Top Ten Tuesday: Author Duos

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Broke and Bookish. This week’s theme is ten author duos that I would love to write a book together! This is going to be a fun one for sure.

  1. Sarah J Maas and Susan Dennard – They are a really cute pair of author BFFs and I think that they would write a great fantasy novel.
  2. Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera – Think about all the diversity with this! They are both talented and I think they could make a great team.
  3. Veronica Roth and Marie Lu – They both have great plot and world building, creating really fast paced plots and intricate worlds.
  4. Ally Condie and Lauren Oliver – Their prose is so beautiful and I love the interesting twists they always put on the more normal genre tropes.
  5. Marissa Meyer and Leigh Bardugo – I love both of their imaginations and ability to create unique fantasy worlds!
  6. Beth Revis, Amie Kaufman, and Meagan Spooner – Technically, an author trio, but I would love this sci-fi goodness! It’s my favorite genre and combining some of my favorite authors.
  7. Sarah Dessen and Emery Lord – The only contemporary authors on my list. I think that they both develop great characters and friendships, creating a realistic story.
  8. Maggie Hall and Ally Carter – Both of these authors are great at creating mysteries that are intense and really cute romances. They could create an amazing chase around the world.
  9. Ruta Sepetys and Anne Blankman – They both write WW2 historical fiction from different perspectives, both very sad. Combining them would be a mess of tears, but I would love it.
  10. Rachel Hawkins and Kiera Cass – Both of these authors write books that are fun, but still interesting and hold your attention.

What authors duos would you like?



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