Top Ten Tuesdays – Ten Author Duos I’d Love to See Write a Book Together

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every Tuesday they post a new Top Ten list prompt. This week’s list is – Top Ten Author Duos You’d LOVE To See Write A Book Together. This should be fun… πŸ™‚

10. Dean Koontz with Benjamin Percy – I don’t think it would matter what they came up with – it would be creepy and wonderful. πŸ™‚
Odd Thomas (Odd Thomas, #1)Β The Dead Lands

9. J.K. Rowling and Leigh Bardugo – because Harry Potter in the Grishaverse would be awesome. πŸ™‚
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1)Β Shadow and Bone (The Grisha, #1)

8. Jim Butcher with Holly Black – why? Fairies!!
Storm Front (The Dresden Files, #1)Β Tithe (Modern Faerie Tales, #1)

7. James Patterson with Chris Grabenstein – I know they already co-write kids’ books, but I want an adult crime novel! Maybe an Alex Cross / John Ceepak crossover…maybe something completely new.
Along Came a Spider (Alex Cross, #1)Β Tilt-a-Whirl (John Ceepak Mystery, #1)

6. Β Anne Rice and Stephen King – it wouldn’t matter what they wrote, if they wrote something together I would read it!
Salem's LotΒ Interview with the Vampire (The Vampire Chronicles, #1)

5. R L Stine and Cornelia Funke – a dark fantasy for middle-grade readers.
Classic Goosebumps - Night of the Living DummyΒ Inkheart (Inkworld, #1)

4. Neil Gaiman with Orson Scott Card – I have absolutely no idea what it would be like, but I know it would be a great story!
The Ocean at the End of the LaneΒ The Lost Gate (Mither Mages, #1)

3. Susanna Kearsley and Paula Brackston – Together they could write the best modern (but with historical flashbacks), magical, fantastical romance story ever written. πŸ™‚
The Shadowy HorsesΒ The Silver Witch

2. John Douglas and Douglas Preston – they could collaborate on a non-fiction account of Jack the Ripper’s crime spree, exploring the available forensic evidence, examining the suspects using modern profiling techniques, and including their conclusions as to who Jack really was.
Mindhunter: Inside the FBI's Elite Serial Crime UnitΒ Β The Monster of Florence

1. James Rollins and Lincoln Child – while Douglas Preston is working with John Douglas, Lincoln Child can co-author a stand-alone action-adventure / thriller with James Rollins. It would be great!!
SubterraneanΒ Deep Storm (Jeremy Logan #1)

So – any favorites you’d like to see co-author a novel? And as always, if you have written a TTT post, please leave a link in the comments. I love to check out everyone else’s lists!

34 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesdays – Ten Author Duos I’d Love to See Write a Book Together

  1. Neil Gaiman is literally everywhere today. We should let him now on Twitter. He’s got lots of book to write πŸ˜€ Thanks for stopping by I read books πŸ™‚

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