Authors I’d Love To Have Coffee With (Six For Sunday)

Six for Sunday is weekly prompt hosted by Steph at A Little But A Lot where we are encouraged to give our opinions on a certain topic or a book-related theme.

It’s been a while since I’ve done a Six For Sunday post, but I thought what better way to kick off October than by taking part again. This week is the start of the prompts for October which are all around the theme of ‘Pumpkin Spice Goodness’. This week is all about the characters/authors we’d like to have coffee with. Now, I have chosen authors and I do have many that I would love to sit down with and chat about their work, but here are my main six I’d love to have a chance to have a coffee with.

1. Leigh Bardugo

I am a huge Leigh Bardugo stan and to just be able to have the chance to sit down with her and ask her all about her work would just be amazing, Granted I would probably fangirl a lot but it would be an unforgettable experience.

2. Neal Shusterman

The Arc of a Scythe series is one of my all time favourite YA series, so to be able to meet the man that created a series that I adore so much would be a mind blowing experience. Although I may ask why he ended up doing a few things within the series that broke my heart.

3. Sophie Green

I know Sophie, but I’ve never had a chance to sit down and have a coffee and chat with her. I feel that having a coffee with Sophie would be such a relaxed affair and I’m sure she’d be able to give me some valuable writing tips.

4. Juno Dawson

Juno is a queen and I love all her work and everything she stands for. I think it would be amazing to sit down with her and talk all about her work and her life, and it would be inspiring to say the least.

5. M.A. Bennett

The S.T.A.G.S series is a series that I feel doesn’t get enough attention and I absolutely love it. So, of course I would consider it an honour to be able to sit down for a coffee with the author M.A. Bennett. It would be great to be able to find out about her inspirations behind the series and her advice for writing YA thrillers.

6. Simon James Green

Simon James Green is one of my favourite writers of YA and I think having a coffee with him would be hilarious. I’ve seen him speak on a few panels and each time I was belly laughing, so I feel that having a sit down with him would be exactly the same. I would also love to have the opportunity to speak to him about his incredible work.

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