October Blog Hop: If you could pick any author to go trick or treating with, who would you pick?

I’m taking part in my first bookish blog hop! I’ve mostly ignored all the themed October and Halloween things because I’m the autumn-equivalent of the Grinch (let me know in the comments if you have a word for that). But this blog hop has been so much fun and I wanted to host this question because I immediately knew my answer.Bookish Blog Hop October 2018

If you could pick any author to go trick or treating with, who would you pick?

There is only one author I’d want to go trick or treating with because I am absolutely sure that it would be a blast with her.

She knows everything about demons and apparently she also knows everything about dressing up. I loved the costume party scene in one of her books where the little demon acts as if her real form is actually her costume. So she arrives at the party with legs bending backwards (kind of like goat legs but sexier) and a tail.

I want to go trick or treating with Debra Dunbar!

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Who’s everyone else trick or treating with?

Kim Jacque www.writersideoflife.com

Kim Jacque

I would love to go trick or treating with Neil Gaiman. I loved his American Gods and Norse Mythology and think he would be able to give a lot of background to where the traditions of Halloween came from in pagan religions. He could teach me what a real American Halloween looks like too. Here in New Zealand, we don’t really celebrate it in the same way. A lot of people refuse to take part, but I find it just a bit of fun for the kids. I think Neil Gaiman is just creepy enough that he would make it pretty fun, but he is not quite Stephen King.

Brandy Potter www.brandypotterbooks.com

Brandy Potter

I would love to go with Heather Graham. She does a lot of interesting and creepy activities throughout the year. Salem Ghost Tours, seances, Vampire balls. She’s kind of quirky like that. Everything I have seen her involved with looks like so much fun. PLUS, she loves New Orleans and that would be amazing to go trick or treating in. The cemetary, the LaLaurie mansion. Talk about a Halloween haunted experience!

Jo Linsdell www.JoLinsdell.com

Jo Linsdell

I think I’d pick Rick Riordan. I’m Percy Jackson obsessed at the moment as I just finished reading the series and would love to talk to him about it. Plus all those Mythological creatures would make great Halloween costumes.

 

Bookish Blog Hop Schedule in October:

Jo Linsdell

1st What’s the best fictional school you’ve ever read?
10th What are your techniques for getting out of a reading slump?

The Upstream Writer

2nd What is a book you didn’t expect to like, but did?
23rd Do you have any signed books?

Brandy Potter Books

3rd What’s been your favorite book so far this year?
8th What is a fictional item you wish you owned?
15th What was the last book you read?
17th Do you ever unhaul your books? What do you do with them?
21st Do you buy books new, used, or do you go to the library?
25th What book villain would you not like to meet alone in a dark alley on Halloween?
28th Share a scary book cover!
31st What character would you want to be for a day?

Tania Richardson

4th What’s been the most inspirational book you’ve read this year (fiction or non-fiction)?
5th Which books do you think should be taught in every school?
11th Do you have book buying bans for yourself?
12th What bad book habit do you have?
18th How do you feel about special editions of books?
19th Do you consider yourself a fast or slow reader?

Writer Side of Life

6thWhat are you currently reading?
20th Which book do you recommend to friends and family most?
24th What book has been on your TBR for ages?

Laura Morningstar

7th Where do you share your book reviews?
22nd Do you reread books?
26th In what fictional world would you like to go trick-or-treating?
30th What character would you love to visit you as a ghost?

Casia Schreyer

9th What is your favorite book-turned-movie?
16th Name one of your favorite characters and tell what you would do with him/her if you had one day together.
29th What would you recommend as a scary must-read for Halloween?

Bookworm Cafe

13th Have your reading habits changed at all since starting a blog?
14th What’s the next book on your To-Be-Read list?

Lovely Audiobooks

27th If you could pick any author to go trick-or-treating with, who would it be?

 

Join the Fun

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Comments

So, which author would you like to go trick or treating with? And what is the autumn-equivalent of the Grinch?

14 comments on “October Blog Hop: If you could pick any author to go trick or treating with, who would you pick?

  1. Great post I haven’t read a book by Debra Dunbar yet but her books looks and sounds absolutely amazingly fantastic, I would so go trick or treating with Holly Black at Halloween. Thank you so much for sharing your awesome post.

    1. Yes, this is my “I recommend it to everyone”-series 😀 The audiobook narrator is amazing, too, and I’ve listened to those books countless times cause they’re so all around awesome. Funny, sexy, suspenseful, creative, diverse…. You’ve got a really strong heroine (the demon) and many great supporting characters.

  2. Oh my gosh this is such a good idea! Hm, I think I’d love to go with Nalini Singh, and just pick her brain as we’re walking around for how she wrote such awesome stuff. She also seems like such an awesome person too!

  3. I like this subject. I would either go with Suzanne Wright or Brenda K Davis because they both write paranormal romances that are amusing at times and dark at others. I think that they would be interesting.

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