Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Authors I’m Dying to Meet

March 27, 2017 Features 12

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This is a place where you can share all of your lists with other list lovers out there. There’s a new theme every week to center your list around. This week, the theme is all about authors that you REALLY want to meet or authors that you’ve already met. I’ve only met two popular authors, so there’s no way I could make this about authors that I have already met. Anyway, this topic is a lot of fun and I can’t wait to share my picks! I look forward to seeing what everyone else comes up with for this topic.

1. Sarah Dessen

It’s no secret that she’s been my all time favorite author since middle school. I’ve read all of her books (besides the one that hasn’t been released yet) and can never get enough of her words. Not to mention the fact that she just seems like such a cool human being in general. I love her so much! It would be a dream come true to finally get the chance to meet her. Thankfully, my brother lives in North Carolina now so hopefully I can visit one of her events if it’s a local one.

2. Morgan Matson

Morgan Matson is one of absolute favorite authors. She also is so witty and hilarious in her books and on Twitter. I would totally freak out if I ever met her!

3. Kasie West

She’s another one of my favorite authors. You can probably sense a theme already, these authors all write mostly contemporary. I’m just such a huge fan of all of her works, especially P.S. I Like You. Kasie West can do no wrong in my opinion.

4. Becky Albertalli

I love Becky! Though she’s only written two books so far, she’s an amazing author who I adore. Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda is one of my all time favorite books, and I push it on people all of the time. The Upside of Unrequited hasn’t been released yet, but get it on your radar if you haven’t picked it up yet because it’s SO amazing. She’s also another one of those authors who just seems like such a humble and wonderful human being.

5. Heather Demetrios

I’ve only read her contemporary novels, but both of those are two of my all time favorites. Heather is just an absolutely incredible author. Everything that she writes is so compelling, unique, and beautiful. I love everything about I’ll Meet You There and Something Real. I can’t wait for Bad Romance to come out! I would just love to tell her how powerful and one of a kind her books are.

6. Rainbow Rowell

So you should know by now just how awesome Rainbow and her books are. I haven’t read Carry On yet, but it’s still on my list. Anyway, her books and the characters that she creates somehow stick with you long after you close her books. She also seems like such a fun person to meet and talk to!

7. Stephanie Perkins

Who doesn’t like Stephanie Perkins? Though it seems like its be forever since she’s released a book (the anthology doesn’t totally count) she’s still one of my favorites. She’s also so much fun to talk to on Twitter. She seems like such a chill and down to earth person. I would love to meet her one of these days.

8. David Levithan

Every Day was one of the most unique and compelling books that I’ve had the pleasure of reading. I also really loved his book The Lover’s Dictionary. David has such a brilliant mind, and you know that whatever he writes is going to be something completely different from the last book that he wrote. It would be so great to have the chance to meet him.

9. Jennifer L. Armentrout

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Even though we’re actually from the same state, I’ve never gotten the chance to meet her. It sucks, but it seems like she doesn’t have many events in West Virginia since she goes to so many awesome places like Las Vegas. Hopefully I’ll get the opportunity to meet her sooner rather than later!

10. Adam Silvera

Seriously though, Adam seems like the coolest guy ever. Even though both of his books (and it looks the third one will be too) are depressing as hell, he always seems so friendly on Twitter and in pictures that I’ve seen of him with fans at book signings. I also respect him so much for being vocal and honest about his personal struggles with depression. I’d be thrilled if I ever got to go to one of his events!

I could honestly keep going and going with my list of authors that I would love to meet. I think I’m going to stop there though, so I don’t bore you guys with all of my ramblings. Hope you liked my picks! I hope you guys have a great rest of the week.

12 Responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Authors I’m Dying to Meet”

  1. Astilbe

    This is the first TTT list I’ve read today that didn’t include any authors I’ve heard of yet. How cool! Everyone looks so happy in their pictures that I think I’d like to meet all of the people on your list.

    Here is my TTT.
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  2. Mariela

    I have meet Jennifer Armentrout at a signing at our local BAM( we both live in Martinsburg, WV) The author of Sweet Evil was there too. And both of them were super nice! I liked them a lot. I had a lot of books signed that day not only for me but for a lot of friends!
    My TTT.

    • Rachel Geiger

      That’s awesome! I live in Huntington so I’m very seldom up in that area. I would definitely go if she was in Charleston though!

      • Mariela

        This year I want to go the the WV Book Festival. It is on 27 and 28 of October. I can’t wait to see which authors are going.

        • Rachel Geiger

          Me either! I went the year before when Jodi Picoult was there and a few years back when Nicholas Sparks was there. Did you go last year?

          • Mariela

            No, I have never been there before. I hope I can go this year.