Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. Every week, they post a new Top Ten topic and other bloggers respond with their own lists.
Hey guys! I love this week’s TTT topic, but I couldn’t come up with ten, so I went with five (which since there are two authors each kind of make it ten…?).
- Rachel Hawkins and Ally Carter
- I love both of these authors because of their ability to create hilarious characters and ridiculous plots. Together, they would be unstopable–as in, I’m not sure that I could stop laughing.
- Susan Vaught and Patrick Ness
- Both of these authors write powerful plots with moving social commentary. Ness’s writing is stronger with fantasy, and Vaught’s style is more centered in modern-day issues. Honestly, I don’t think I could get through this make believe book without crying, but I know I would also be deeply moved.
- Erin Morgenstern and Maggie Stiefvater
- Both of these authors create the most gorgeous, fantastical worlds and some of the most memorable characters that I’ve ever read. Putting them together would create a fantasy-writing powerhouse that I would knock people over in a bookstore to get to.
- Sarah J Maas and Kristen Cashore
- Another fantasy powerhouse, but this one is more badass. The heroine that these two women would create would be a butt-kicking, but emotionally aware protagonist that I’d probably love forever.
- Brandon Sanderson and Libba Bray
- I love both of these authors, but I’ve always felt like Sanderson’s writing needs more social commentary, which Bray rocks at. Together, they’d create some incredible story. I don’t even care what genre it would be, because both of them have written in multiple genres and I’m fairly certain they can do anything.
Which authors would you want to co-write together? Do you agree with my pairings? Happy Tuesday!