From Red Pen:
If you could dine with an author (living or dead) each evening for a week, who would you select, and why?
Sunday – Sylvia Plath – The Bell Jar was one of my favorite books ever, and I want to know what was in the journals that Ted Hughes destroyed.
Monday – Beverly Cleary – As I've noted many times before, she is the reason that I became an avid reader.
Tuesday – George Orwell – I'd love to hear what he would have to say about the current political climate.
Wednesday – Dr. Seuss – We would not have green eggs and ham.
Thursday – Isabel Allende – She has had such an interesting life.
Friday – Marian Keyes – This would be a fun girls night out. Her books are so funny even though they are about serious topics like drug addiction and depression.
Saturday – David Sedaris – I can't read his books in public because I laugh out loud like a madwoman. He would be a riot at dinner.