Famous authors interviewed

[tweetmeme source="erotixx" only_single=false]I’m a bookworm, I usually go through 3 books a week, thank god for 2nd hand bookshops or I would be always broke. HEY! I am! hmmm… anyhooo, I read everything except Barbara Cartland novels… have to draw a line somewhere but I love biographies and also interviews with authors, what makes them tick, what kind of freaky mind do they have. Love it… You can learn about how they got started writing, what they enjoy about books, and more. Here you’ll find 50 interviews with famous authors, hopefully someone you like is there.

Bestsellers

Get a look into authors with celebrity status in these interviews.

  1. Dan Brown: This interview with Dan Brown focuses on The Da Vinci Code.
  2. JK Rowling: In this interview, JK Rowling sits down with Katie Couric to discuss saying goodbye to the Harry Potter saga.
  3. John Grisham: You’ll find 10 questions for John Grisham in this interview.
  4. Stephen King: This Stephen King interview takes a look at Lisey’s Story.
  5. Mitch Albom: In this interview, Mitch Albom discusses his uncle Edward Beitchman.

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Non Fiction

Cookbooks, social commentary, and more are discussed in these interviews.

  1. Julie Powell: Check out this interview from Julie Powell, author of Julie and Julia.
  2. Raj Patel: Raj Patel’s interview discusses accurately viewing the world.
  3. Eric Schlosser: Eric Schlosser is interviewed about the fast food industry here.
  4. Lauren Weisberger: Lauren Weisberger covers her experience writing The Devil Wears Prada.
  5. Anthony Bourdain: See what it’s like to travel around the world for food in Anthony Bourdain’s interview about A Cook’s Tour.
  6. Annie Leibovitz at Work: Annie Leibovitz takes you behind her work in this interview.

Novelists

These interviews cover romance, mystery, and beyond.

  1. Kevin Sampsell: Kevin Sampsell’s interview is about a big fish in a small-press pond.
  2. James Frey: This interview rings in James Frey’s return to the spotlight.
  3. Fern Michaels: Fern Michaels claims she’s a scribbler in this journal.
  4. John Irving: John Irving’s lecture looks into the author’s list of recommended books.
  5. Laurie Notaro: Check out Laurie Notaro’s interview about her rise from humor columnist to novelist.
  6. Orson Scott Card: Orson Scott Card’s interview discusses Lost Boys and beyond.
  7. Clive Barker: This interview discusses Clive Barker’s return to writing with Galilee.
  8. Nora Roberts: Nora Roberts covers her start as a romance novelist in this interview.
  9. Jodi Picoult: Learn about the household name Jodi Picoult in this interview.
  10. Jackie Collins: You’ll learn about Jackie Collins’ examination of sex, drugs, and Hollywood in this interview.
  11. Amy Tan: Amy Tan’s interview focuses on the spirit within.
  12. Philippa Gregory: Philippa Gregory’s interview crowns her the queen of historical fiction.
  13. Hallie Ephron: Hallie Ephron’s interview discusses finally giving in to becoming a famous writer.

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  1. Audrey Niffenegger: Audrey Niffenegger’s interview discusses art, writing, and more.
  2. Eoin Colfer: Sci-Fi author Eoin Colfer discusses Artemis Fowl, Hitchhiker’s Guide, and more.
  3. Neil Gaiman: Graphic novelist and writer Neil Gaiman discusses his diverse repertoire.
  4. Janet Evanovich: Janet Evanovich opens up about Stephanie Plum and more in this interview.
  5. Mark Haddon: Check out this interview about the literary debut of Mark Haddon.
  6. Sue Grafton: Sue Grafton’s interview covers a long career of successful mysteries.
  7. Chelsea Cain: Learn about Chelsea Cain’s infectious laugh and more in this interview.
  8. Chuck Palahniuk: This author interview with Chuck Palahniuk, author of Fight Club, explains how he never pulls punches.
  9. Eric Klinenberg: This interview with author Eric Klinenberg takes you into July of 1995 in the city of Chicago.
  10. Malcolm Gladwell: Find a few thin slices of Malcolm Gladwell in this interview.
  11. Mary Higgins Clark: Mary Higgins Clark discusses her Irish heritage’s influence on her writing.
  12. Isabel Allende: You’ll learn about Chilean author Isabel Allende in this interview.
  13. Jung Chang: Check out this interview about Jung Chang, the Chinese author.

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Love my vintage pinups, burlesque, smoking fetish and weirdness. Swedish person lived in Sweden, London and now Prague. Love moving around, metting new people. Open your mind for new experiences.

Posted on May 23, 2010, in Books and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Enjoy reading, thank heavens for Amazon and the local library and sad to say E-books although it isn’t quite the same reading from a computer screen rather than holding a book not to mention the smell.

    • ahhhh E-books… love the idea but for me as well, not the same. Love the paper, the feel and just the pure enjoyment of holding a book… maybe one day I’ll get used to the e-book but my Kindle reader is still used only once…

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