Charlotte Bronte because not only was she a fantastic writer, but also because I can relate to her both as a person and also in my life with all the things which have happened to me.
Patrick Rothfuss: not only did he write my favorite book, The Name of the Wind, but his blog is always a joy to read and pretty much everything he says is gold. Except for the platinum stuff, which is even better.
Max Lucado, he's one of the best. Currently, I'm reading his book, Traveling Light.
I don't know if I could narrow it down to just one...
In no particular order
J California Cooper [she writes as if you were conversing with an old wise grandma from the Southern parts (of US)] and Paolo Coelho........
I have a number of favourite authors. But my most favourite is Maeve Binchy. I've read all her books and I can read them all over and over again and still enjoy each one every time. I love her style, I love her characters, I love stories, I love the way she weaves old settings, old characters, old memories into her book. She is the best.
I have two, Nicholas Sparks and Stephen King, romance and horror love it!
Wally Lamb is my favorite author. I also like the late Robert Beck 'Iceberg Slim.'
by ROMANCER OF LIFE6 months ago
Who is your favorite author? favorite book? and why?My favorite Author is Mercedes Lackey, and I love her style of writing. I love fiction fairytales, and adventurous stories. Her books always leave me wanting to read...
by pisean2823117 years ago
who is your favorite author ..please write something about his/her writing style and what according to you is his/her best work?
by Richard Bivins37 hours ago
I tend to read a lot. Fiction, non-fiction, it does not matter. Some books do more for me than others. I enjoy many different genres but if I had to narrow my selection down to just one author I would have...
by Cynthia5 years ago
Who is your favorite author, and why?
by Flo Belanger6 years ago
Who is your favorite Author of Fiction, and why?
by BloodRedPen8 years ago
I grew up in the hay-day of science fiction so my obvious answer should be Asimov or Bradbury. But its not I will have to say the hard sifi of David Brin is my favorite.
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