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If U Had A Chance 2 Dine Wit A World Class Author, Who Wud Dat B?

4me if i had a chance 2 dine wit a world class author, i wud chøose, Danniele steel anyday anytime n den i did ask her 2lay her hands on my head n bless me 2write as good as her. Dats my choice anyway, guys who wud u choose.

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And let me add someone, Jesus Christ. forget the fact that he had a religion named after him and all that. With all those things we read in the bible I'm sure it would be wonderful to sit across the table and chat with him about issues like Nicodemus and Zacheuss did. I still chat with him in the spirit tho.

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Unfortunately d people I also want to meet are all dead too,Socrates, philosopher and author, CS Lewis "chronicles of Narnia" and JRR Tolkien "Lord of the Rings" but that said I would settle for Robert Greene "48 laws of Power"

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Typographical error

RELEVANT**

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James Hardley Chase

An author whose work remain relaevant through time.

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Perhaps my favorite author is Epicurus , I never expected to find a philosopher so human and kind to his friends and followers , in this case dining really does not apply at all. I would have loved to read his treatises, which have been lost. Only a few letters and sayings have been preserved.

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[color=#990000][/color SANDRA BROWN. SANDRA BROWN. SHE IS SIMPLY D BEST.

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it would be a hybrid of barbara taylor bradford, danielle and sydney sheldon.

they are the best, to me

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dine with an author? definitely Max Lucado. Frank Peretti. Ted Dekker! big guys

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Lawrence Sanders . . . Anyone that has read Caper, The Loves of Harry Dancer, The Action Tapes, The First Deadly Sin, McNally's Luck, McNally's Caper, McNally's Secret, McNally's Dilema, will be of equal opinion . . . too bad he's no more

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Na prez jona oh, (sebi e just rite book, my friends and i)as i dey dine with am for aso rock, i go use style cona contract to supply sometin substandard to one ministry (like pens wey no get ink), make me sef chop out of the national cake now, abi? i no get time waste dey talk literary jargon with one half-luck writer wey go dey ask me to pay 4 d dinna

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Bebe Moore Campbell,Anne Rice,Fanny Flagg,Rachael Gibson.all in dat order

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That will be Steven King or probably J.K Rowling.

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UWEM AKPAN. I would want to know the inspiration for his debut, 'Say you are one of them'.

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Hmm!! mine would certainly be John Grisham, I'd love to ask him where he gets all his ideas from

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HAVE THOU HEARD OF THE YOUNG NIGERIA POET (ayuba jamiu) ? WATCH-OUT GUYS

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Frank Perretti anytyme

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Robert Ludlum, John Grisham, Hadley Chase and Wole Soyinka

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Chinua Achebe, Fred Forsyth and Dan Brown.

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Wole Soyinka, Jk rowlings, C.S Lewis, George Orwell,

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Anton Chekhov or Ernest Hemingway. James Baldwin comes a close third.

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Well, who is the most enthralling author iv ever read, dead or alive? Well, soyinka, achebe, sheldon, j.k. rowlings, dan brown, anne michaels,christopher okigbo,adichie etc.But to sit down and dine with one, il choose christopher okigbo, a true master of 'meanings'

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Idi Amin. Wait, he's an author, right?

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trekkie you just spoke my mind, love to dine with robert ludlum but alas, he'd dead, all the ones i would have loved to meet are dead

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robert ludlum,please someone remind me who wrote the haj? him ,shakespeare,charles dickens and the bronte sisters. do they have to be alive now?

after roaming sections in nairaland i think i am home "sigh"

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Itz definitely going to be prof. Niyi Osundare,will ask 4 double portion of his writing prowess and off i go.fiam!

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My choice is completely frivolous and not necessarily my favourite author in the world (although I do really like her). I'd pick Janet Evanovich. I don't think I have that much to learn from her, but it would be a totally fun night, and she seems like someone who doesn't take herself too seriously and would be funny and witty and just show you a good time and give you a light-hearted evening.

However, if I wanted a serious conversation with an author, living or dead, then i'd totally pick Jane Austen, because she was witty and smart and insightful and wonderful at social commentary, but yet realized that we're all ridiculous and a bit pretentious even the best of us. So it would be good to discuss society and humanity with her.

It's a hard question and there are other authors I could have picked, but just because I like someone's books, doesn't mean I want to have to sit and talk with them for hours. You don't have to like the artist to appreciate the art.

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There are about seven billion people in the world o.

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It would have to be Stephanie Meyer, of the Twilight books. I need tips on writing my own vampire saga, too. LOL.

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Ward Just or Steven Erikson

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Give it up for Johanna Lindsay.She's always been my favourite author.I've enjoyed all her books that i've read so far.Not a one has been dissappointing.

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Fredrick Forsyth, Achibe or Soyinka. Well maybe not the Bard; i'd be rushing off to consult the dictionary too often.

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The Master of the game, Sidney Sheldon.

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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

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J.K Rowling. . .hw did she do it?

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christopher pike or anne rice

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