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  • Gina Shillitani

    Jonathan Kellerman… no, Patricia Cornwell… no, James Patterson… do I really have to choose only one?

  • Karla Fernandez

    Jane Austen.

  • Gill

    Christopher Lloyd for starters!

  • Melanie C

    I think Jodi Picoult is brilliant x

  • Heather

    I love Stephen King. He inspires me every day. I think he is the Dickens of our time.

  • Ilir

    Ah, a long time since I read anything from Stephen King. I still have all of his books until 2000 in Italian though.

  • Andrew Halliwell

    David Eddings… Loved his “belgariad” series when I was younger. Or terry pratchett…

  • sakurasake

    Gosh, that’s tough. Tolkien is a classic, but I also loved Tamora Pierce as a child.

  • China Miéville, his works are absurd, fantastical and gritty.

  • Kelly Lain

    I hate to admit I read anything and everything.

  • shea wong

    Neil Gaiman, who incidentally, writes longhand with a fountain pen!

  • Fiona R

    I don’t really have a fav, like a bit of easy to read chick lit to relax tho 🙂

  • Karen

    Marian Keyes, funny poignant and a good storyteller.

  • Jayne K

    Douglas Adams

  • rdcalhoon

    Usually the author of whatever I’m reading at the moment.

  • poshpink

    Anyone who can write crime, Karen Rose, Lisa Gardner, Val McDermid, Janet Evanovich etc.etc

  • Suzanne Cooke

    I think some of the kids writers are really good. We especially like Jeremy Strong and Dick King Smith.

  • indiecognition

    Ernest Hemingway

  • AJ F

    I don’t have a particular one, but I like classics.

  • I love Barbara O’Neal’s women’s fiction books.

  • HaloCure

    Neil Gaiman

  • James K

    William Summerset Maugham

  • Sensitivemuse

    Way too many to name. The question here would be how much time you got for me to list all my favorites??

  • Steven C.

    John Steinbeck

  • Kelly M.

    I really don’t have one, I’m an equal opportunity reader. I also go in & out of phases with what I like to read & who I like to read the most. Douglas Coupland is up there though.

    (Is it gauche/will I be disqualified if I point out that the question about writers has a typo?)

  • RFong

    Orson Scott Card

  • Jennifer Kerley

    I like jk rowling ,its easy reading

  • Lucy M

    Frances Hodgson Burnett – a childhood favourite that I still adore reading!

  • Gordon

    I don’t get a lot of time to read for pleasure these days – but when I do, a biography by Iain Murray is often on my must-read list!

  • Elizabeth Porter

    Patrcik Rothfuss

  • Lance Green

    Keep it up.

  • Ian B

    J.K.Rowling/Terry Pratchett.Two of my favourite writers <3

  • Saul Hymes

    I think Ian McEwan, probably. He’s amazing with characterization. He actually makes me want to write!

  • Jane Willis

    I don’t have a favourite writer as such, there are too many to choose from. But I do admit to lots of fond memories of Ray Bradbury’s books.

  • Amanda

    Jonathan Kellerman, I love his books though they inspire me to become a detective instead of a writer.

  • Marisol

    Those look awesome. Love the cyclamen color one. :o)

  • Jennifer Rhymer

    Danielle Steel – love her books 🙂


    Modern writer would be JK Rowling, although I also love Charles Dickens

  • haxell

    I don’t have a favourite writer – but I love the way the humour is written in “The Hitchkiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”.

    Hazel Rea – @beachrambler

  • Sara Goodman

    Hilary Mantel FAB.

  • Tamalyn Roberts

    enid blyton, she was the author of the books i first read, the famous five, mallory towers, brer rabbit etc, she made a fab imaginative fun world to escape into and i wish i could write books like that

  • Sandra Clarke

    JK Rowling as she has such a vivid imagination.

  • Lisa Hall

    Catherine Cookson

  • Julie B

    Lee Child, can read one of his books in a day.

  • Irene Jackson

    Nora Roberts / JD Robb

  • ishb

    e.e. cummings

  • Leanne B

    Jeffery Deaver brilliant at leading you down the garden path 🙂

  • Kelandab

    Oscar Wilde

    Kel Ellen Hirst

  • Christine Caple

    Catherine Alliott

  • I don’t have a particular one, but I like classics.

  • Fifi Hi

    Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  • Simon Collinge

    Colin Bateman 🙂

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