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Re: Which author do you want to have a beer with?

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C.S. Lewis, but I highly doubt he would enjoy having a beer like...at all.

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Sara Sheppard

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Stephen King seems an interesting drinking buddy.

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Chinua Achebe if he's alive

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Jorge Newberry, I loved his book Burn Zones. The ideas and information in the boook are worth talking about with a beer😅

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Jeff VanderMeer. His attention to detail makes his books so beautifully crafted. It would be great to talk to him and hear his opinions on things like fan theories about his books or just current events.

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I don't drink beer, but I would kill to have tea with Neil Gaiman.

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Definitely Patrick Rothfuss so I could grill him about why it's taken TEN YEARS TO COME OUT WITH A CONCLUSION FOR THE KINGKILLER CHRONICLES. By the time it's finally released, my kids might be in college.

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Izmali wrote:
15 Feb 2016, 00:30
Hey all,

First post on the forum, I hope everyone is well! :D. I have a few to be honest and two of them have unfortunately passed away. Raymond E. Feist would be the number one and then I'd have his deceased contemporaries sitting beside him (Robert Jordan and David Gemell).

Cheers,

//Iz
I love Feist and Gemell! Winter Warriors was one of the first fantasy novels I ever read! As for Feist, I have nearly all of his books! I’d love to sit down and ask how he plans out the generational connections in each of his novels. Absolutely brilliant author!

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Sunday diamond wrote:
09 May 2020, 01:27
Chinua Achebe if he's alive
I read Things Fall Apart ay University. Still one of the best examples of post-colonial literature I’ve ever read! 10/10 agree he’d be an excellent author to have a beverage with.

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I’d definitely have a beer with Witi Ihimaera. He’s a New Zealand author that writes about life as a Maori in a white world. Would be super interesting to hear about his life.

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Definitely J. D. Salinger. I wish he were still alive and I wish we were old friends.

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I dont drink beer so i would go to lunch with L. Pichon because i LOVE her books.😍

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I don't drink beer but I'd love to have drinks with Rick Riordan. It would be heaven to talk about Percy Jackson and the Olympians' upcoming TV show adaptation.

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Friedrich Nietzsche, Milan Kundera, and basically all philosophers

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