Bookish Blog Hops: An Author You’d Love to Interview

Hi Blisses,

Guess what? I’m joining a blog hop for the first time. Though I’ve been with these amazing authors for a while now, it’s my first time joining and I’m glad I signed up to host a day.

Bookish Blog Hops: Valentine’s Hop

This blog hop started last Feb. 1 and will end on 15th. Don’t worry though, I’ll leave the links of the previous posts so you don’t miss a thing. This is such a great way to connect with other blogs and at the same time promote your own. AND you can join us. Here’s our FB Group for you to check out and join. 🙂

My blog is the 13th stop and the topic assigned to me is:

I get to share my answer first. If given a chance, I’d love to interview John Grisham. His books are the first books I’ve ever read as a child. I would love to have an exclusive interview with him. In fact, I’ll be fine with just talking to him and maybe ask random questions. hehe.

Jo Linsdell

There are so many authors I’d love to interview. Currently, my number one would be Jojo Moyes as I recently read her books Me Before You and After Me. I’d love to hear what she thinks about the film version of Me Before You too.

Kim Jacque

Interviewing any of the big names would be amazing; Neil Gaiman, Diana Gabaldon, Stephen King, Ian Banks, Margaret Atwood. However, I think I am the most fascinated by JK Rowling’s journey. Any author juggling parenting with writing deserves much respect and the author that captivated a generation would be truly inspiring to talk to.

Bewitched Reader Book Blog

This is a tough one. I would be stuck between Colleen Hoover and JK Rowling. They are both two of my favorite authors and I enjoy both of their personalities and back stories so much. I was lucky enough to meet Colleen at a book signing in August and it was definitely one of my favorite moments.

Leslie Conzatti

Umm…. way too many to count?? I’ve read so many amazing books that I would dearly love to interview the authors behind them, to know more of their processes and inspirations! J.K. Rowling, Naomi Novik, Mark Lawrence, Cornelia Funke, Marissa Meyer, Jim Butcher, and Brandon Sanderson, to name a few! And that’s not even including all the indie authors I’ve read who manage to turn out some stellar works that I have been overjoyed to read!

Brandy Norgard

I think I have answered this a few time so everyone knows Nora Roberts and Heather Graham for me. So today I chose Ted Dekker. He writes some really dark thrillers, but he is actually a Christian author. I think that’s cool! I was ¾ of the way through The Bride Collector before I realized this. It is so seamlessly done. I would really love to talk about his process, how he has managed to become so mainstream and still keep to his faith etc.

Now I want to hear from you. I’m sure there’s one, if not hundreds, of authors you’d love to interview. Who is it? Who are they? Share it/them with me.

Follow the rest of the Valentine’s Hop:

1st Where is your favourite place to read? Jo Linsdell

2nd Which book do you wish had a sequel? Leslie Conzatti

3rd Who gave you your love of reading? Laura Morningstar

4th Who’s your book crush? Stormi Johnson

5th A book you bought for it’s beautiful cover that’s just as beautiful inside too Sarah Nowicki

6th A popular theme, or trope you will never get bored of reading. Leslie Conzatti

7th A loyal sidekick you can’t help but love more than their counterpart. Brandy Potter

8th Full on Romance Books Or Action-Packed With A Few Love Scenes? Brandy Potter

9th Love triangles, yes or no? Brandy Potter

10th A book with a heart on the cover? Jo Linsdell

11th A book you dislike that everyone else seems to love? Kim

12th One book at a time or several? Leslie Conzatti

13th An author you would love to interview? Lili Marcus

14th Last book you recommended to someone? Kim

15th A fictional world you’d love to visit? Stormi Johnson

Let’s chat.


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