It's a holiday week! And The Broke and The Bookish have given us a holiday theme to go with it. It'll be very hard to keep it to ten, but after all, I only have twelve plates. (And only five chairs. But oh, let's dream.)
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While we're fantasizing, I’m allowing for authors who have already died. Hey, maybe someday we’ll sit around heaven and talk.
In no particular order:
1. Jane Austen. Wouldn’t that be a night of hilarity?
2. Orson Scott Card. My literary hero.
3. C.S. Lewis. I’d love to call him Jack, but doubt very much I could get past a stammered “Professor Lewis”.
4. JRR Tolkien. He can teach me some Quenya.
5. J.K. Rowling. Not that I’d be able to open my mouth and talk sensibly.
6. George MacDonald. A gruff old gentleman who likes to talk mysticism and fairies. Sounds like fun.
7. Shannon Hale. Whose humor might rival Austen’s, and who could talk to me about publishing high fantasy for young adults.
8. Stephenie Meyer. I just think I’d like her.
9. L.M. Montgomery. Her Anne books have been part of my existence for as long as I can remember. And I think her Emily books may be part of my future.
10. Madeleine L’Engle. She sounds like a lovely person.
Who would you invite?