Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Author Duos You’d Love To See Write A Book Together

October 13: Top Ten Author Duos You’d Love To See Write A Book Together
This list could have simply comprised J.K. Rowling with X, Y and Z, but that wouldn’t have made for very interesting reading (for this blog post at least!)


1. Lee Child and Robert Galbraith
I think this would create a dark and beautifully written crime novel, by combining Child’s gritty plots with Galbraith’s striking (pun intended) use of language.

2. J.K. Rowling and Sarah J. Maas
I believe the two could create an outstanding fantasy world, filled with multi-layered characters and intricate plot lines, as well as being completely magical.

3. Nicholas Sparks and John Grogan
The only two books that have made me weep are “The Notebook” and “Marley and Me” and I’m curious to know if Sparks and Grogan combined could make me cry as well.

4. Cecelia Ahern and Morgan Matson
I think between the adult audience Ahern writes for, and the YA audience Matson writes for, combined they would write a really great contemporary New Adult novel.

5. Anthony Horowitz and Rick Riordan
Both write predominantly for male middle graders, and together I think they could create something full of action and adventure.

6. Stephenie Meyer and Veronica Roth
“Twilight” meets “Divergent”? Surely everyone wants to see something action packed, filled with mysterious characters and amazing world building?!

7. Gillian Flynn and Paula Hawkins
These two would write one amazing crime novel! Just think of the psychotic characters and the crazy situations – it would be brilliant.

8. Dan Brown and George R.R. Martin
Martin would develop the characters and Brown would supply the situations. It’d be one long book, that’s for sure.

9. John Green and Rainbow Rowell
I believe that Green and Rowell would write an amazing dual perspective YA novel centred around two amazing, slightly messed up protagonists.

10. Malorie Blackman and Suzanne Collins
Blackman and Collins would write a fantastic dystopian novel with developed characters living in a world of pain and anguish. I literally want this book right now!

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