Saturday, March 24, 2012

Evil Question...

I'm shamelessly stealing this question from Barnes and Noble because it made me so angry...

If you could only read one author for the rest of your life, who would it be?

Let the games begin.

P.S. Mine's a tie between Roald Dahl and Jane Austen.

8 comments:

raidergirl3 said...

Have to be Stephen King. He's got so many books, at least there would be lots of variet, plus I love his books.

Matthew C. Winner said...

I'm going to go with Martha Stuart (so I can have yummy recipes PLUS get my OCD fill) or William Faulkner (because if I can't have order, I'd settle for stream of consciousness).

...but you're right. It's kind of an evil question.

Rebecca said...

Wow this is a really hard one. I tend to pride myself on reading a wide variety of authors. Maybe I would pick someone like R. L. Stine because he has a lot of books or Tamora Pierce because I absolutely love her books. But at the end of the day, I would very much hope I would never be in this situation :)

Eileen Hurley said...

Yikes! Well, okay... Peter Carey.

Melissa Mc (Gerbera Daisy Diaries) said...

It's impossible...can I pick one from each genre? :)
David McCollough non fiction
Jen Lancaster for laughs
Jane Austen...just because.

Lisa said...

Guess it would have to be Jane Austen just because I know I'd love to read them and there are enough to make it last a while before I had to start again.

Kim (Sophisticated Dorkiness) said...

That's a hard one. I think I'd pick Margaret Atwood, since she has so many books I haven't read yet :)

ivanova said...

That is a tough one. I might choose Patrick O'Brian.

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