As I have mentioned previously, I will be posting my interview with best selling author Jonathan Maberry on March 4th, so in anticipation I am gearing up here on RA for All all week.
This got me thinking about other authors I wish I could interview. I do personally love Maberry; in fact, in the new book, I proudly proclaim Maberry and Joe Hill the "New Kings of Horror." So, I think after interviewing Maberry, Hill would be the next on the top of my interview list.
I would also love to interview Jasper Fforde since his books are so clever. It is clear he is a book lover and a reader.
In terms of dead authors, I wish I could have the chance to pick the brains of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Herman Melville, and Edgar Allan Poe. They were such geniuses and way ahead of their time. I would have loved the chance to talk to them and see how they saw themselves and their work.
These are just the ones off the top of my head. I am sure all of you have many authors you would love the chance to ask a few questions to, so why not share them here?
For today's Monday Discussion, let me know which authors, living or dead, you would love to interview. What would you ask them? To see what I did ask when I had the chance to interview Maberry, check back on March 4th.
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