Monday, April 18, 2011

Monday Morning Madness Take 2


What is Monday Morning Madness, you ask?  Well, here at Forbidden we know all about the Monday morning craziness: trying to recover from the weekend, clearing up all the things that went wrong over the weekend, and well Mondays really are the crabgrass on the lawn of life.

With that said, we wanted to put some fun into Mondays.  Each Monday we will pose a question or debate.  Questions could be anything from your favorite paranormal creature to your favorite cookie; debates will be in the following format A vs. B and will be a wide range of topics as well.  Whether it is a question or debate, we will give you responses from our team members (sometimes these will be in comments!), but the most important part- we want to know YOUR opinion!  We want you as a Forbidden Follower to tell us your answer, and have fun with it!

Oh, and on occasion, we will throw in a giveaway on Monday- not every week, but enough to keep you guessing...

So, come join the madness every Monday.  Have a little fun with us!

This week a question:

Who is your favorite author?

6 comments:

Dana Alma said...

*pulling out hair* I can't answer this!!!! Wonderful question! Love this Monday Madness!
See ya,
Dana
Readaholics Anonymous

Kaitlyn (Kaitlyn in Bookland) said...

There is no doubt that my favorite author is JK Rowling. She has the amazing ability for have something from the first book impact something in the seventh book. The way she must have planned ahead is so admirable. She is an amazing lady!
I like this feature :)

Julie said...

I actually have SEVERAL favorites, but some of them include: David Burton, Kate Kaynak, J.R. Ward, Nora Roberts, J.K. Rowling, Rick Riordan, and the list continues....

Julie
Forbidden Reviews

inga said...

I think this is the toughest question asked from a person who reads a lot and loves books.
I truely and honestly cannot pick one. If you would ask more specifically about different genres, maybe I'd be able to answer. I also think that favorites change with time, at least for my case. Or better said - I think old favorites stay and new favorites are added to the list.
What I also have realized that these favorites can be book based. Most of the writers have more than just one book and there might be 1 of them which you adore.
I like this meme, it makes you think :)

Amy said...

Diana Gabaldon! hands down, no contest. I love The Outlander Series

tympestbooks said...

I'm not honestly sure how to answer this, but I'm going to say Tess Gerritsen both for the sake of simplicity and because I absolutely love her writing style.