If You Could Talk With Any Author, Who Would it Be?


If You Could Talk With Any Author, Who Would it Be?

Have you ever just wanted to talk with your favorite living author? Who would it be and what would you ask?

If you leave a suggestion, then your wish is my demand.

 I will try my hardest to make every request happen and track the progress made, i.e. the % we get and the % we don't.

I will post the interviews on the web show Author Feast.

 New interviews will air every Tuesday.


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Riding The Retreat 1 Reply

I would like to talk with Richard Holmes the author of "Riding The Retreat". I just published my own book that was based on my grandfather's WW One journal and I would like to compare notes about his…Continue

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Comment by Jeff Dawson on February 16, 2015 at 10:34pm

Either Tom Clancy or Cornelius Ryan. What would make it the perfect trifecta is if I could convince Alistair MacLean to join.

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Comment by Amanda Leigh on October 29, 2013 at 8:50am
S. E. Hinton.

I'm just joining so I don't know if that's possible or if it has even happened already. If it has point me in the direction of the interview. If it hasn't, well, that would be incredible if it could. ;)
Comment by Johnny Ray on September 19, 2013 at 3:45pm

Interesting group, I go to many conferences and book fairs, so I get to meet many authors around the world. I am going to Frankfurt in a few weeks.

I once had the chance to talk with David Morrell, who wrote the book Rambo movie was based on, while watching the movie. It was very interesting to see the differences pointed out between the novel and the movie

Comment by Luke Abaffy on August 8, 2013 at 4:21pm

Just reached out to Piers, and finally have an interview with Salzman next Sunday 18th. Barring the end of the world, we'll finally have that interview live in a few weeks.

Comment by June Edgar E. Asok on July 10, 2013 at 11:26pm

cs lewis...


Comment by Andrew Tyler Fontenot on June 22, 2013 at 8:20pm

Piers Anthony would be my author of choice. I'm currently reading Under a veiled cloak, his 8th incarnations of immortality book. I like the length of his novels, and I try to make my own stories of similar length. Talking to him would be awesome!

Comment by Robert Medak on June 21, 2013 at 9:12pm

So many to choose from. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Asimov, Chandler, C.S. Loius, Bradbury, G.K. Chesterton, J.R.R. Tolkien, L'Amour, Poe, Robert Loius Stevenson, William Faulkner just to name a few. I read Asimov to Zola.

Comment by Luke Abaffy on June 16, 2013 at 3:35pm

Thanks for the suggestions Suzy! I'll reach out to Pat and Hilary. 

Deb, I wish I could get Agatha Christie too, and Doyle! Bah! Death has no consideration for us fans. 

Urania, you're not alone. I'm working a strange connection to King to see if I can get this (I know a guy who is working with him to make one of his books a graphic novel). Might be a shot in the dark. 

Thanks everyone!


Comment by Deb Novack on June 12, 2013 at 6:26pm

I would love to speak to Agatha Christie or Sir Arthur Conan Doyle since a young age I have loved mystery stories as I do now, I especially like Victorian England mysteries.


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