Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Authors I’m Dying To Meet / Ten Authors I Can’t Believe I’ve Met

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is Top Ten Authors I’m Dying To Meet / Ten Authors I Can’t Believe I’ve Met  (some other “meeting authors” type spin you want to do). I am going to do both of these, so you’re getting a two-for-one post today. 😉

All author photos are courtesy of Goodreads or their author websites.

Ten Twelve Authors I Can’t Believe I’ve Met

1. Al and Tipper Gore

My BFF dragged me to their book signing for Joined at the Heart back when it was released. Kind of cool.

The rest of the authors on my list I met at The Emerald City Author Event last year.

2. Claire Contreras

3. Tarryn Fisher

So Tarryn Fisher wasn’t on the event list, but she came to hang out and support Claire Contreras.

4. Jay Crownover

5. Emma Chase

6. Tillie Cole

7. Penny Reid

8. L.H. Cosway

9. K.A. Tucker

10. Barbie Borhman

11. Harper Sloan

12. E.L. James

E.L. James wasn’t on the guest list, but showed up to sign autographs anyways.

Ten Authors I’m Dying To Meet

1. Ginger Scott

2. Colleen Hoover

3. Sarina Bowen

4. Elle Kennedy

5. Krista & Becca Ritchie

6. Kim Holden

7. Beth Flynn

8. Jessica Park

9. Kasie West

10. Emery Lord

26 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Authors I’m Dying To Meet / Ten Authors I Can’t Believe I’ve Met”

  1. WOW! You have met a lot of authors. I have only been to one book signing, which was a few years ago. I need to start finding time to go to more. So much fun! Great list.

  2. Damn you’ve met quite a few authors. I’m impressed haha. Obviously Elle and Sarina are on my to meet list but I’d love to meet Ginger Scott as well. 😀

  3. You met Tarryn Fisher?!?!? I’M SO JEALOUS. I’m dying to meet her. And Colleen Hoover. Those are my top two that I really hope to meet some day. I’ve only met Nicholas Sparks. I need to go to more author events!

    1. Kind of. She was hanging with Claire Contreras. I got a picture with the two of them, but she wasn’t signing anything. You could tell she hadn’t expected that everyone would recognize her.

    1. I know, right? I would be too intimidated to probably say much. I totally freaked when I met Claire Contreras. She probably thought I was irritating.

    1. I can’t even tell you how cool she was! Hey, you’re in the New York area, right? Or am I remembering wrong? I think Bowen and Scott are signing there in May.

      1. It’s only Bowen for the NYC signing. Scott is at the Romancing the Falls (Niagara Falls) signing in May (and I think there might still be tickets for that one left). But yeah, the BAAE tickets went sooooo fast, I was glad I had like 5 reminders on my calendar for it so I managed to snag them. (no bragging, I genuinely feel sad for those that didn’t get them)

  4. I would love to meet almost ever author you listed! LOL I’ve never met an author before so I couldn’t do the first part of the post. lol But that’s awesome that you’ve met 12 authors!

  5. OMG!!! I was at that signing too!!!! I dragged my hubby with me. If you saw a short guy with a tall girl, and the guy was occasionally knitting in line, that was me!!

    And how did you miss the Ritchie twins?? They were there!! I met them!!

    What’s really funny is that I’ve met Colleen Hoover twice. I think she is amazingly talented, but she wasn’t my favourite meet in the end. Two introverts does not a good conversation make, and I was too nervous the first time.

    Oh, and you’re going to hate me because I get to meet both Ginger Scott and Sarina Bowen this year!! I’m jealous of myself…

    1. That’s crazy! Are you from the Seattle area? I was there with my sister. We weren’t very identifiable. Lol.
      I had no idea who the Ritchie twins were at the time. 🙁 I really am regretting that. I hope they come again next year because I will be camping out at that booth!
      And yes, I hate you for all of that!!! LOL

      1. I’m not from the Seattle area! I’m from Edmonton, Canada… My hubby and I roadtripped for that signing. We actually love Seattle though, so it was hardly a hardship. And there are definitely no signings in my neck of the woods, so I always have to travel.

        Bummer about the twins. I had a few of their books, so started reading them just before the signing, and only got through the first three in the Addicted series at the time. Was so glad I did though because they were amazing books. I need to get back to that related series.

        1. Wow! That’s awesome! If you come back to the event in 2018, we’ll have to meet up there to say hi!

    1. I didn’t appreciate it at the time, but now I wish I would have fangirled more. 😉

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