Top Ten Tuesday: (Not-Quite-)Ten Author Combos that Should Work Together

TTTThis week’s theme is Top Ten Author Combos I’d Like to See Work Together
Hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

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Laini Taylor and Marie Rutkoski

As Sondra puts it, they would “murder everyone with gorgeous writing.”

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Maggie Stiefvater and Sarah Rees Brennan

Whatever they wrote together would inevitably be incredible painful, and they would inevitably tweet about how delighted they were to learn that their readers had had their souls destroyed, and it would inevitably be hilarious.

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V.E. Schwab and Brandon Sanderson

Nikki over at There Were Books Involved brought this up on Twitter some time ago and I think this combination would be mindblowingly amazing and probably lead to death by plot twists.

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Sarah J. Maas and Alexandra Bracken and Susan Dennard
Sarah Rees Brennan and Holly Black and Cassandra Clare

These author combos are on my list for pretty much the same reason: I consider them the power trios of YA lit and I want to know what they would accomplish if they combined their efforts. I know some of them have worked together on some things (SRB and Cassie on The Bane Chronicles, Cassie and Holly on Magisterium, SJM and Susan on Starkillers) but it would be really fun to see a full book done by all three ladies, and I’m sure they’d have fun writing it.

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Neal Shusterman and Susan Ee

I’m honestly terrified just thinking of the kinds of things they’d come up with together.

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