Top 10 Author Duos I'd LOVE To See Write Together
It's Top Ten Tuesday time! And this week's Top Ten Tuesday topic is: Top 10 Author Duos You'd LOVE to See Write Together! This took some brain-wracking, but I think I've come up with a fairly good list. I sort of cheated and a few authors more than once, but I think you'll understand when you see which authors I used more than once.
- Leigh Bardugo and Victoria Schwab. Two incredible authors all on their own; just imagine what they'd be like if they wrote a series together?!
- Victoria Schwab and Maggie Stiefvater. Same case as the first one. Two amazing authors on their own; put their genius together and the world might explode.
- Jonathan Stroud and Anthony Horowitz. I know, they both kind of write books entirely different from one another, but I would love to see what they could create together!!
- Cat Winters and Ruta Sepetys. Both historical fiction writers, BUT - Cat Winters always does some supernatural twist on her books. So what could my most favorite supernatural history author and historical fiction writer create together?
- Ruta Sepetys and Elizabeth Wein. To be honest, that pairing seems like a no-brainer. They both favor WWII and are both very emotional writers.
- Jennifer A. Nielsen and Caroline Lawrence. After reading Jennifer's Mark of the Thief book, I'd love to get these two Middle Grade ancient world writers together to write something amazing.
- Kendare Blake and Lish McBride. If you've read any of their books, you won't have to ask why.
- John Flanagan and K. M. Grant. I'd love to see what these two could do in terms of historical fiction.
- Sharon Cameron and Gail Carriger. Victorian/steampunk galore!
- William Ritter and Sharon Cameron. Same reason!