Top Ten Tuesday: Questions I Would Ask My Favorite Authors

Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl

Author: Peggy Jaeger

What I’d Ask Them: Will you be writing any more stories for the One Scoop or Two series?


Author: Aden Simpson

What I’d Ask Them: Will we ever get a sequel to The Reincarnation of Tom? I yearn to know what will happen to Tom next.


Author: Grendolyn Peach Soleil

What I’d Ask Them: You have such a poetic and descriptive writing style. Who were some of the authors you read when you were developing your own voice?


Author: Jared Gullage

What I’d Ask Them: Who is your favourite horror author? I sensed some Stephen King influences in The Cagulant and wondered if you were reading his work while you wrote your own.


Author: Jami Gigot

What I’d Ask Them: Imagination Vacation was published before anyone knew anything about Covid-19, and yet the idea of vacationing at home is more relevant now than ever. How has the reception of this picture book changed in 2020?

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Author: Rjurik Davidson

What I’d Ask Them: To what extent do you share the opinions of the scientists in Benjamin 2073? Would there ever be a scenario in which you’d be supportive of cloning mammoths and bringing them back from extinction if such a thing became scientifically possible?


Author: Naomi Kritzer

What I’d Ask Them: Is there any way I can convince you to turn Little Free Library into a full-length novel? I can’t stop wondering about what will happen to Meigan and the mysterious visitors at her Little Free Library next.


Author: Steven Mayfield

What I’d Ask Them: To what extent, if any, was Treasure of the Blue Whale autobiographical? The characters in that book felt so real that I can’t help but to wish they were based on real people.


Author: J.S. Frankel

What I’d Ask Them: When can we expect your next book? I haven’t heard anything new from you since Stand-In.


Author: Eugenia Chu

What I’d Ask Them: Brandon Goes to Beijing was adorable. Have you read it to the children in your life? If so, what did they think of it?


  1. Great review for Imagination Vacation and great question for the author!

  2. It would be nice to bring the mammoths back, but where would they be put into the wild? Great questions.

  3. Fun list! Very insightful questions!

    Here is my TTT:

  4. Great questions!

  5. Louise @ Foxes and Fairy Tales says

    I like your question about cloning!

  6. That question for Jami Gigot is really interesting. I’d be curious to hear the answer to that one. Must be strange!

    • Yes, for sure! I mean, there was no way to know in advance just how relevant that picture book was about to become.

  7. The question for Jami Gigot is fascinating! I’ve never heard of any of the authors on this list but you did such a fantastic job with this!

  8. I hope that you get answers to these someday! All of your questions were interesting and I would be curious to know how they would answer.

    My TTT

  9. Great list! Any opportunity to ask an author about cloning mammoths is an opportunity worth taking.

  10. I applaud you for coming up with a question for so many authors. Such great questions too! I always wonder if what they read influences their work.

  11. Awesome questions – although I actually have not read any of the authors you have listed here, so some for the TBR!

  12. Always have to know when an author’s next book is coming out! These are new to me authors, but I love your questions.

  13. These are great questions! 🙂 Some of these are really insightful, too, like the one about vacationing at home RE: COVID-19. Thanks for visiting my post this week!

  14. Benjamin 2073 sounds interesting. Your question has me wanting to go check that book out now as the cloning thing sounds awesome!

  15. Oh, I need to find Jami Gigot’s book — that sounds like the perfect book for my nephews for this time!

  16. Great that you have all these different questions for different authors. My top question is always: When is your next book coming out?

    Thanks for visiting my TTT earlier.

  17. Somehow, I don’t think I’ve read a single book by an author you’ve featured, but I’m seeing several I think I’d like to try! Love this post.

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