Top Ten Tuesday: Author Duos That Should Write Books Together

As you all know by now, I mostly participate in the weekly meme Top Ten Tuesday created by The Broke and the BookishThis week’s theme is “Top Ten Author Duos You’d LOVE To See Write A Book Together” and while it’s definitely a topic that took some serious thinking, it’s a fantastic idea. I doubt that I’ll get to 10 but here we go!

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1. Tahereh Mafi & Ransom Riggs

Can anybody else imagine the awesomeness of those two creating a story together? I think everyone of us picked them for their list. Whenever I see interviews with them, videos from their YouTube channel or their comments on social media -I just love them so much together and I think they could create something really special and unique. (Also, on a completely unrelated note, they make me believe in true love … just wanted to throw that in there. Has anyone seen their wedding pictures? Gorgeous!!!)

2. Nicholas Sparks & Cecelia Ahern

Do you want full blown romance with a touch of magic sprinkled on top every now and then? Because I think that’s exactly what those two could accomplish together (and maybe Cecelia could get Sparks to break out of his admittedly very well working but nonetheless repetitive theme).

3. Sarah J. Maas & Victoria Aveyard

I don’t know about you, but I think those two could create one heck of an amazing world with characters that you have to watch all the time, because you never know what’s really up with them.

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4. Rainbow Rowell & John Green

This would be the ultimate teen/YA book and we would all drown in all the feels we would feel! I can see it clearly ahead of me! Also, they talked about Firefly and I love that show.

5. Rachel Matson & E. Lockhart

I think that both of these authors are really good at depicting buddy-stories in their books and somehow I would like to see how they would work together. Maybe each one of them could write a certain POV of a character and it would just keep switching between the two? In my head they’d create an amazing friendship story.

6. David Levithan & Rachel Cohn

Putting this duo on the list is a little bit like cheating, because they have already written 3 books together – BUT I WANT MORE!

7. David Levithan & Nina LaCour

Those two have actually announced their collaboration sometime soon and I am super excited. They are both very important authors in the LGBTQIA community and I think whatever the result of their work together will be, is going to be amazing.

I think that’s all I can come up with. Who are some authors you would like to see working together? Share links to your list below if you like!

16 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Author Duos That Should Write Books Together

  1. I would read some of these books if they existed especially if it was a book written by Tahereh Mafi & Ransom Riggs or Rainbow Rowell & John Green. I’m pretty sure that David Levithan and Nina LaCour announced their book last week so it’s happening 🙂 .
    And thanks for making me sing 22. I need to stop singing every time I see some random senteces 😄

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  2. George RR Martin and Mark Cahdbourn. Both are fantasy writers who create epic worlds. One is more grounded in the full fantasy experience with only so much emphasis on magic and gods (as far as I know at this point). The other blends mythology and legends into creating fantastic worlds linked together. Put them together, and we’ll have the craziest fantasy series ever seen on Earth.

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  3. I had Tahereh Mafi and Ransom Riggs writing a book together, too. IT WOULD BE THE MOST AMAZING THING EVER. I bet Rainbow Rowell and John Green would write a great book together, too.

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