Dynamic Duos: The Top Ten Authors We'd Love to See Write a Book Together

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Paper Bindings | Dynamic Duos: The Top Ten Authors We'd Love to See Write a Book Together
A weekly book meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.


This week's theme is the Top Ten : The Top Ten Authors we would love to see write a book together!

In other words: if we, as readers, could create a dream team to write us the most spectacular entertaining amazing brilliant book ever written, who would we choose?


01. Katie MacAlister and Kerrelyn Sparks - The amount of snark and dashing gentlemen in this hypothetical book might just kill us.

02. J.K. Rowling and Suzanne Collins - This book would be of epic proportions, do we even need to explain why?

03. Rainbow Rowell and Jasper Fforde - We feel like they could write the funniest, most meta book ever...

04. Lauren Oliver and Gayle Forman - Besides the fact that they are already friends, we can not help but think of one when we think of the other - so why not team them up together?

05. Jennifer Donnelly and Libba Bray - They both have written some great historical fiction novels with some kick ass female protagonists. With Donnelly’s eye for detail and Bray’s hilarity, a collaboration would be a great read.

06. John Green and Rainbow Rowell - She would push him to step outside his box a little and he could add some philosophical aspects to it.

07. Sarah J. Maas and Susan Dennard - How could the combination be anything other than brilliant? Imagine this: Characters like Manon and Aeduan in the same universe...

08. Gail Carriger and Philip Pullman- We think they could create an amazing fantasy/paranormal series. They both excel at world-building and writing interesting and likable characters. Pullman can add some depth and Carriger can lighten things up a bit so we don’t get emotionally scarred by the final book of the series.

09. Anthony Horowitz and Ransom Rigg -We think that a book co-written by these two would be very fun to read. Rigg can give it great atmosphere and mythology and Horowitz can add great action scenes and snappy dialog.

10. Stephenie Meyer and Veronica Roth - Both their books are so bad, together it might be almost... good?

What is your Top Ten this week?
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16 comments:

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    1. It would either be surprisingly good, or an abomination. Only one way to find out which one, lol ;)

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    2. Ouch. Now all I can picture is Bella becoming Dauntless. XD

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    3. Now, don't be silly; she'd be Divergent...

      ;)

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  2. Awesome matches! I love that Susan Dennard and Sarah J. Maas idea. Both have awesome historical fantasy series :)

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    1. There is nothing better than a well written historical fantasy novel :)

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    2. I would be in book heaven with this combo.

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  3. If only you could have seen my face at the idea of J.K. Rowling and Suzanne Collins! Please make that happen :)

    My TTT

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    1. I mean honestly, who would read that book? If anyone says they wouldn't read that book, they are a lying liar who lies. If only I had the power to make it happen, lol

      Thanks for reading and responding!

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    2. I wouldn't want to read that book. There is a 100% probability THAT MY FAVORITES WILL DIE HORRIBLE DEATHS.

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    3. Liar! You would have that book pre-ordered and you know it! XP

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  4. Ha ha! Love the 2 negatives making a positive! Maybe Roth and Meyer could be the idea generators, and then someone with more quality writing skills could mould something out if them?
    My Top 10

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    1. Lol, hopefully so! I feel like Roth could get the idea ball rolling, but would need to be banned from trying to flesh out the plot-line or add details. And that Meyer would need a similar treatment. So basically it would need to be written by Roth, Meyer, and a ghost-writer XP

      It could work, though!

      Thanks for reading and commenting :)

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    2. At least the end of the Twilight books made sense compared to the end of the book that shall not be named.

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  5. Yes to Rowling and Collins!

    Check out my TTT.

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    1. That book might just take over the world.

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