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Feature and follow is a meme where you get to know old and new bloggers.  If you want to participate, answer the question on a post on your blog.  Then visit Parajunkee's View and Alison Can Read, follow them if it is your first FF and visit the blogs they are featuring.  Visit other blogs from the linky, follow them.  Also, they will visit and follow your blog!

What is one thing you wish you could tell your favorite author?

So much to say and so little time...
I'm always in a hurry, so I was thinking: I use notes for almost everything, why not leave notes to my favorite authors with concise and direct messages. Here we go!

Dear Anne Rice,
I love your characters and stories... could you do a shorter introduction of your setting and shorter descriptions?
Please pretty please...

Dear Charlaine Harris,
I prefer the Sookie Stackhouse of your books, not the one from TV. 
The reasons are too obvious!!!

Dear Christopher Moore,
I won't even ask you about where do you go or the place where your mind goes while writing one of your books 'cause its got to be a pretty weird place... Fun and Weird

Dear Stephenie Meyer,
Vamps + Glitter = ?
Why does Bella has to be so.... Bella? 
P.S. Couldn't stop reading your books!

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