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Mr. Mercedes: A Novel (The Bill Hodges Trilogy) by Stephen King
Who doesn't want to meet Stephen King?
1 / 10
Naomi by Douglas Clegg
Doug Clegg rocks. Really. And he seems like such a nice guy in spite of the topics of his books!
2 / 10
I Am Princess X by Cherie Priest
I love Cherie Priest's work. I love to follow her blog and her tweets. She just seems so freaking cool!
3 / 10
The Ice Dragon by George R. R. Martin
Ah, GRRM. I want to meet him and go hang out at his movie theater. I promise I won't ask for hints about Song of Ice and Fire, either.
4 / 10
Birdman (Jack Caffery Book 1) by Mo Hayder
Mo Hayder looks like this tiny, normal lady. And she very well may be, but she has a twisted imagination!
5 / 10
The Fold: A Novel by Peter Clines
Peter Clines is another cool character. Like Priest, I follow him online and he's always got something great to say about movies, tv, and books.
6 / 10
Dark Prayer by Natasha Mostert
If you haven't read Natasha Mostert, you're seriously missing out. She's a ninja! Not really, but she is seriously into martial arts and writes some fabulous fiction!
7 / 10
Rolling in the Deep by Mira Grant
I think Grant's bio in her Orbit books pretty well explains why I'd like to hang with her. Go buy one and you'll see what I'm talking about.
8 / 10
Rivers of London (PC Grant) by Ben Aaronovitch
I know a British Ben. Not this British Ben, though. And this British Ben is like pop culture royalty considering he had a hand in some Doctor Who history!
9 / 10
Eighth Grave After Dark (Charley Davidson) by Darynda Jones
Anyone who can come up with a character like Charley Davidson is good people!
10 / 10