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Top Ten Author Duos You'd LOVE To See Write A Book Together
Wow this is actually kind of hard for me. My first instinct is to pair like authors. But then I start think about how challenging it would be for two different authors to come together to create something awesome. Sadly I stuck to the pretty obvious, and a lot of contemporary since that is my true love. Here is my best attempt at this.
Two of my favorite authors writing a book together would blow me away. It would be beautifully written with a tragic, yet hopeful, story line.
A collaboration between them would just result in an awesome lighthearted book that would just be adorable. And funny.
My brain can't even begin to process the awesomeness that would come out of a collaboration with these writers. They both write contemporary books, but their style is so different, yet so awesome that anything they write together would be a masterpiece.
This is another book that I can't really imagine. Whatever the story it would be twisty, deep, with a sophisticated humor. It would be beautifully written and completely memorable.
Another contemporary duo that I would love to see collaborate. The both take on some really serious topics. I don't read middle grade books, but I think they could kill something that is MG.
Another two contemporary authors that I absolutely love. Their books are somewhat similar, so I don't know if there would be a distinct voice that would come out of a collaboration between them.
Another contemporary pairing that I would love to see. Libba Bray's books are so funny but in a really smart way, and Maureen Johnson's books can really play to that.
I imagine a collaboration between them to result in an awesomely quirky contemporary romance with characters that you just don't want to leave behind.
This is another duo that has a very similar writing style. Matson's books tend to be pretty serious, and Sale's more recent books have been the same. However, Sale's early works have a lighthearted tone that I think would really work in a collaboration.
I had to toss in a non-contemporary collaboration that I think would result in a really crazy yet awesomely interesting book. I imagine there would be some kind of paranormal element that would make this really memorable.