypas is amazing!!!
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