10 authors I’d love to have a cup of coffee with ft. awkward fangirl flailing

I think I speak for all readers when I say that authors are basically our pantheon of literary gods and goddesses. They’re our superheroes who constantly save us from the mundaneness and dreary monotony of everyday life. They’re architects who create larger-than-life worlds and realms that we can easily hide in when the universe we’re living in gets a little bit too overwhelming and tough to handle.

Most of all, authors are people – people we look up to and whom we draw inspiration from. Authors are unbelievably amazing and talented, that’s for sure. Personally, I think that above everything else, what makes authors so awe-inspiring and godlike (or goddess-like) is knowing that they’re not actually gods and goddesses – they’re people. People who aren’t very different from myself but have the capacity to create extraordinarily magnificent things and to do accomplish something 10-year-old me could only dream of: finishing a book and getting it published.