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    Favorite Authors

    Discuss specific authors, types of authors, groups of authors, or any other topics related to authors here.

    Some of mine are:

    Stephen King
    Anais Nin
    Diana Gabaldon
    Pablo Neruda

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    Too many to list but my top 10are:

    Diana Gabaldon (met her twice at the inspiration for the Mt. Helicon Highlands Gatherings btw)

    Elmore Leonard

    Jane Austen (Persuasion highly underrated IMO)

    Marcel Proust

    Aleksander Solzhenitsyn

    Stephen King

    Rosamund Pilcher

    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

    Helevn Hoover Santmyer

    Pearl S. Buck (alum from my uni.)

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    Stephen king
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    james mullaney

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    Stephen King
    Dean Koontz
    George r r Martin
    Jim Butcher
    Mark Tufo
    James Patterson
    Tami Hoag
    Rhiannon Frater
    Clive Barker
    Lee Child
    Brandon Sanderson
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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzard16 View Post
    Stephen King
    Dean Koontz
    George r r Martin
    Jim Butcher
    Mark Tufo
    James Patterson
    Tami Hoag
    Rhiannon Frater
    Clive Barker
    Lee Child
    Brandon Sanderson
    Patrick Rothfuss
    great list- makes me want to go back in add some of yours to mine

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    Stephen King (I love how he has shown up on all our lists so far)
    George R. R. Martin (He needs to finish the next damn book in the Game of Thrones series already!)
    John Grisham
    J.D. Robb (Nora Roberts pen name...total opposite writing and I love them...but hate her as Nora Roberts)
    Janet Evanonvich (Her Stephanie Plum series)

    As you can see I'm all over the map. I also love Young Adult novels being a teacher who is getting my librarian degree. I am a total book nerd. And am proud of that.

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    Max brooks, janet evonovich, r.a. Salvatore, dean Koontz, jim butcher, charlene harris, laurel k hamilton, saul alinsky , brian keene. That's all I can type with my phone. Site is still not working on my computer.- - - Updated - - -

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    Stephen King's Cell is the number one book I could read over and over and over again and never get bored with it. Love King, and love Cormac McCarthy.

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    It will always be my #1 Stephen King book, closely followed by The Stand. It does add to my irrational fear of clowns, however. I hate those sadistic bastards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpipp017 View Post
    It will always be my #1 Stephen King book, closely followed by The Stand. It does add to my irrational fear of clowns, however. I hate those sadistic bastards.
    The Stand is one of my absolute favorites! I've read damn near every single SK book, even the Bachman books!

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