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Who are your favorite prose writers?

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Neil Gaiman and Anthony Doerr. 009 (19) adf 1 Proust 50ad (17) prose is not my favorite form of writing 6nianji-ZHC (38) none come to mind 80cubed (55) Vladimir Nabokov, Eudora Welty A (19) E.M. Forster, other incredibly British novelists A Orwell A. (27) Harper Lee A (26) Janet Frame and Annie Dillard, among many others A. n/a A (26) I have none AA (23) F. Scott Fitzgerald. aaaaaaa (18) Dostoevsky, Nabakov, Twain, West AAAKKK Fyodor Dostoevsky, Brendan Matthews, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Bertrand Russell, E.D. Klemke, Kurt Baier, Chinua Achebe, Deogracias Rosario aag (22) sylvia plath aallisonr (30) i dont have one. i mostly read non fiction. Aaron (32) Rilke Aaron Guy Leroux (37) Rick Riordan, Cassandra Clare, J.K. Rowling, Roald Dahl, Anthony Horwitz, Markus Zusak, John Green Aarushi Agarwal (13) Not a fan Abbie (22) I'm not one much for poetry or prose. i suppose Shakespeare and Yeats Abbie Hartley Lauren Groff, Leo Tolstoy, and John Updike Abby (26) Because the only people for me are the mad, they are mad to live, mad, mad to talk, very mad to be saved, desirous of everything Abegando (28) None at this moment Abigail Harris (10) not sure like too many to say ABP (50) J.R.R. Tolkien, Walker Percy, Chesterton Abs Only 'istory is written 'ere. else wise de bards shenanagans al' de tums av stories Acara McFadden (28) Hemingway, D.H. Lawrence A. Clifford Stowe (81) Henry Rollins, Jack Kerouac and Chuck Palahniuk Adam (22) I don't know Adam (25) None Adam (20) charles Bukowski, Adam Hyde (26) Proust adieudusk Dean koontz Aditya (25) Victor Hugo. Admiral Love (33) Not anyone in particular Adonia (40) Patrick Rothfuss Adrian (18) bob dylan Adriana (16) bob dylan Adriana (16) hemingway adriana (45) Steinbeck, Tolstoy, Kerouac, Thoreau, Borges, Valle-Inclán, Camus, DFW, Pynchon, Eugenides. Too many to name. Adrian Bauza (20) Stephen King, Ed McBain. Adrian George Nicolae (24) Chatwin Adrian Martyn (34) PC Cast Adrianna (18) Sayyid Qutb AdrianOz (45) Lewis Carroll and Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar. Adrian Winters (17) Tom Holt and Patricia Highworth Ady (22) John Irving, F.Scott Fitzgerald aetilson (41) rilke, dostoevsky, and emerson a.g. (23) woolf agagagaga (24) N/A Agent00V (18) Scott Fitzgerald, Faulkner, Patricia Highsmith, Carson McCullers, Samuel Becket, Camilo José Cela, Aggie White Nikolai Gogol, James Joyce A.G. Mata (21) Eça de Queiroz Agneska (20) undecided agony (25) faulkner Agreen (29) too many... Agustina (27) Donna Tartt, Patricia Highsmith, Caesar. A Half Empty Beaker Patricia Highsmith ahmad (27) hafez ahmad (24) Haruki Murakami, JD Salinger, Lewis Carroll Ai (21) At the moment Alan Taylor, Migjeni Aida (22) Stephen King and Edgar Allan Poe Aidan (21) Jeffrey Archer, Stephen King, John Grisham. Aidan Devlin (15) Waste of time. Aiden edgar allan poe and fyodor dostoevsky aiko (20) Prose? I know that I love Shakespeare. It's rare that a 'favorite' author of mine would date back to anything in a strictly 'prose' era. Ailene Donna Tartt and Marcel Proust aimée (22) C.S. Lewis, Charles Dickens aimee.dawson (21) John Grisham and Jane Green Aisha Milburn (32) Enid blyton,Maggie stiefvater, and aishu (14) For now, Alison Weir and Jon Favreau. A.J. (27) I don't know any AJ (18) none Ajam (21) Mark Haddon, Cormac McCarthy, Isaac Asimov. Ajay (17) none Ajm9511 (21) Currently, Harper Lee, J.K Rowling, Iain M. Banks. akanthe (19) P.G. Wodehouse and James Joyce. Akbar Shahzad (20) None Aki John Le Carre, David Downing Aks (20) Crystal Zevon and Richard Bach Al (28) Annie Proulx, Sue Miller Al (55) Keats Alan (58) gabriel garcia marquez, dennis lehane, Alan Arkin (44) I don't have any at the moment AlbaManuela (18) I'm not entirely sure about this, either. Alden Lee Klaput (18) For now, Pablo Coehlo, Stephen King, Michael Crichton Aldonza77 (47) Haruki Murakami, Julio Cortazar and Albert Camus. Ale (28) Dr. Seuss Alecia To be honest with you, myself. Alecksi Dostoevsky, Mann, Borges, Bolaños, DFW, Eugenides Alejandro Amoretti (28) i dont read prose alek (20) Tom Wolfe, Hemingway Aleksei Kotsov (63) tolstoy, sartre, nabokov alessa (21) Edgar Allan Poe, Indro Montanelli Alessandro Pian (30) peter handke Alessio Lucchini (46) Margaret Atwood Aletha Camack At the moment, Jose Saramago is on top. Alex Jean Genet and Water Benjamin Alex (22) Dean Kootnz Alex (17) rushdin alex (38) tennessee williams, donna tartt, anne rice, khaled hosseini alex (23) George R. R. Martian, Maeve Binchy Alex (21) toni morrison Alex (23) none Alex (17) Right now: Harper Lee Alex (32) Rainer Maria Rilke alexa (28) Future works. Alexander (33) I dont have a specific one. Alexander (19) Elizabeth Gilbert and Mark Twain Alexandra (27) I don't keep track of creators. I pay attention to their words, their lessons. Alexandra (19) Walt Whitman, Jean Paul Satre, Ernst Hemingway, Robert Frost Alexandra (24) This week, James Joyce Alexandra (18) Nabokov, DH Lawrence, Trifonov, Sontag Alexandra (24) havent read any prose Alexandra Bryhter (24) Thoreau Alexandra SweetTale4u Cruz Alexandre Dumas Alexandre (28) Voltaire AlexandriaHMerlin (40) Voltaire, Confucius and Albert Einstein AlexandriaLHash (30) Gabriel García Márquez, Lucy Maud Montgomery. alexandrine (15) Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, Mary Wollstonecraft Alex C. any, just as long as i learn from them Alexis Johnson (19) Beatrice Potter Aley (60) John Kennedy Toole, Gabriel García Márquez and many others al-g (24) Flaubert, Anita Brookner and Dostoievsky. Ali (37) George Orwell, Christopher Hitchens, Stephen King. Ali A. Rizvi Don't have one, if not many... Alice don't know Alicein1derland (27) many writers, most of them Spanish poets Alicia (68) Huxley, Bradbury, Prus, Lem alicja (38) J.K. Rowling and Victor Hugo. Aliid Wilde, Huysmans, Cioran Alin (23) Orwell, Hemingway, Williams, Duras, Gary... Aline Guiraudie (36) huxley alipans (57) Numerous: Hitchens, Vladimir Nabokov, Orwell, Saadat H. Manto, Ghalib Alishba Zarmeen (24) lewis carroll, mary gaitskill, jonathan safran foer, orson scott card, phillip pullman alison wonderland proust, hemmingway, nietzsche, thomas hardy AliZaidi (29) ? alli (49) Toni Morrison Allison (33) Vladimir Nabokov, Cormac Mccarthy Allison (20) Virginia Woolf, Lawrence. Allison not sure allison (19) Charlotte Bronte and Jeffrey Eugenides Allison Jean (21) At the moment, Rick Bragg, Flannery O'Connor, Feinman, Will and Ariel Durant Allison Jean Hazen (34) too many to write, chaucer, irving, dostyevsky, marquez alliswell (62) Milan Kundera Alma (25) Beverly Jenkins Alma Jean Porter (70) Nicholson Baker, Marquez, Palahniuk, Julian Barnes almavidrio (35) I just read a story by Goethe that was one of the weirdest and most magical things I ever read. Altjungr (30) Gabriel Garzia Marquez, Kurt Vonnegut and Franz Kafka Alvilda (20) - Alx too many to name alya (17) Varies Alyanna (22) T.S.Elliot Alyce J. I don't have one Alyssa Cordova (17) The stories I write are based on your nightmares. You could say that we are collaborators. I prefer to decide on the endings myself, though. Alyssa Darkling Don't know. Alyssa Moonchild (16) anything new or even the classics AM Alice Walker Amanda elizabeth gilbert Amanda (42) Molière? Amandine (31) Daphne du Maurier. Amber (18) Marquez, Henry James, Margaret Atwood, Jane Austen, Hillary Mantel, Alice Munroe, Fitzgerald, Woolf Amber (37) Marquez, Henry James, Margaret Atwood, Jane Austen, Hillary Mantel, Alice Munroe, Fitzgerald, Woolf Amber (37) None Ame (37) R. L. Stine Amelia (13) What is prose? Amelia Gates (formerly Pippet) (10) Tolkien, Pratchett, Dickens. ameliowata (20) Dickens, Twain Americanoid (50) Fitzgerald, Capote, Rand, Shakespeare americanwoman (62) stephanie meyer ames (21) i don't have ammb (29) Murakami, Ayn Rand, Rowling, many actually Amrita (22) Rebecca Stead, Madeliene L'Engle amu Barbara Kingsolver, Sue Monk Kidd Amy (33) Nisha S, arul m Amy (28) Tolkien, Rowling, A.C. Doyle, N. Roberts, and too many more to count amy (33) Virginia Wolf Amy (35) Classic -- Harper Lee; Current -- Leslie Meier and Laura Child Amy Becker; Character: Merriwether Finch (27) Joan Didion, Miranda July, Oscar Wilde and Stephen Hawking. Amy Cottington-Bray jacqueline wilson amz (16) forster, kundera. Ana (21) neil gaiman, jose saramago, gabriel garcia marquez, osho Ana (30) parker, tolkien, nietzsche ana (16) Steinhardt, Renard ana (34) Jane Austen Ana Carolina (16) Don't have any. Analise (40) Felisberto Hernandez Anam (26) Franz Kafka, Albert Camus, Paulo Coelho and Edgar Allan Poe. Ana Marija (20) DFW, Borges, uh, eh, I don't read anything Ananke (25) gabriel garcia marques anasonic (29) Van Damme ancientrobot (31) none andraya (23) I don't read fiction. Andre Homer Andrea (16) Kurt Vonnegut, Lois Lowry, Ray Bradbury Andrea (13) Do not have a favorite AndreaFeliu (28) William Faulkner and Kurt Vonnegut. Andreas (19) Virginia Woolf Andrea SB (32) Me, my self, and I andres007 (19) I do not know. Andrew (22) Langston Hughes Andrew (25) Christopher Hitchens, Stephen Fry, Hilary Mantel Andrew (20) William S. Burroughs, Ernest Hemingway! Cormac Macarthy Andrew (28) don't have any Andrew (22) Those who share happiness instead of frustrations. andrew (24) Keats Andrew barlow (26) Orwell, Garcia-Marquez, Dostojewski Andy (25) Kerouac, Gaiman Andy (23) Kerouac, Gaiman Andy (23) I have none, like wine, i read what I enjoy. andy rayford (28) at the moment: Liz Gilbert.... was it prose? Also: Douglas Coupland, Zafon, Robert Williams ang (99) Nikos Kazantzakis Angel Daniel Silva, Eça Queirós Ângela (24) I think prose is obnoxious. Angela (30) Vladimir Nabokov, Jeffrey Eugenides, Margaret Atwood, Franz Kafka, Jack Kerouac, Sylvia Plath Angela (19) Those who write what make sense to me Angela Estrada (20) rkn angelina (26) the beat generation writers and women writers who spoke the truth about being a woman. Angel Rodrigues (41) i do not have one angie (29) Frank l Baum Ani Bro, I'm an English major Ani (22) Poe from the regular world and my dad from my world Anik (16) jonathan safran foer anjali Charlotte Bronte, E M Forster and Jane Austen Anjel (28) Toni Morrison, Maya Angelou, Anjelah49 (49) edgar allen poe. he is amazing Ankassandra (15) Amélie Nothomb, Will Christopher Baer, (Jonathan Carrol) Anke! (17) Havent read any so far. Ann (19) Michael Connelly Ann (62) Nikolai Gogol , Remarque and Flaubert Anna (20) Does Shakespeare count? Anna (20) I have no favorite. Anna (34) Murakami Haruki and about 20 others Anna Kalimar (18) Murakami Anna Maria (21) Shakespeare and Dr. Seuss. AnnaMay (51) Herta Muller, Colette, Bataille, Gombrowicz, Borowski, Konwicki, Hrabal, Hesse, Gretkowska etc. Anna O. james joyce, vonnegut, nabokov, dante, shakespeare, samuel beckett Anna Stein (21) Alice Munro, Willa Cather Ann Delaney (44) Ever changing Anne (21) Too many, too many. At the moment - Rushdie, Pamuk. Annelise (40) too many to list Anne Louise Sheldon (34) none Annie Anne Tyler, Anne Rivers Siddons, Lucy Maud Montgomery Anniel (62) I actually like Dan Brown AnonAzure (19) I don't have any. anonim (18) na anon moose (19) Judy Blume Ansley Stevenson (16) Chaucer Anthony (24) David Foster Wallace, Saul Bellow. Anthony D C (20) George Carlin-yet to be released 2016 Anthony Scine-Sceni (42) ? Antoinette (21) gerald durrell, roald dahl antoinette (24) Grahame Greene, Doris Lessing, James Baldwin, Tolstoy, Flaubert, Dostoyevsky, Jane Bowles, Capote, Philip Roth - there are so many! Anton (52) d h lawrence, thomas hardy, george eliot Antonina (20) Eça de Queirós Antonio Lemos (18) None Anty dan brown Anya (22) I don't often read prose. Anya (71) I couldn't say Anzi (27) Kathy Acker, George Bataille, Maurice Blanchard, a.o. (40) Alice Munro, Raymond Carver, Paul Auster, F Scott Fitzgerald Aoife Walsh Borges, Proust, Ronald Knox, Evelyn Waugh, Sydney Smith, George Steiner Apollo (58) Jack Kerouac Apos none Apply (30) Joyce, Austen, Dumas and Asimov April (20) David Clement-Davies April (21) Pynchon, Kafka, Cervantes, Proust AR (20) Fyodor Dostoevsky, Franz Kafka. Ara (15) Marion zimmer Bradley, Virginia Woolf, João Aguiar Aranneaa (19) Mervyn Peake, Jerzy Kosinski Ardent (30) Jean Rhys, Truman Capote, Sallinger A real phony (27) O henry, D.H. Lawrence, James Joyce, Thomas Hardy Areeba (25) I don't read often, so when I do I've been enjoying easier reads. Hunger Games was fun, tried Game of Thrones, settled on the show instead. Ari (29) Vinoit de Tole, Orimae Fallsbrook, Kiandra Terrigan Ariella Bordaine: Female Protagonist (20) Would Shakespeare count? Arizona (19) Well, I don't have a favorite prose writer, but I do have a favorite fashion writer...his name is Bello Sanchez Arnold Murray (42) Bob Dylan. AROG J.R.R. Tolkien, J.K. Rowling Artie (17) J.R.R. Tolkien (though he could also be a poet) and J.K. Rowling Artie Mondello (18) Haruki Murakami, Kurt Vonnegut, Voltaire. Aruz Elliott (29) I have yet to reach this conclusion. AS (32) William S. Burroughs, Nikos Kazantzakis, Thomas Merton. ascetic monk (51) Shakespeare, bronte Asfiya Mariam (21) Emily Bronte, Jane Austen, John Steinbeck, Richard Yates, Truman Capote, Flannery O'Conner. Ash (23) Jhumpa Lahiri, Anita Desai, Dan Brown, Paulo Coelho Ash (28) Vladimir Nabokov, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Lurlene McDaniel, Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaman Ash Orwell, Huxley, Bukowski, Hemingway and Wilde, despite very limited exposure to the last three. Ash Bloom (27) Camus, asherville (55) Edgar Allen Poe Ashley (18) Mary Shelly Ashley (20) not sure ashley baus (24) Cosmopolitan sex books are about all that interest you right now Ashley Brazil (17) F. Scott Fitzgerald, Nicolas Sparks Ashley Mannara (29) Laurence Sterne, Michael Ondatje, Mark Lord. Ashley Meller (26) sappho ashleytheresa (20) PG Wodehouse, Douglas Adams, Isaac Asimov, Neil Gaiman, Dawkins, Hawking, Guha, Frank Herbert, Kurt Vonnegut... Ashwin Murali (21) Neil Gaiman, Seth Godin, Sun Tzo Asi (21) Andre Schwarz-Bart, D.H. Lawrence, Styron, Stendahl asmitchel (67) dostoevsky, selby jr., nabokov ASN (25) Donna Tartt, Murakami Astri (36) Sharon Kay Penman, Voltaire, Astrid I don't read prose. Asuka Suzuki (13) Dostoyevsky Athar (25) I dont have a favorite Athena Lujan (17) Pagnol Atuona (38) I don't have one Aubrey Files (25) Linda Logan Aubrey Tate (21) John Green Audrey (17) Herman Hesse, Ernest Hemingway and Julio Verne. Audrey Bittencourt (24) George Orwel Audrey Mahone (29) zola augustine (70) William Shakespeare, edgar allen poe Auntie Em (35) Rick Riordan and JK Rowling. Each character of theirs is endlessly fascinating. Auntie Em (27) can't remember, I haven't read prose for long. Aurora (32) Anatole France Austin (19) I don't read prose, don't even know what it is. Austin Hobbs (16) H. P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, William S. Burroughs, Shel Silverstein, Dr. Seuss, etc Austin Kimmell (16) kelsey autumn (17) at the moment andre gide avecamour Buckowski, King. Awalker Nakobov, Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Conrad Aya Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Milan Kundera, Sylvia Plath ayda (25) Raymond Carver, Sommerset Maughm, ayem (57) Currently Leo Tolstoy - epic love aym (30) Camus a young boy (91) dostoevsky ayumi (20) I don't have a good answer to this one B (31) i don't know enough B (21) Shakespeare, Anne Rice Babette (42) daniel silva Babs anything romantic or unrequited love Baby (32) marcel dumas Bad Wolff paulo coelho, f scott fitzgerald, daphne du maurier, countless more i imagine baggal21 (28) Chuck Palahnuick. Bailey (19) JRR Tolkien Balaji Harish Iyer (20) Hitchens and Hedges. Bald Sky (38) Bukowski, Harper Lee, Hemmingway, Goulding, Orewell Bambi (17) Anna Quindlen barbara (50) prose? I never read it. Barbarita (21) Barbie LeBrun Barbielebrun Charley the beach chair (54) Adella Kalb and Sarah Powers Barbielebrun Garry the ghost crab (54) Mark Twain Baron Von Nazzenpoppel (46) at the moment satire like vonnegut basbas (22) unknown Batgirl (23) Dostoyevsky, Camus bc (22) Dostoyevsky, Camus bc (22) Fitzgerald Bea (18) Charlotte Bronte, Mary Shelley Bea (18) Mike Royko Bear (49) none bearoid (30) All the really good ones Beatlhoven (47) Daniel Pennac beatricegasti (30) Austen, Jilly Cooper, Irvine Welsh, the Russians Beatrice Moore (30) José Saranago Beatriz (13) durbey beauty (18) John Green, JKR, Jonathan Friesan Becca (16) Any Becca (17) Edgar Allen Poe, George Orwell Becca (21) Jane Austen Becca (19) I don't know Becca (20) ? Becca (21) Haruki Murakami BeckBeck (26) i know nothing becks (24) Charlotte Bronte Bee e.e. cummings beezer (64) Terry Pratchett. beezersneezer (46) Hillaire Belloc, Edward Gorey Beka (33) Lobo Antunes belita (39) have not yet decided, as i do not know enough on the subject bella (16) Oscar Wilde Belu (19) Samuel Beckett, Thomas Pynchon, and Murasaki Shikibu. Ben Next. Ben (23) Cormac McCarthy Benedict (38) Dostoevsky, Kafka, Lydia Davis Benjamin Thomas Isaac Asimov, Mary Renault, Hugh Nibley, Paula Fredriksen Benjamin Urrutia (61) Noah gordon Benjo (23) Asimov Ben Johns (21) Ann-Marie MacDonald, Margaret Atwood, Carole Shields Bennie (55) Shakespeare Ben Taylor John Irving Berlin (25) Wilde, Tolstoy, Dickens, Austen, Saki and Wodehouse Bernard Hartley (18) don't know Beth (20) Christopher Moore Bethany (23) James Patterson Bethany (22) I don't really have one. Beth Ellis (15) I do not have any. Beti (24) Orhan Pamuk Betty Usabiaga (37) In this Era, there is lots of prose and little verse from my perspective. I prefer Verse. Beu Mihac (15) David Foster Wallace, Dostoevsky, Kurt Vonnegut, J.D. Salinger, Voltaire... Bhakti Brophy (41) Paul Auster, David Foster Wallace Bhakti Brophy (45) Life. bhbhbh atwood, kerowak, wolfe,capote, bhl VS Naipaul, John Updike, Philip Roth, John Cheever, Thomas Wolfe, Bertrand Russell...Agyey Bhole Oscar Wilde Bianca (18) myself big dick (69) dont have one big guy (16) Edith Wharton, Anne Carson, Thoreau Bijan (27) GEOFFRY ARCHER BILLY (38) Contemporarily, Bill Bryson BillyBobABC123zzz james joyce jack kerouac billy boy watson (3) Gabriel Marquez, Franz Kafka Biochicklet DICK FRANCIS, LEE CHILD, JOHN GRISHAM & DAVID BALDACCI BIPS (46) i like it when people tell me stories bismuth Austen, Brontes, Pym BJ (56) many blabla (37) O'Henry Blackie (20) Mishima, Twain Blademan (60) Milan Kundera, David Foster Wallace Blaine (21) Too many to name. I like the lyrical styles that I can relate to Blair C. (29) Matthew Reilly, Dean Koontz, Stephen King Blake (17) Kate Blake (24) Proust, Eco, Duras, Cortázar, Blanca Parra (66) I can't pick just one blip52 (27) I don't read much prose blodot johnny (41) I wish I knew... BlondShamrock (16) None Blood (15) Stephen King Bluebird (27) Pass BlueOrchid (39) Leo Tolstoy and Charles Dickens Bluto (29) - BM (20) proust bmo What's.... uh.... nevermind. Bill James? Bob (22) Oh dear god, again? Actually, Jorge Luis Borges, but I note this is the first time we're going plural. bob (38) No clue Bob (32) Dostoyevsky, Andrić, Garcia Marquez Boba (22) henry miller bobblins Jim Butcher, Orson Scott Card, Terry Goodkind Bobby (22) I don't have a favorite Bobby (40) I dont have one Bobby (21) Shakespeare bobby Don't read much bobby (33) so many Bobia (25) Orson Card, A. Conan Doyle, Gould boku_wa_kami (25) one who inspires me Bonnie (15) From which era? bookloverva (58) Roberto Bolano, Kerouac Boris (16) I love writing prose better than reading. Therefore, I'm my own favourite prose writer. Borrie (33) Proust, Chekhov, Hugo, Nabokov Brad (17) I dig Walter Mosley Brad Connors kevin smith brad w (35) JD Salinger Brady (31) Albert Camus, JRR Tolkien, DH Lawrence, Goethe. bram-stienkt-vermeire-ja! (18) Robert Graves, Marcel Proust, Virginia Woolf, Issac Asimov, George R. R. Martin, Arthur C. Clarke, JK Rowling, Brandon Nobles (31) J.R.R. Tolkein (based on the movies) Bree (23) Emily Brontë Bree Ogden Camus Brendan (24) steve king brent (33) Paul Kindstedt, he wrote a book about the history of cheese Brett Ferguson (42) Stephen King Bri (28) I don't read willingly bri (17) Kurt Vonnegut, Orson Scott Card, Neil Gaiman, Ayn Rand Brian (22) Cormac McCarthy, Nicholson Baker, Andrew Vachss, Stephen King Brian (37) Mark Twain Brian A. Henegar (26) I don't know what that is, but I saw that someone put F. Scott Fitzgerald, he's cool. BriannaBabyFYS13 No idea BriannaFYS13 (18) none brian S (58) Virginia Woolf Brick (21) F. Scott Fitzgerald Brinley (15) John Grisham Bri Toro At the moment, Paulo Coelho, Isabel Allende, Margaret Atwood, Janet Fitch and Adrian Stumpp Britta Bandit (30) Maya Angelou Brittney Miller (20) José Saramago brns alice walker isabelle allende gabriel marquis broad (45) j.r.r. tolkien Brock Schwarzkopf (29) Albert Camus, Aldous Huxley, Jean Paul Sartre, Ayn Rand, Ian Fleming, Chinua Achebe Bron Blackwell (37) Shakespeare Brooke Borges, and Faulkner. Bruce Bennett (20) My girlfrend, when she ever does write prose. Rarely. Brutus (20) Shakespeare, McCarthy. Bryan R. (21) L'Engle, Austen, and Chopin Brynlea (17) Stephen King Brynn (18) i have none Bryon Springer (25) Kerouac bubby (43) none buckyballs (35) Robert Rodi Buddy (34) collins, penelope lively, bug thomas Pynchon Bugsy The playwrights David Johnston and Stephen Kaplan; the novelists Truman Capote, Sidney Sheldon and Michael Cunningham. Bulldozer (50) At the moment, Mich Hedgeburg, Bob Dylan, John Lennon bunny Pope, Swift, Dryden, and Baldwin Burella (61) nabokov, houllenbecq, cheever Burke (47) Dont know Burnable_Material_Here (18) FRANZ KAFKA BUTTERFLY (41) Chetan Bhagat,Mujtaba Ali butunn (19) Franz Kafka Byriver Bloke (24) wollstencraft, Joyce, Nabokov, Wilde, Austen, Melville BZ John Irving, Christopher Isherwood, Milan Kundera, Phillip Pulman, Alan Bennett, Dorothy Parker. C forester c (21) none C (14) F. Scott Fitzgerald C (20) none cacharel (37) Edna O'Brien and Kurt Vonnegut Caidy (54) Joan Didion, Fitzgerald Cailey Machado de Assis and Jorge Amado Caio (18) G. Orwell Caitlin (21) Yeats, and Blake cakes (41) Neil Gaiman, C.S Lewis, J.R.R Tolkien, and J.K Rowling Cal (20) mmmmmm... i dont have any :P Cami (14) Anais Nin. I narrow down only by who came first to mind.... why have one? how can you have only one? Camille (52) Christopher Moore and Neil Gaiman. Candice (23) Michael Crichton, Christopher Moore, Lewis Carroll, Jean Plaidy, Margaret George, and J.K. Rowling. Candy Genet, Capote, Camus Captain Crunch Tayari Jones, Michael Connelly, James Lee Burke, John Kennedy Toole, Charles Bukowski carlajwms (49) Adolf Hitler Carla Tate (19) Too many to name Carlie (24) RL Stevenson, Mary McCarthy, Jane Austen, Iris Murdoch Carlisle Borges. Carlo (26) Geoffrey Chaucer, William Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde, Camille Paglia Carlos A. (24) Plath, Salinger, Vonnegut, Plascencia, Foer Carly (19) In no particular order - Edith Wharton, Sylvia Plath, David Nicholls, Alan de Botton, Emile Zola Carly (21) Lena Dunham Carly C (27) their are too many to choose from Carol (60) Julio Cortazar carolina (23) Ernest Hemingway, Oscar Wilde Caroline (38) Dostoyevsky, Balzac, Proust, Mauriac Caroline (25) Elizabeth von Arnim, Marquez, Calvino, Flaubert, Tom Hodgkinson Caroline (33) Edmond Rostand St Exupery caroline (45) Austen, Tolstoy, Toni Morrison, Barbara Kingsolver, Carol Lacoss (62) Thomas Mann. Carolyn (18) NA Carrie Marion Zimmer Bradley Carrie (44) any that write horror, thrillers and manage to give me goosebumps cartike Martina Cole Cas (25) Robert Frost Cass (20) WHat? Cassandra Watkins (21) I'm sure it's Huysman, and maybe Wilde, too. It's obvious, isn't it? Cassie (16) I don't know. Cast (17) At the moment, John Steinbeck Cat (36) I dont have favourites Cat (24) n/a Cat (26) Ernst Hemmingway Cat Pascal Bruckner cat (20) too many Catalina (44) Vargas Llosa, Sábato, Saramago Catalina Jiménez Correa (27) not sure Cate (23) Fitzgerald Cate (33) Cartarescu Catelline (26) Jack Kerouac Catherine Currently Ellen Hopkins and Jay Asher. Catherine Jean Covey, Willink Catherine Mitchell None Cathlow Harmon (50) Walt Whitman and Ernest Hemingway Catlin Benjamin the three initiates Cat Podd (37) Neil Gaiman, Markus Zusak, Shakespeare, S. King for now. Catrina (15) Don't know any Cattie Chong (26) ....... CAVCAV (26) Social scientists CC (18) no favorites ccchnl Tolstoj, Dostoevskij, Marguerite Yourcenar, Arthur Schnitzler cdl (35) Hardy, Dickens, Burgess Cee Cee (17) No particular. Celia (15) Virginia Wolf, Tolkien and Dostoievski, Balzac, Sartre and Kafka cenire (25) Neil Gaiman,Stephen King. cerisetea (34) myself Cestmoi Oscar Wilde. C face. (22) Proust,, Hesse cfm (37) H.P. Lovecraft ch Hemingway Chancelor C.J. King (19) Not a fan of prose Chandra Alexander (24) Not much of a reader no favorites. Channon (45) John Green Channy (19) Cortázar, Ibargüengoitia, Joseph Conrad Chari (21) ???? Charlene (17) Not familiar with prose writers Charlene (18) Shakespeare, Mark Twain, Carl Sagan, Arthur C. Clarke, Ernest Hemingway Charles L Davis Jr (51) thomas hardy, cormac macarthy, joanne harris, martin amis charlotte (29) People who see the humour in their experiences, light and dark Charlotte (18) The ones that make me stop and consider their words. Charlotte H. (23) Jeanette Winterson, Kerouac, Virginia Woolfe Charly Mariaan (49) Jerry Spinelli and Margaret Atwood Chary Silva (22) the list is endless chay (40) No one in particular Cheche (40) Spinoza cheeky (26) Steven Saylot Cheemargh (36) edgar allen poe chele Enid Blyton chelle (47) I have none. Chelsea (23) Robert Frost. Chelsea Smith (24) J.R.R. Tolkien, George R.R. Martin, Jane Austen, Elizabeth Gilbert Chelsea Whiting (26) None Cheri D. Tina Fey, Shadows of the WInd guy Cherie (40) ? Cherish Robinson (21) Margaret Atwood, Stephen King, Neil Gaiman Cherlyn (40) Have not a favourite but non favourites Cherub (30) Mark Twain Cheryl Barnette (59) Oscar Wilde Cheshire (22) too many! Chickpea (31) Shakespeare Chico (46) Robert A. Heinlein and Sun Tzu ChiefJ42 (44) stephen king, clive barker chiklitz76 (39) Chabon Chili (17) Ruben Dario Chinita (34) paulo coehlo chinnu (20) VKN Chinnu (38) Alexander Dumas Chip Griphix (35) Wut? Chiu Jing Hua (17) And the say they are good men Chonda None Choraven (32) Edgar Allen Poe. Chris (16) No one Chris I couldn't choose if I tried. Chris (19) T.E. Lawrence, E.M. Forster, George Orwell Chris S. lao-tzu, william blake Christa (27) Whitman Christabelle (29) Thomas Hardy, Michael Ondaatje, Max Frisch, Robert Walser, Kafka Christian (44) Иван Вазов Christian Boyanov (24) frost, shakespeare, chaucer Christian Soldier (33) When I did read, classics such as Homer, Plato Christina (26) Oscar Wilde. JM Barrie. Any and all. Christina Kronberg (23) Shakespeare, Mark Twain Christina Tounzen Cormac McCarthy Christina X. (37) dont have any christine (18) William Faulkner, Cormac McCarthy, Kafka, Hemingway, Henry Miller Christobel (17) William Faulkner, Cormac McCarthy, Ernest Hemingway, David Milch, Henry Miller Christobel in College (18) Henry James, Anton Chekhov Christopher (24) Marcel Proust, Salman Rushdie, Umberto Eco, Herman Hesse. Christopher Blaum (37) I do not understand prose Christopher Boone At the moment, J. D. Salinger Christopher James Stagg (16) You can never go wrong with a well-written travel novel Christopher M. (31) William Gibson at the moment. Christopher Mitchell (17) Dwayne McDuffie Christopher Ross (23) Stephen King and Anne Rice (who almost got it right) christy (44) Rober Frost Christy Turner (50) dostoevsky, tolstoy, szymborska Chuck (43) I don't specify Chunky Lover Im really not sure. I don't care to read Ciara (24) Edgar Allen Poe, George Orwell Ciara (22) Haven't got any~ Ciera (16) Richard Wright, Malcolm X Cilie (50) Don't know. Cindy At the moment ... cindy (50) I read alot of books , i don't focus on the authors Cindy (24) Michael Crichton, et al Cindy (22) James Joyce, Virginia Woolfe Cindy (50) too many to choose CindyLu (58) Shakespeare Cissa Fireheart (32) Sue Townsend, Oliver jeffers cizz john fowles, jk rowling CJN (21) I could never choose just one. Karl Marx. Claire We never had enough money for books growing up. Claire (32) Jane Austen, as always. Claire Bartholomew (16) Annie Dillard, James Lee Burke ClaireW (65) Chuck Palahniuk Clancy Salinger, Dafoe Clara (20) whitman Clara Yann Martel Clarissa (18) I do not read a lot of prose Clark Kent Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman Clark Langridge (32) carlos fuentes Claudia (36) Clay Douglass: Updike and Ellison Clay Douglass (34) ? clazza mgee I dont know much about poetry Clelia Beatriz Valdez (22) Bukowski. clockwork (34) Arthur Conan Doyle, Wilkie Collins, Stephen King, Jodi Picoult cm (57) I don't read prose cobweb (24) John Betjeman CockneyKnight (48) Currently, George R. R. Martin, Ursula K. Le Guin and Philip K. Dick, writers I return to are always Henry Miller, Farley Mowat and John Irving Coco (31) Frankl Coco (19) I will find one. CocoPuff2016 (44) I like all literature codered (18) j.k Rowling Cody (25) Joseph Campbell, Mark Twain, J.R.R. Tolkien Cody Gould (17) Anne Lamott Col (41) Stephen King and Robertson davies Colin (39) Kazuo Ishiguro and Antonya Nelson right now. Colin (22) Faik Konica and Paulo Coelho Colorful (28) I can't read. Colton (27) to many to list comnomnomor (15) anyone Canadian, the Confederation Poets Connie egar allen poe Connor Dostoyevsky. Connor Jack Kerouac and Franz Kafka constanceeee (19) Albert Camus Constantin (32) E.B. White, Anne Lamott and Augusten Burroughs Consuela james clavell Cookie len deighton cookie none cookie (51) Thomas Mann Cora (26) Mary Higgins Clark Core (25) People who care about things other than themselves. Corey none corinne Pierre Loti Cory (22) steve martin cpaters1 (26) None, or all depending on how you look at it cr I don't like the idea of having heroes/heroines or favorites so thus I don't have any. Craig Suga Biles (22) None Crimson (60) Jane Austen cris dulce chacon,ken follet Crisfe (31) Dont have one Cristi Lots. Crystal (17) Virginia Wolf, Anna Kavan, Jean Rhys, Margaret Atwood, Anais Nin, Margarita Karapanou, Patricia Highsmith, Proust, Kafka, Ballard,etc Crystal (32) Qian Zhongshu Crystal (22) N/A Crystal (34) Atmonius Crystal (35) I do not know csheehan (17) Dovstoyevski cuchi (40) Hugo, Balzac, Zola, Dickens, Wilde, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Rebreanu cucu (26) Victor Hugo, Shakespeare, Tolkien, Saramago, Garcia Marquez, Homero, Proust, Poe, Balzac, Cervantes.. and many others cvelez (64) robert fulghum by far... cweekly Ernest Hemingway d0701 (29) Murakami Haruki,, and Kurt Vonnegut Jr. DAD Is prose like a story? Dr. Seuss then. Dad (42) Colette, Updike, Henry James, Salinger, Fitzgerald Daffy Sue Esposito (60) Don't have one - prefer reality bok Daisy (27) Jack Kerouac, but I do admire many Daisy (17) Mark Twain Daisy none Dakota Swaveman (18) Leo Tolstoy, Nikolay Bulgakov, Jack Vance. D_Alex (46) Jean-Paul Sartre, Rimbaud, Albert Camus dA member: sonicbutterfly (17) None at the moment Damien TC (36) David Sedaris Dan (29) Michael Connely, Jeffery Deaver, Timothy Zahn, Tom Clancy Dan roald dahl Dan (20) Matthew Riley, Jack DuBrul, James Rollins Dan (39) i dont have one dan Paul, from the bible, Ms. Maple Msteries Dan (51) Sylvia Plath Danae (17) Chuck Palahniuk Danger (16) Steinbeck, Alice Walker, Tom Robbins, Larry McMurtry, David Sedaris, etc... Dani (31) sergei lukyanenko, Tolkein Dani (19) Scott F fitzgerald Daniel Below Victor Hugo Daniella (27) Oscar Wilde, Jane Austen. Danielle (15) Alfred Noyes. Edgar Allen Poe. Sappho. Angela Davis. Danielle (35) not sure DanielleKeith (19) F. Scott Fitzgerald. Daniel Molina (20) John McGahern Daniel Stephens (Character Sketch) (22) shakespeare daniiii (18) Prose? DaniStory (29) Vince Flynn, Tom Clancy, Michael Crichton, Dean Koontz Danny (25) ayn rand Daph (45) Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson Darcy (20) anatole france dario (21) Stephan King, Shirley Jackson, J.K. Rowling Darlene (29) I don't have one. Darnell C.S. Forrester, Patrick O’Brien, Herman Melville, Loren Eiseley. Dave Cresswell (46) London DaveG (39) I am not educated enough in the works of prose to say Davey (18) Hunter S Thompson DaveyD (24) Shakespeare David (19) Shakespeare. David (10) Cormac McCarthy, Frederick Buechner, James Joyce, Borges David (24) Jean Claude Lalumière David (51) gabriel garcia marquez david baiguera (35) Plato, Ovid, Shakespeare David E.J.A Bennett (29) Marcel Proust David K (46) Fulcanelli, Dostoyevsky, Cortazar, Kerouac, Henry Miller, Artaud, Robert Graves. David ROWE (42) Verne, Auster, Eco, David Sergio Cisneros Ardura (46) Haruki Murakami, Oscar Wilde. David Timme (19) Edgar Allan Poe. Davie (16) Dickens, Jesse Stuart Dawn Robinette (51) Nikki Giovanni, Maya Angelou, Alice Walker Daxion Mr. Dax Johnson (29) Percy Bysshe Shelley, Elizabeth Bishop Daydreamer (63) Percy Bysshe Shelley, Elizabeth Bishop Daydreamer (63) Hemingway, Thesiger, Flaubert dbrown (24) none dcsnowbunny (25) Marquez, Steinbeck Dd (43) A great many. DDG9000 (25) Victor Hugo and Steinbeck Dea (40) Somerset Maugham, Willa Cather D. E. Alvis (58) Hemingway, Joyce and Twain (haven't read any of their works yet), Green, Blume, Carroll Dean (17) Edgar Allen Poe DeAndre Beck (20) Zora Neale Hurston DeAnna Alexander (35) Camu, Orwell Deanna Sanders (44) Charles Dickens and Harper Lee Deb (37) Too many to name. Debby Creech-West (43) Virginia Woolf, ZJames Lee Burke, and Gloria Naylor Deborah S. Wilson (56) Luce Irigaray Declan Cohen (35) None De-De (36) Shakespeare Dee (19) - delice_ok (21) i dont know. aven't thought of that dendoo (23) Don't have a favorite Denine (24) None Denise 1 Ravi Zacharias, Lincoln Dennis (61) I like Steven King and John Saul. Scary stuff is cool. Dennis Theodore (37) Nikos Kazantzakis. denny (23) G.K. Chesterton, C.S. Lewis Denny Yasunari Kawabata, Nick Joaquin, Salman Rushdie, Densio (25) Virginia Woolf Derek (27) Don't think I've ever heard of a prose writer Derek Ambrose (22) Ernest Hemingway devanand I don't like to read... Devon (18) Shakespeare, poe, paulo coelho. Devon Lisenby (20) James Joyce and Richard Brautigan Dev Tucker (17) adele parks jkrowling shakespeare Devu (22) Don't have one Dezirae18 None DH (39) elizabeth peters, clive cussler diana (52) those who express my thoughts, but with eloquence Diana (20) J.K.Rowling maybe... Diana (15) no favorites Diana nabokov, wodehouse Diarre Ibrahim (22) I do not have one dida (14) Gabriel García Márquez. Diego Miguel Danura Puyó (30) William S. Borroughs, David Foster Wallace Dietgingerale Not sure what a prose writer is..... Dilip C Louis (32) Michail Bulgakov. Dimitar Atanasov (25) JK Rowling Dindin (20) None Dino (18) Albert Camus. dionysis_dt (24) Ernest Hemingway Dirk Radman (35) Alan Moore, Steven Pinker, Richard Dawkins, Robert A. Heinlein Dixon Wragg none Dj Doyle, Flann O'Brien, George McDonald Fraser, Eric Hobsbawm dlew919 (40) ? dmca (38) i don't know Doc55 (55) Jane Austin Dolna (39) Calvino, maybe Dolores Nabokov (26) ssssss Dom Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Flannery O'Connor Dominick (23) Fyodor Dostoyevsky and Jean-Paul Sartre Dominick Miller (19) Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Flannery O'Connor, George Orwell and Plato Dominick Miller (20) Ernest Hemingway, Fyodor Dostoyevesky, Plato. Dominick Miller (21) Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Agatha Christie DonAli (33) Thoreau, Dickens donkeys4eva (20) George Orwell, Harlan Ellison, Phillip K Dick, Franz Kafka Doob Doggo (21) nabokov, milan kundera, italo calvino, charles dickens doodledoo12345 stephen king, bentley little Dori (23) ann tyler, anne pachett dorothy6@aol.com (50) Yourcenar Dothzilla (33) Emmerson, Thoreau, and those of that era Doug (30) Me! Doug!! Jean Plaidy who weaves historical fact into her fiction. Bryce Courtenay Doug Lambert (65) Faulkner, and the little bit of Joyce I've read Douni Recent 10 years: Garcia Marquez; Haruki Murakami, Hemingway Dracontomelum (30) Marko Šelić, Lav Tolstoj Dragana (22) Oh dear. There are too many. How could I choose two, or even twenty, without offending the rest in my mind? Dragontongue (22) John Keats, Marcel Proust, Lord Byron Dre (17) Sartre Dreamboat Annie Dostoevski, J. D. Salinger DreamBrother (27) Celine, Sartre, Nietzsche Dreda (23) Nabokov Drella (26) J.D Salinger Drew (26) chuck palahniuk, dostoyevsky drift Prose? Such frivolity. I do not read prose! Dr. Isaac Busafalus (53) Proust, Dostoevsky, McCullers, Frame. Dru (24) Early King (writing as Bachman), Bernard Cornwell, Nabokov, Ian Fleming, Heinlein, Huxley. Drucar (45) nobody ds (45) Nicholson Baker, T.H.White, Patrick O'Brian, Dave Eggers. D.S.de.P.Ramos Paulo Cohleo Ducky Shakespeare Dude (49) i dont have any duke (18) Shakespeare isn't half bad, I don't know if you've heard of him. Duncan Passell (17) jinyong dustxii (22) none Dutchess Anne Rice, Stephen King Dutchess Hunter S. Thompson and Dostoevsky Dvach (18) At the moment, Ray Bradbury D.X (22) Vladimir Nabokov, Hunter S. Thompson Dylan (17) What? Dylan Adams (25) alots E at the moment, van gogh, keats and kafka e (28) Haruki Murakami, currently. E (20) Neil Gaimen eagleclaw (35) Dickens, Dostoyevsky, etc. E.A. Latham (25) I'm not much of a reader. EAR (19) Camus Eau (45) Hemingway Ed (30) richard yates, richard wright, john williams ed Shakespeare. The apostles eddiboy Elmore Leonard. Oscar Wilde. Eddie (48) I have none Eddie (12) Anyone who puts the effort in Eden (19) Proust, Mishima, Tolkien Edgar Roberts (15) Overall, at least right now, Camus, Virginia Woolf, and Charles Dickens Edie (26) Alexandre Dumas Edmond Dantes (26) There are too many: Ha Jin, Dostoyevsky, Seneca, Henry Miller are but a few. Edouard (41) pass Eduardo (19) Sabato EduGri (53) Ayn Rand Effie (34) Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Baudelaire, Goethe, Melville, Hamsun, Pascal, Rousseau, Thoreau, Kafka, Sartre, Artaud, Barrès, Céline, Stendhal efha (23) Oğuz Atay ehk2 (30) ? EHM Camus, Kafka. Eiichi (16) I dont read much Eilfa (28) peter gammons...murakami, vonnegut, halberstam. EJ (29) Maybe Toni Morrison; I have read a lot of her books but I love so many authors E.Jay (21) Henry Miller, Anais Nin, Michael Chabon, Margaret Atwood ejb (22) James Baldwin, Ishmael Reed El (23) Huxley, Pirsig el3vat0r Jules Verne, Arthur Clarke, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Jessica Zafra, Bob Ong, Nick Joaquin elay (21) David Hontiveros, Randy David, Arthur Clarke, Ryunosuke Akutagawa, Nick Joaquin, Douglas Adams, H.G. Wells elay (23) Arthur Clarke, H.G. Wells, Ryunosuke Akutagawa, Nick Joaquin elay (24) boris vian,sartre, camus, egar allan poe, tolkien, salinger eldar (25) I don't know what that means Eleanor (14) Ray Bradbury, H. P. Lovecraft, Flannery O'Connor Electryo (15) Oscar Wilde, Charlotte Bronte, Lewis Carroll Elena στηβεν κινγκ ελενη (33) Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, J.R.R. Tolkien, John Le Carre, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Arundhati Roy, Vikram Seth, Umberto Eco, Erica Jong, Graham Greene. Victor Hugo, Edgar Allan Poe, Leo Tolstoy, Gustave Flaubert, Gabriele D'Annunzio. Elena Di Cesare a grrek writer eleni (18) Dorothy Parker, Anne Rice, Lewis Caroll, Brothers Grim, Hans Christian Anderson. Eleni Constantinou (20) Edgar Allen Poe Elexia (19) not sure Elexis (18) Gene Wolf, Neil Gaiman, China Mieville, Ursula K Le Guin, William Gibson, Bruce Sterling and many many more Elias (22) John Irving, Tom Robbins, Umberto Eco Eliaz McMillan (33) edgar allen poe eliciabg (23) Agatha Christie. Elie (16) dan simmons Elin (47) Albert Camus Elisabeth (22) Edgar Allan Poe and H.P. Lovecraft Elisabeth Carver Proust Elissa (22) Jane Austen, Jasper Fforde, and J.K. Rowling Elizabeth Lois McMaster Bujold, Jim Butcher, Patricia Briggs, Stephenie Meyer, Orson Scott Card, Wen Spencer Elizabeth (25) J.D. Salinger will always have my heart. Elizabeth (15) I could only enjoy children's books; so, any children's author. Elizabeth Diane Shaffer (0) Because I only lived 13 months, I choose children's books; therefore, I prefer any children's book authors. Elizabeth Diane Shaffer (0) mind is blank ElleKay Thomas Friedman Ellen (48) Steinbeck, Fitzgerald, Capote, Runyon Ellen Oscar Wilde, and varies. Ellen B Smiley (29) Trollope, Dickens, Cheever, Wilder, Updike, Bellow, Eliot Ellen Fitzpatrick (61) They do not have prose in comic books to my knowledge Ellie (25) F. Scott Fitzgerald, E.M.Forster, Evelyn Waugh Ellie_Estrella (19) poe homer and ness Ellie Wilson (15) George Orwell. Elliot Junot Diaz, Toni Morrison Elliott (28) Guy Adams, Carlos Ruiz Zafon and Donna Tartt, though this changes all the time. Elliott Hemp (23) Julio Cortázar, Jorge Luis Borges, Milan Kundera elSigno (37) Kafka, Márquez, J.D Salinger, Tennessee Williams... Ema (18) Salinger, McCarthy, Shakespeare, Allison emdonnelly7 She is not well read, but smart in her own right. emdonnelly7 I do not read silly books for entertainment. Emilee Nightshade (19) Milan Kundera. Emilia Blancarte Jaber J.R.R. Tolkien, Diana Wynne Jones, Diane Duane Emilie (23) Stephen King Emilina (27) victor hugo emilio (28) Marcel Proust, Helen Fielding, Paulo Coelho Emillia (16) John Steinbeck and Arthur Conan-Doyle. Emily (19) ? Emily (24) billy collins, ee cummings, rumi emily (24) Dostoevsky, Wilde, Joyce Emily (22) george orwell Emilyann (22) Ken Follett and Dean Koontz Emily Carter (37) Robert Bolt, Harper Lee, Bram Stoker Emma (20) oh no. emma (18) John steinbeck and others Emma (20) Hawthorne, Walden Emma (34) George Saunders, Emma Donnague, emma (20) William Faulkner, Toni Morrison, Flannery O'Connor, Carson McCullers Emme (21) Sun Tzu, Machiavelli Emperor Aisel Fei Shiang (18) F. Scott Fitzgerald Empyrean (17) Dostoievsky, Proust, Hesse, Stendhal, Petronius, Flaubert, Goethe, to name some encolpio8 (22) Dostoevsky, Turgenjev , Aristotle Endimion Michel de Montaigne endor Anne McCaffrey, John Irving, Jane Austen ENEgck (56) Ray Bradbury Engel (48) If I had one, I wouldn't write at all Enis Proust, Shakespeare, Kafka and Eco Eno A. Agolli (15) Clarke, Copeland. I rarely read prose. Enrique (21) Fyodor Dostoevsky and Jack Kerouac. Eric (15) Joyce, Perec, Salinger Eric (40) Edgar Allan Poe, Anne Rice, H.P. Lovecraft, Neil Gaiman Eric (37) Beckett, Carver, McCarthy, Nietzsche. Eric (19) ? Erica dostoevskij, tolstoij, harper lee Erica (25) Voltaire Erica Johnson (21) John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Mick Jagger, Pete Townshend, Bono Eric C. Wolfe (28) David Eddings, Tom Clancy Erich (20) Susan Sontag, Nora Ephron, David Sedaris. Erich (19) Isaac Asimov Erict7 Allen Ginsburg Erik (25) Oscar Wilde and Christopher Isherwood Erik Isaac (19) Dylan Thomas Erik Price (18) Edgar Allan Poe and Shakespeare Erin (27) Sandbergy Erin (53) Homer Erin (30) Margarett Atwood. Erin At the moment, Cheryl Strayed, and always, Saul Bellow Erin (31) Italo Calvino, Ayn Rand esayer (35) Leo Tolstoy Escalus (22) Oscar Wilde, Jamie O'Neill Escapism (19) Stephen Fry, Donna Tartt Esmé (18) Dostoyevsky , Thomas Mann, Stendhal, Harry mulisch, amitav gosh, vs Naipaul Esmee fidelius (54) I have none ESMERELDA (50) Don't have one Estacia Hernandez (37) Henry Rollins, Kurt Vonnegut, Stephen King, Charles Bukowski esteban (29) Fedor Dostoyevski, ErnestHemmingway, Günter Grass, Yukio Mishima Esteban (23) gabriel garcia marquez y truman capote estrella blanca unsure Et (32) Aristotle. Plato. James Baldwin. Et Cetera (22) Proust! and Stendhal, Dostoevsky, Flaubert.... Etha (26) hemingway, and raymond carver ethan (20) Christopher Hitchens, George Orwell, John F. Kennedy, Harper Lee Ethan Mayatt (25) I have no idea Eva (23) Margaret Atwood Eva (16) fuck em all but cormac mccarthy evan ass hatch (18) Jane Austen, John Green, J.K. Rowling, J.D. Salinger Evanna (18) Melina Marchetta, Jaclyn Moriarty, Paulina Simons (I just went for favourite authors) Evie (22) Albert Camus, Franz Kafka, Julio Cortázar, Jorge Luis Borges and José Rafael Pocaterra evilwonders (28) Do not ask me for I do not know. evren (16) At the moment, Kurt Vonnegut Ezra (20) i don't have one facio (19) leo tolstoy fallen (24) Nikos Kazantzakis and Fedor Dostoievski Fanourios (40) Lovecraft, and Poe for the most part. fatgaynig (20) Shakespeare Fatima (19) None Fatima (26) Whoever wrote that book about the King's life. I read it a few years ago. Fawna (19) F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jane Austen Fay (22) Carroll, Barrie, Bryson, Fry feanix (20) Dunno Ferroever (43) I haven't read much fictional prose... fersfumero (28) Frank Herbert, Amy Tan, Anchee Min, Terry Pratchett, J.R.R. Tolkien, Stephen King FeydRautha (46) erica jong, charlaine harris, Feysweetie (43) Thom York, John Lennon, Bob Dylan fhickey (22) Diana Wynne Jones, Roald Dahl Fidjeridodu (30) Maybe周卫慧 Fields (19) the people who writes the classified section of the newspapers filinia (22) At the moment: Truman Capote, Joan Didion. final fashion (33) Ah, too many to name...That Marcel Proust fellow come to mind. Finnegan Magondolovich (Long Story...) I fear I am not well educated in prose to answer this question Finokio (38) John le Carre fk2005 (34) Thucydides, Cicero, Churchill, Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Stephen King. FlameHorse (28) I'll answer as I did before with the musicians: Those who move me. Flantasy Girl (25) I'm not informed enough on that subject to form such an opinion flavia (13) george bernanrd shaw Flo Anne Tyler, Alistair McLeod, Anne-Marie MacDonald, Marian Engel (dec.), Hugh MacLennan Flora (69) James Joyce. Florin-Alexandru Brănescu (16) Hemingway Flower (39) too many to name Floyd Joe Abercrombie, Chuck Palahniuk and Glen Cook right now FlyinMonki (27) Stephen King ForePlinger 钱钟书(?) and 李碧华 (I think?) ForSavvy none francesca (49) Jesus, I have no clue Francesca José Saramago and Milan Kundera Francisca Bastos (17) Ray Bradbury, Hermanne Hesse, Francisco Aguirre (23) Marcel Proust, Hermann Hesse Francisco Javier Gil Vidal (54) Flaubert, Burgess, Vidal frank (57) Marlon James Frankie (23) Musil, Tournier, Camus, Sterne, James, Proust FrankieSmash (49) William "Bill" Kristol Franklin Frank Anglin (32) Nella Larsen, Susanna Clarke, Terry Pratchett Frank Nekrasz (25) Oscar Wilde, Tolkien, Pratchett fred (16) Thoreau and Emerson Freda (61) Steven King Friedrich Mueller (57) Jonathan Swift, Spider Robinson Fritha Grey N/A fumble (19) currently: a lot of swedes. edith wharton, hemingway, libba bray. furies (27) Prose who? FYS13Alec (18) dont have one FYS13Amanda (18) Dr. Sues. FYS13Andrew Stephen Chbosky FYS13Bella Walt Whitman FYS13Michaela (18) no clue FYS13Savannah Henry (18) Im not sure FYS13Tyler (19) I don't have any favorites, FYS14Carrie whatever I'm reading FYS14julie I am not familiar with too much Prose FYS14Kelle (20) Prose? Not a clue. FYS14Skylar JD Salinger FYS14Taylor stephen FYS breont (19) Henry David Thoreau. FYSMichael (18) g g isabel allende Gab (19) F. Scott Fitzgerald, Hunter S. Thompson Gabe (31) too many to choose from Gabi loti Gabriela (18) Jose Saramago Gabriela Coelho Mesquita Teixeira Borges (26) Don't have any... Gabriel Gonzalez (26) John Green Gabriella (17) Everyone Gail (44) Anatole France Gail Flaherty Flavour of the day Gainer (52) no one Gait (17) Kerouac, Hunter S. Thompson, Mark Twain Galareh (23) Not a reader Gamba Ajani The people I follow on tumblr. Garrett (19) L. E. Modessitt Jr., J.K. Rowlings, Harper Lee, Jane Austen, and Edgar Allen Poe. Gean Whitehead III (20) robertson davies, vonnegut Gene (51) Charlotte Bronte Gene (24) Proust, Dostoevsky, Nabokov. Genevieve (22) Nora Roberts and Alison Weir. Genie (65) Shakespeare, James Joyce Genie (58) The purple prose writers. Bring on the dense metaphors that sting my brain. Love it! GenXer2012 (39) If only Geo (20) None, I hate it. Geo (57) I don't keep track of creators. I pay attention to their words, their lessons George George Orwell George Mile (35) George Orwell, William Hazlitt, Jonathan Swift George Owers (21) I have not read many books to express an opinion yet Georgia (14) none Georgia (53) None Georgia (16) Victor Hugo (canaries name) gg Wilde, Kerauc, Bronte, Edgar Allan Poe, Voltaire ghazaleh (27) Brett Easton Ellis , duras Ghyles (31) i used to like Brett Easton Ellis, last book i really liked was " The Art of being poor " by Francois Baudot Ghyles (31) Nabokov and Balzac Gia (21) anyone Gianne (21) Thomas Cahill (also a historian) Giannico (40) John Irving, David Mitchell Gillian Martin (40) Milan Kundera, Haruki Murakami, E.M. Forster Gina (19) D.H. Lawrence Ginny (47) Anais Nin. Gionna (28) I love and have loved many writers for different qualities Giorgia Mishima, Camus Giovanni Moro (32) I ain't got none Girl You Too Rude chuck palahniuk, neil gaiman, gabriel garcia-marquez and jonathan safran foer. Giselle (18) Henry Miller, Anais Nin, Carson McCullers, Jerzy Kosinski, Albert Camut, Franz Kafka, F. Dostoyevsky, William Faulkner. Gjabrielle HP Lovecraft, Richard K Morgan, Steven King Glenn Parker (24) Danielle Steele, Anne Perry Glen Reeves (37) I don't know Gloria (59) Obama Gloria Heatley (58) Douglas Adams, Martha Grimes, Conan Doyle, Malcolm Gladwell GMcG Frances Itani, Elizabeth Hay, Phillip Pullman goblin64 (45) Hesse and (though a playwrite) Beckett Godfrey (19) justin cronin, patrick marber Golden Boy (20) Jorge Luis Borges, Manuel Mujica Láinez, Domingo Faustino Sarmiento. Gonzalo iain banks goose (20) Dan Brown goukrish (19) I dont know GPB (37) None Grace (30) Lewis Carroll Grace (12) Alice Walker, Hermann Hesse, Toni Morrison. Grace (28) Don't know any Grace Cooper (20) Those who produce magical realism and credible fantasy/ sci-fi gracehoppin (23) Christopher Hitchens, James Nord, William Manchester, Malcolm Gladwell Gracie (22) Can't decide greatlove (32) Tolkien, Rowling, and Palanchuk Greg (19) Norman Mailer, Kurt Vonnegut, Cormac McCarthy Greg (24) Neil Gaiman Greg (17) Lou Reed Greg NA Greg (20) Daniel Silva Greg (53) Charles Bukowski, Kurt Vonnegut, Jerry Holkins, David Lynch, Kevin Smith Greg Lytle (26) perez reverte, umberto eco, gabriel garcia marquez, jorge luis borges gruchi (63) mark twain gruffmusic (49) Hrant Matevossyan, Faulkner, Joyce, Proust Gtergab (50) Conrad, Fitzgerald, Hemingway Guenther the ones who appreciate infintessimal things. guiller van mistoffellees (17) Balzac, Thomas Mann, William Faulkner, Flaubert, Proust, Kafka, Camus, a lista é interminável Gustavo (21) Faulks, Chandler, Camus, Orwell gutsyaardvark (19) Kafka, Joyce, Mann, and yes: Proust Guy Van Driessche (44) Uhhhh pass? Hailey (34) Anton Chekhov and Marcel Proust and Conrado de Quiros Hakusha Senbon (24) Douglas Adams, Philip Pullman and Walter Moers. Hal (18) The Indian writers-Amitav Ghosh, Vikram Seth... Hala (34) Janet Fitch Haley (19) hemingway,dastayofski, hamideh (26) Joyce, Fforde, Follett Hamlet (30) Pierre Loti Hana (14) J.D Salinger,Douglas Adams,Neil Gaiman,Franz Kafka HandeG. (13) Jodi Picoult, Stephenie Meyer Hanna (24) I've just discovered what prose is now, so I can't have a favorite. Hannah (15) jk rowling hannah (25) I don't tend to focus on who writes what I read, just the reading itself. Hannah Ross (20) I don't read. Hannah Suttles At the moment, ronald sukenick Hari (21) No one immediate or popular, probably. Vernon Lee, Isak Dinesen. Harold E. Leighton (37) Prose writers? Will Lorrie Moore count? Harold E. Leighton (40) none Harold Oberg Marguerite Yourcenar, Virginia Woolf Harriet (23) Isherwood, Waugh, Didion Harry (27) Just found Gaiman and love it. Also love Kundera and Pirandello among others. Hassallah (30) Emerson, Toni Morrison Hassan (21) none Hayley Bathroom wall grafitti artists. Hayzeus (23) Those who are most poetic HCE (15) edgar allen poe, my husband HEATHER (37) George Orwell, Daniel Defoe and Alexandre Dumas HeavyFire (16) billy wilder heider (27) James Joyce Heidi R. All those who write prose that catches my attention Helen (32) Those who speak articulately Helen (19) Edgar Allan Poe Helena (18) John Green Helena Jenkins (20) i don't read enough prose writers to have a favorite. Helen Mattison Wyatt (20) marian keyes hellgirl (19) not know helz bells (41) John Eldredge Henry (46) Leo Tolstoy, Herman Melville Henry_Z (25) Gene Wolfe, CS Lewis, JRR Tolkien herbertofwestlake (43) Stephen King, JRR Tolkien. I prefer flights of fancy to realist literature. Hern (39) None really. Herod (20) the writer of Beowolf Hero Solomon (25) poe Hetal (22) Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald HHP (41) Zadie Smith, Tolkien, Rowling, Neil Gaiman, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Hira Yousuf (18) J.R.R. Tolkien, Jane Austen HKas (28) Marion Zimmer Bradley H. McMillan (33) Dostojevskij, Tolstoi. H.Nakashima (21) Agatha Christi hobbes (26) Chekhov hodouk (22) I don't have any longterm favorites, I used to love Bettina von Arnim and Christoph-Martin Wieland, in the field of scifi, Stanislaw Lem and Greg Egen, most often the author I currently read, right now Marcel Proust. Hoelder1in (51) Terry Pratchett hoffsta j.d salinger, charles bukowski, jane austen, chuck palahniuk holden (27) Margaret Atwood Holley (39) Ian McEwan, Jane Austen, The Bronte's and Truman Capote. holly (17) Find it hard to enjoy something enough to finish reading it Holly (22) J.K. Rowling, Janet Evanovich Holly Avery (32) huh? Holly Pajka (28) No one can be my favorite holyjkms (29) daniel lyons, amanda filapachi, david sedaris Hong Jay Alain de botton for now Hooks faulks, connolly, st aubyn Horace pluck (54) none howard (34) I do not have any favorite writers. howard (34) Tagore, ayn rand, dostovyeski, thomas hardy Hrudaya (24) Tom Wolfe huck finn (48) Not well versed in it to say Huda (19) charles bukowski, williams gibson huggybear (29) Now I like Austen, and Wodehouse Hulot Redux Prose... don't really do prose... Borges, Angela Carter, Salman Rushdie, Victor Hugo, Kafka. Is that prose? Humbugger Omlet (20) J. K. Rowling Hunter (23) zola, or isadore ducass Hurricane Katrina (25) Chu Yo-han Hwiseon Lee (24) Tamora Pierce and Garth Nix Hyosun (25) Piers Anthony, JRR Tolkien Hypnos The Blade (46) Lemony Snicket, J.K. Rowling, Scott Fitzgerald. I George RR Martin, "Wildbow", Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Jorge Luis Borges. I Edgar Allen Poe Ian (23) Ian Rankin Ian (44) Tolstoy ianplanet (47) shakespeare I Beg (54) Too many to list. Let's go with Terry Pratchett, Susanne Clarke, Eoin Colfer, and Andre Norton for now, shall we? Iblis Anak (22) Waldo Emerson Icis John Conoly , Lee Child , Jules Bern i dont know that i know (17) Kurt Vonnegut, Joseph Heller, Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman, Lois McMaster Bujold, Brandon Sanderson, Mary Robinette Kowal, Seanan McGuire, Warren Ellis, so many others Igor (29) Robin McKinley, Tamora Pierce, Ray Bradbury, Mark Twain Ika (24) Paul Auster, Jane Austen, David Foster Wallace, Alessandro Manzoni. ile105 (23) Auster, Austen, Manzoni, Foster Wallace, Bulgakov, Salinger. ile105 (27) None Illinibeatle (44) Harper Lee Imajones Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Imee Stephen King, H.P. Lovecraft, Clive Barker I.M. (Imam Mahdi) (5) Charles bukowski Indrė (17) i dont know Inês (20) so far, Borges. inez (21) Why have a favourite - there are so many that one may read and enjoy! Inkie (60) to date: bulgakov, hemingway, dostoevsky, lee, seth i.p. Anne Lamott Ireland Rose (12) Ali Sparkes, J. K. Rowling, Veronica Roth, Rick Riordan Irene (17) Saramago and Murakami Irene (26) wilde, sartre Iris (18) Proust, obviously; Joyce; and, Borges. Isaac (16) bob dylan, salinger Isaac (29) Mary Shelley Isaac Isabel (19) Sherrilyn Kenyon, Bella Andre, and Ginna Grey Isabella Fairchild-Heart (Protagonist) (26) Dostoyevsky,Breton,Blanchot,Bernhard Isabelle (26) Zoze Saramago, Isabela Allende, Aziz Nessin Isadora Duncan (32) Vladimir Nabokov and Elmore Leonard Ismael Santos (20) Oscar Wilde, Kurt Vonnegut, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, James Joyce Isolde (17) Marquez. Iva proust. pynchon Iva Pasztor (20) Now Stephenie Meyer and J. K. Rowling Ivy (10) bible ivy (25) Tamora Pierce, J.K. Rowling, JRR Tolkein Izzy (24) Penn Warren, Faulkner, Powers j2a18m (43) noone jabbar (23) Jonathan Swift Jacie Lin Tolkien Jack (14) Pr Jack (33) Walter Wetherell Jack (17) Poe Jack Goodman (18) Dorothy Dunnett, Joan Aiken, Raymond Chandler, Paul Scott, John Banville, James Baldwin, Ernest Hemingway, Charles Dickens Jackie none jackie (40) don't have one Jackie (24) Sidney Sheldon Jackie Cavalcante (40) F. Scott Fitzgerald, chris prentiss, Elizabeth Gilbert Jackie Vega (27) Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Tom Wolfe. Jackson8471 (23) I don't read fiction Jack Viper (29) Kevin Smith haha Jaclyn (22) Anyone but Sarah Palin JaclynM (19) Stephen King. Jacque (24) Stephen King.. Jacqueline (34) Octavia E. Butler, Rita Mae Brown, John Irving Jacqueline Garrett (38) Freya for her epic romances Jade (17) Not into books Jade-a-boo (17) Alice Walker, Toni Morrison Jade Green (30) oscar wilde, gertrude stein and bob dylan Jadelynn (24) Too many to count. Jae (18) Pablo Neruda Jafari (33) Mario Benedetti Jaime (18) Robert Jordan Jaime (28) At the moment, H.P. Lovecraft & Richard Dawkins Jake (17) Philip Roth, Pynchon, Flaubert Jake (21) Mary Shelley in frankenstein Jakelina Hernandez (22) Ralph Ellison, Aldous Huxley, JK Rowling J.A. Lawrence HG Wells, Edgar Allan Poe, Joseph Conrad James (64) Dostoyevsky, Fitzgerald, Sarah Vowell, Erik Larsen, Tolstoy, James (30) There are so many. I love to read whenever I can. It helps me pass the time. James (25) shelley James Green (29) Marcel Proust, Frank Herbert, Herman Hess, Philip K. Dick, Ray Bradbury James La Salandra (31) Nope. James Oliver North (39) Right now Kingsley Amis, Salman Rushdie, Christopher Hitchens, and Nicollo Machiavelli jameson_welsh (22) current fad is for Le Clezio and Joyce and obviously Proust. also Djuna Barnes. James William Reath (21) Not a fan of any, really. Jamie (25) J.K. Rowling, Edgar Allan Poe, Kim Wilkins, and Laini Taylor. Jamie (22) I'm not sure. I'm schooled but not very educated. Jamie (32) Virginia Woolf Jan I have none Jan (54) Laurance Durrell, E.M Forrester, Jan (55) Victor Hugo, Jules verne Jana (22) i dont reaqd writings Janae (17) jane austen jane (41) sylvia plath, scott f. fitzgerald, virginia woolf, oscar wilde jane (20) at the moment: updike, mark twain, salman rushdie jane fakename (25) Edgar Allen Poe and Mark Twain janice (67) I will re-visit this question when I have an answer Janice Marie Oxford (61) Durrell, Jannie56 Stephen King Jared (19) Annie Proulx and Albert Camus. Jared Oswald (19) None Jarred Poll (26) No idea. Jas (20) bhai vir singh ji jasleen I only read nonfiction Jasmine Violet (17) denis johnson, lawrence wright Jason (34) George R. R. Martin Jason (26) Asimov, tolkien jasonstafford (53) Kundera and Vonnegut. Jax Havak (00) Homer Jay (26) Bret Easton Ellis Jay Bill Simmons, Rick Telander Jay West (27) those that engage me Jazz dont no jb (13) I quite like Jonathan Franzen JB (29) John Irving, Milan Kundera , and many Non Fiction writers Jb Bradford (44) None JD (21) Pessoa, Nabokov jean (22) Mario Vargas Llosa Jeannine (57) Kahlil Gibran and many on the internet Jef (19) N/A Jeff Steinbach, Bukowsky Jeffrey A. Olivier (40) Ami McKay Jeffrey Dean Arthur (51) none Jeff Winger unknown jemimah (32) Shakespeare Jen (23) Langan Jen (25) too many to name jen (29) non-fiction - florence king, hitchens, theodore dalrymple, c.s. lewis, orwell, swift, o'rourke Jen Gerlach (39) Friends. Writers. Journalists Jen Hallidy (42) Poe, Shakespeare, Angelou Jenn (35) Kate Chopin Jenn (39) Edgar Alan Poe, Stephen King Jennie I have none. Jennifer (35) will go with american fiction this time, too many w/o category. cormac, hawthorne, twain, london, melville, wharton, flannery, steinbeck. richard ford is good. Jennifer (40) George Orwell & Mary Shelley Jennifer Lewis (26) David Byrne, Lennon and McCartney, Bernie Taupin, Billy Joel Jenni Webb Reynolds (29) John Irving, Vladimir Nabokov Jenny (23) Too many. Jenny (28) I'm not sure Jenny (18) What is prose? Jenny (38) None Jenny (35) Kerouac JennyLynn (23) No real chance to read Jenny Napier (42) I love them all Jensyn Keanes (19) Cormac Jeremy (17) Jack Kerouac Jeremy (30) tom robbins Jeremy (29) Leo Tolstoy and William Faulkner Jeremy Fassler (22) Twain. Jeremy Heintz (39) People who have written books of the bible Jess (27) Shel Silverstein Jess (18) Me!!! Jessica (18) I wouldn't know. Jessica Steven King Jessica Cristo (Jax): (29) DH Lawrence, George Orwell, and Alexandre Dumas Jessie (33) J.D. Salinger Jessie (16) socrates, dickens, higgins Jesus0469 (46) whatever one I'm reading Jet Jackson (92) Henry Miller, Edgar Allen Poe, F. Scott Fitzgerald Jeux Sir Thomas More ( not really a prose writer) ], Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream Jewel (39) Joyce Carol Oates, Charlotte Perkins Gilman Jewel (38) tolkein, colfer and tacitus jezza (18) p g wodehouse, v s naipaul and ruskin bond jg (36) James Joyce jg (22) Marcel Proust, Alasdair Gray, etc. J.H. I'm reading Salinger for the second time, at the moment Jian (22) William S. Burroughs, Philip K. Dick Jim (20) No one Jim (50) Nietzsche, and Palahniuk jimmy (84) VS Naipaul, Peter Carey, Margaret Atwood, Alice Munroe jj (43) Carolyn Keene JJ (20) Shakespeare J J Ruzo anais nin JLo (34) Orson Scott Card; though at the moment, myself... And Masashi Kishimoto J.L. Odom (16) None to name JM (28) Too many Jo (41) Dr.Seuss...always knew how to cheer one's soul up Jo (16) William Styron, Virginia Woolf, Nicholas Sparks Jo (21) Jane Austen Jo I'm not familiar with enough prose writers to choose favorites, yet. Jo (20) Jeremy Bates Jo (33) Tolstoi, Eça de Queirós Joana (22) Pierre Dukan, he writes a lot of books on diet and health. Joan Ellis (28) Sharon Butala Joanna Kather (63) Diana Gabaldon Jo-Anne David Foster Wallace, Cees Nooteboom Joanne van der Woude (36) shakespeare Joe DeProfio (27) James Marsden Joel (17) What??? Joel Sadler (45) will self JoeyO (34) none John (28) Homer, Virgil, Shakespeare John (24) Matsuo Basho John (20) Spike Lee John (23) Emmily Bronte, Neil Gaiman Johnathan Durand (19) don't like to read Johnny (21) Hugh Hefner Johnny48 (48) Bukowski, Woolf, Joyce, Marquez John Porter I can't pick. John Sousa (17) None JoJo (27) O Henry Jojo (76) emile zola jolie (66) Isabel Allende, Anna Gavalda, Ayn Rand, John Steinbeck, Haruki Murakami Jollie (21) Margaret Laurence ad Nigella Lawson Jo Mama (53) Franz Kafka jona (19) Don't like prose Jonas (We) poe jonathan (31) John green Jonathan Tacuri (21) Italo Calvino, Ryszard Kapucinski, Robert Graves, Gabriel G Marquez jonb (49) Gabriel Garcia Marquez, James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway Jonida Dervishi (29) Mario Benedetti, Shakespeare Jon Mosca (31) Don DeLillo, Jack Kerouac. Zach Lowe/Bill Simmons of Grantland. David Halberstam. Jonny South (18) Henrik Ibsen, JD Salinger Jordan (19) Raymond Carver, Hemingway Jordan raymond carver jordan rutter (18) Christopher moore Jorelle (18) Wodehouse, Welty, Wells, Drabbe Joris Mencken, HItchens, Gore Vidal & Jigger Latoza joseph (31) no idea Joseph Anthony (37) 能寫出好作品的作家 Joseph Cheng (28) I can't remember Josephine A (19) Gore Vidal, Marcel Proust Joseph Yvon (63) gabriel garcia marquez, shaw Josh (23) Slavoj Žižek Josh (29) Shakespeare Joshua (34) fyodor dostoyevsky Joshua (27) Shel Silverstein. Joshua Levi (21) Nabokov Joshua Sponaugle (22) Anatole France Joshua Taft (18) Ernest Hemingway, J. D. Salinger, Aldous Huxley, and Marcel Proust Josh W. (19) shakespear poe? josie (25) proust Josie Dangerfield (29) Aaron Sorkin Jotthedot (16) Lethem, I guess Joxef (35) marc levi joyce (20) Charlotte Bronte; F. Scott Fitzgerald; Ray Bradbury. I tend to read books rather than authors. joyseternal (22) jk rowling jrggzmn (20) my friends jrggzmn (20) Next question jrggzmn (25) Jane Austen, J K Rowling, Dan Brown JRobertson (21) Kazuo Ishiguru, Jeffrey Eugenides, Joan Didion, Annie Dillard Jtan (21) Probably people in the same movement or style as Louis Aragon and Coetzee Ju (28) John Green, David Foster Wallace, Naomi Klein Juan Carlos (21) Jorge Luis Borges, Howard Phillips Lovecraft, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Gabriel Keith Chesterton Juancho (32) Mauve Binchy, J K Rowlings, L M Montgomery, Mary Stewart, J R Tolkien, Stephen King, Thomas Hardy, AA Milne Juanita Joann Harty Buck (49) Fher Olvera, Glen Phillips Juan Jose Campos (34) Many. Jubin (21) Browning Judah (30) The Apostle Paul and Ann M. Martin Judah (22) 不常讀散文 jude (25) Jim Thompson Jude Kaldi DH Lawrence, F. Scott Fitzgerald, James Joyce Judith UNSURE Judy Cormac McCarthy Judyka (64) jeanette winterson juju mark twain jujubee (35) At the moment – Joan Didion, Kurt Vonnegut, Jane Austen and Henry James Jules (19) Carlos Ruiz Zafon Jules (26) Neil Gaiman, Jack Kerouac Jules (23) Fitzgerald Jules Louisa May Alcott...yes...just her right now. Julia (23) Dont have any Julian (16) charles dickens julie (79) nope Julie (20) Tolkein Julie (40) I read mostly military history Julie (49) brina svit, proust Juliette (25) anais nin, I mean, her diaries. June (23) hugh laurie right now jupiter jones Christopher Hitchens Justin (27) Too many to choose! Justin (15) Joyce, Nabokov, Marquez. Justin Aylward (22) william faulkner, jane austen justine hope (20) none Justin Rasile (23) H.P. Lovecraft, Arthur Machen, Robert Anton Wilson JW (27) At the moment, Miller, Orwell, Varley. J.W. Carey (22) none K (21) Saadat Hasan Manto, Gustave Flaubert, Arundhati Roy, Kafka, Virginia Woolf, Nietzsche. K. (23) Oooooh. CS Pacat, for sure! Not sure about others right now though. Considering I haven't read any classics or prize-winning books... k dont know many to choose from k-92 (17) Marlowe Kaden I don't have any Kafi Cunningham (43) victor hugo, george orwell, and Eoin Colfer kai (15) Haruki Murakami Kainaz (20) William Maugham and R.K. Naraya Kait (23) Slyvia Plath Kaja Ta Alain de Button, Stephen Fry Kajer (19) ALL JAZZ MUSICIANS KAKI (50) don't have one Kaleena (23) I don't know anymore - Kally (33) Toni Morrison comes to mind. Kameke Oscar Wilde, JD Salinger, Joseph Conrad Kamila (18) James Joyce and Samuel Beckett KammY edward allen poe Kandi (26) none kangaroo those who write from the heart karaeileen (24) Edgar Alan Poe, Anne Rice Karen (22) Marian Keyes (ha) Karen (27) Neil Gaimon Karen none Karen (16) tim robbins Karen June (52) none kari bobins (33) Clarice Lispector, Machado de Assis, Miguel de Cervantes Karina Marcano (26) Terry Pratchett, JK Rowling Karl (17) Albert Camus Kasandra so many.... Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Kurt Vonnegunt Jr., Nalini singh, Ilona Andrews, Diana Rowland, Patricia Briggs, Mark Twain Kasia (30) Right now Italo Calvino and Cormac McCarthy Kasper (19) Hemingway Kassy (17) Dont have one Kate (23) Anne Rice and my love. Kate (21) Mark Twain . . . he must have been a fun and witty dude to be around! Kate Kazuo Ishiguro Kate (26) J.K Rowling, Jodi Picoult, Michael Morpurgo, Stephenie Meyer Kate Mac (22) J.K. Rowling, Beverly Cleary, Tolstoy, F. Scott Fitzgerald Kate McJ (31) Tolkien and Tom Robbins. Katerina (22) Ronie Kendig, Terry Brooks, Patricia Briggs Kath (48) at the moment Fred Vagas Katharina (32) Fyodor Dostoevsky. Katherine (18) Amelia Atwater-Rhodes Katherine (27) Aaron Sorkin Katherine Victor Hugo, Dostoevsky, Kathérine (25) none kathy (52) Virginia Woolf, Jane Austen Kathy (26) García Márquez, Saramago, Faulkner, Woolf, Marías, Ibargüengoitia, Beckett, Wilde... Kati (19) George Will, Anna Quindlin Katie (20) killllll me katie (23) There are so many. John Green, Jane Austen, Charlotte and Emily Bronte... Katie (17) i hate prose katie (22) Maeve Binchy, Debbie Macomber, Markus Zusak Katie Carriere (39) Mom Katieu (27) Edgar Allan Poe Katrina (23) Shakespere Katrina Thiessen-Beasse (28) None in particular Katsika (68) Tolkien Katy (22) Neil Gaiman, J.R.R. Tolkien, Anton Chekhov, Oscar Wilde Katya Allnutt (27) Baudelaire Kavindra (55) - kavitha (19) sarah kane kay (22) Sarah Dessen Kayla Marie (17) J.K. Rowling Kaysie67 (49) Proust KB (45) Stephen Crane, Jack London, Kurt Vonnegut, Ambrose Bierce, Mark Twain, and Joseph Conrad K.B. Oliver (30) W.O. Mitchell, John Steinbeck, kc R Scott Bakker, Dan Simmons K Dilkington (30) Pushkin. Jonathan Carroll. Good journalism. Excellent short stories (I have a fondness for them, and they're so hard to write). Kechiro (33) F.S. Fitzgerald Keith (19) F scott Fitzgerald, AS Byatt Kelli (47) n/a kelly (39) F Scott Fitzgerald Kelly (25) Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Kelly G. Teague (45) J.R.R. Tolkien, Jack London Kelsey (22) Nelson DeMille; John Irving; Khaled Husseini ken (58) Kurt Vonnegut Ken (63) Bukowski? ken dewey (48) I don't have a favorite. Kendyl (20) Shakespeare. Kenkire Dante Kenn (47) too many Kenning (28) Faulkner, King kerayne (66) Robert Frost Keri Cook (26) I like women. Kessler (35) j.k. rowling, harold robbins, jane austen, margareth mitchell, charlotte bronte Keti (23) Cioran, Pynchon, McCarthy, Dostoyevsky, Conrad Kev (27) Dickens, Wilde, Capote, Lee Kevbo Proust Kevin (21) At the moment, Stephen King and Hunter S Thompson Kevlar F. Scott Fitzgerald, Arthur Conan Doyle kfcbucket (16) Currently, Machado de Assis and Ernest Hemingway. KFerreto (24) Beckett, Bukowski, Burroughs, Celine, Fante, Hamsun, Orwell, Selby kfkfkfk (17) Italo Calvino, T.H. White, Borges. KG (38) Poe KG (26) Vladimir Nabokov Khaddafina (23) TEST KHAkjhsak (16) Shakespeare khaye (26) William Faulkner Kia (28) Cervantes Kiana Mercury (23) Myself, when I'm in a certain mind state. Kiara M. (15) Patrick O'Brian, Graham Greene, John Cheevers, William Langewiesche Kid Jasper identical KiDoCo None, it the moment Kiera Hardy Kurt Vonnegut, James Joyce and Joseph Conrad. Kieran (22) don't have one Kika Jane Austen, C. Bronte, C. Dickens Kiki (27) What the hell is that? Kiki (10) Stephen king Kikka (38) I don't have one Kiley (20) Albert Camus, Bulgakov, Gabriel Garcia Marquez killy frost Kim (37) Oscar Wilde Kim (17) Dickinson, Poe Kim (37) Mary Higgins Clark, Anne Frank Kim (47) Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett, Emily Bronte, Kimberly (23) Gabriel García Márquez, David Foster Wallace, Margaret Atwood kimberly (21) I do not read prose Kimberly Bailey Jeffrey Eugenides, Nancy Mitford and Proust kimbo (34) Frost Kimlmar (52) Marilynne Robinson, Laurie Hertzel Kim Randall Cox (43) me king (43) ruskin bond kings (36) Saramago King Ubi (35) paulo coelho, john grisham, jefferey archer, etc. Kinmin (24) dostoyevsky kirk earnest hemingway Kirsten McCracken (20) Donna Morrisey kit kat (22) dont know kito (24) Oscar Wilde, Molière, Agatha Christie, George Orwell, Joseph Conrad, Ernest Hemingway Kitty (21) umberto ecco kjelli (59) Aravind Adiga KK (32) The old standbys are Bronte, Austen, Hugo, Hemmingway...but I am discovering new treasures all the time KKC (26) Too many to name Kkkkaty (67) Murakami and Mitchell Klavicus (23) García Márquez and Hemingway Klox890626 (23) Sheen KLVS (22) anais nin, KM (23) James Joyce and Samuel Beckett Kmi Salinger knapsackstraps (21) at the moment annie dillard knowone (29) Lawrence Block and David McCullough Koinekid (28) Auden. kokocakemix (24) Anton Chechov, John Steinbeck, Marie Antoinette Kourtney Denee (24) Oswald Chambers Kouse (23) I don't know enough to really say... Kreuzz Steig Larson, Kris (41) / krissy (18) Anne Frank, Alice Walker Krista (27) Jane Austen Kristaline (24) Terry Pratchett. A. S. Byatt. Sarah Monette. Banana Yoshimoto. Kristi (35) vonnegut, palahniuk, gaiman. Kristie (22) Isaac Asimov, Dickens, Arthur C. Clarke and Truman Capote Krum Kirov (16) That depends on my stage of life and what is available to me at the time Kryshia (53) William Gibson, Anthony Bourdain and Voltaire Krysstofer Pierre (23) - Krystaal (40) Sylvia Plath Krystal (24) Melville, Conrad ks (33) Vladimir Nabokov, Truman Capote, Bernard Schlink and Francoise Sagan Kt (15) F. Scott Fitzgerald; Jostein Gaardner; E.M. Forster KT Pratchett, Vonnegut, Woolf, Chopin kt (35) J.D. Salinger, Haruki Murakami and the lambent happiness of children Kunal Sen (27) A. L. Kennedy, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Franz Kafka, Carson McCullers kunderakitsch Carson McCullers. kuro usagi (18) Ann Rice. Sue Monk Kidd. Nicolas Sparks. His books make me cry. Kurt Bailey (45) Anchee Min & Joyce Carol Oates. Donna Tartt K Yeo (19) None Kyla Stan At the moment, Ken Follet and P. G. Wodehouse Kyrie (18) j.k rowling Kyrinrin (14) Kathrine Ann Porter L (36) I don't keep track of creators. I pay attention to their words, their lessons lacee (18) Michael Ondaatje; Khaleu Husseini; Camilla Gibb; Sandra Birdsell Lacey McVeigh (46) - Lacharria (18) Toni Morrison, D.H. Lawrence, John Steinbeck, Dostoevsky LadyDyTheFly Dan Brown ladyinthewater (24) none in particular Lady NCA (29) Jim Morrison Ladytoyou (66) i don't have one lage (27) Steinbeck, Alice Walker LaHaRo (51) Jeanette Winterson, Margaret Atwood Lainey (38) William Jenson Lainie Jane Austen, zadie smith, zora Neal Hurston Lana (34) Neil Gaiman, Haruki Murakami LAND (22) Friedrich Nietzsche. I am the Ubermensch. Landon Wright (16) Edgar Allen Poe Lanette main character: Counciler Becky Christopher Hitchens, Fyodor Dostoyevski and Chaim Potok lara67 (49) Dante. Did he write prose?? LA Sullivan F Scott Fitzgerald, Helen Mirren, Barbara Walters, Shakespeare, Racine Laura (20) I can never name favorites. Laura (24) dostoyevsky laura (23) milan kundera, julio cortázar, eduardo galeano, jorge luis borges laura (27) T.R. Pearson, Steve Martin, Wallace Stegner Laura (28) currently elena ferrante Laura (31) Daphne du Maurier, Carmen Laforet LauraAl (27) Twain Laura N. (52) DH Lawrence, Dostoevsky, Marquez Laura Panza (38) amado nervo laura Ytzia Montoya Capristo The good ones. Laurel (29) don't know Lauren (28) virginia woolf Lauren (22) None Lauren I'm more about action than words, to be honest. I've had kind of a rough time in my life. Lauren Frost (26) I don't have a favourite, I love so many. Lauren H (27) Proust, Mann, Austen, Cervantes Laurie (58) David Foster Wallace, Jonathan Franzen, Zadie Smith, and Saul Bellow Lavache Beadsman (21) Orson Scott Card, James Clavell, Haruki Murakami Layla (22) I don't know Layla (13) John Fowells Layla B. (43) Sue Monk Kidd, Kathleen Norris, Kate Chopin, Jane Austen, JK Rowling LB Perkins (42) Jack Kerourac. Leah (16) Sadly, I have none, for I haven't read prose in quite a long time. However I do enjoy the theories embedded into Ayn Rand's novels leah (17) Junot Diaz Leah (25) Kurt Vonnegut Leah charles dickens Leanne (28) Gabriel Garcia Marquez LeCorbeauGris (25) tsitsi dangarembga lee (30) Nietzsche Leeham Too many to ever list, but primarily Shakespeare. Leena (16) Mark Twain, Langston Hughes, Claude McKay, Nathaniel Hawthorne Legacy Lee (31) Sidney Sheldon. Leigh Lagamayo (27) Scott Fitzgerald Leila Marcel Proust, Oscar Wilde Leila (28) thank you for the plural; hemingway, wharton, green, fitzgerald, tolstoy, balzac, waugh Lem (24) Anne Rice, Daphne Du Maurier, Ellen Hopkins, Charles Bukowski, Philippa Gregory, and Augusten Burroughs. L.E.Murphy (17) don't have one, only read non-ficton Len (46) José de Alencar Lena (21) Maugham Lena (60) I like classic literature, such as Arthur Conan Doyle, Harper Lee and Bram Stoker. Leo Alexandre Dumas, John Steinbeck, Eric Newby, (later-- Jess Walter, David Grann) Leo (15) I do not have any in particullar because I do not often ready prose works. Leo Calma (19) George Orwell, Joseph Conrad LeonidasStokely -------- Leon (The Debreifer) (22) g Leslie Mark Twain, Jane Austen, Shakespeare Leslie (43) ?? Lestory (49) I don't read much Levi Becker (31) Charlotte Bronte, Shakespeare Levi Walker na Lex I am not sure, I am loving Marquez right now as a novelist lexi (23) We do not have "writers" like the Terran's. We do have what terran's would call orrators, Pyne Yekkn is the current orrator for all Holcyn Ridge history. Lex Ryo (17) gary indiana l.gee (23) not sure lglick19 My own Lia (23) Steve Tesich LiamP (25) I'm not aware of prose writers. The only book we had in the house was the Bible Liam Shaughnessy If I must answer all of these questions of literature, may I just answer the Church? Liam Urien joyce and tolstoy librowicz (28) no clue who they are Lids (50) NA (Buddhists) Lightning Stars (22) God--The Bible lilecare (46) Oscar Wilde Lilian (25) Vonnegut, Wilde, Dostoevsky, Emerson, and many more. Liliana I do not read much. Lillian (25) King, St. Exupery, Gibran Lillian Grace (27) Ayn Rand, Hemingway Lily (16) Kazuo Ishiguro Lily Neruda Lily (34) Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Wharton, Steinbeck Linda (23) Dead writers are the best ones. Linda (17) Charles Perrault Linda C (41) George RR Martin Linda M. W. (34) Alice Sebold Lindsey (15) Tolkien, Goodkind, Rowling. Lindsey B. (17) Right now, Brandon Sanderson. And Terry Pratchett - always Terry Pratchett. Linicake Victor Hugo, George Sand and many others linou70 The Beats and The Decadents (in all international forms) Lint (17) Shakespeare, Jane Austen Lisa any non-fiction writer who can bring history to life Lisa (56) douglas kennedy Lishan (20) Russel Bernard LittleT (24) ? lituci (30) Su shi Lixing (24) Martin Buber; Robert Thurman; Barbara Kingsolver; William Shakespeare. Liz (28) Alice Munro Liz (64) Jane Austen Liz (47) I don't have much time for reading, last book I read was in high school. Liz (25) I don't know Liz (40) Christopher Hitchens Liza (33) Walker Percy, Jane Austen, Henry Miller, Anaïs Nin Lizzie (17) Willy Morse Lizzie Pickle (27) Kafka, Albert Camus, and J.D.Salinger. L. Kadey (18) Camus L. Kadey (19) Clarke LLane (23) david gemmel, robin hobb lmao cortázar lo (19) dont have one Lo (24) I don't read prose. LodRose (32) Austen, Doyle, Bronte sisters, Ishiguro Log Brian Jacques, Patrick Rothfuss, Richard Castle Logan (23) Alan Moore Logan (14) j.k rowling Logan (16) I don't like to read Logan Whitt (15) John Green Lois (22) I don't really read a lot of prose Lola Nick Cave, Irvine Welsh Lolita Hazed (18) alexander dumas, jhumpa lahiri, emily bronte, and maybe david sedaris lollipoppingsu (24) If I understand prose correctly, Frank McCourt Lori (37) Douglas Adams, Joseph Heller Louf (39) Margret Peterson Haddix. I read lots of books but dont pay attention to the authors names Loui Edgington (12) Baudelaire Louis (19) D.J. MacHale? Lemony Snicket :] Louisalokyee (15) J.M Barrie, Ian McEwan, Fitzgerald. Louise (17) Neil Gaiman, Fitzgerald, Jane Austen, Alexandre Dumas, Gaston Leroux, Thomas Hardy, Phillip Pullman, Lewis Carroll (Charles Dodgson), Carlos Ruiz Zafon, Garth Nix Loz (17) Ohran Pamuk, Virginia Woolf, Plato, Martha Nussbaum, Evelio Rosero, Edgar Allan Poe Lu (32) don't have one luadepapel (25) jk rowling Luc (27) Arthur Conan Doyle, Gilbert Keith Chesterton, Howard Phillips Lovecraft, Jorge Luis Borges, Stephen King. Lucho (32) Kundera, Borges, Cortazar Lucija (25) George Orwell, Lucy Blake Luigi (38) Jane Austen, Steven Saylor, Agatha Christie, Joanne Harris Luísa (21) Jane Austen, Steven Saylor, Agatha Christie, Joanne Harris and Alexandre Dumas (both of them). Luísa (22) J.D Salinger, David Sedaris Luisa (18) Jack Kerouac Luisa (19) none LuisEfe (55) Saul Bellow, Walter Wangerin Jr. Luke Anthony (19) None lukemarco (18) David Foster Wallace, Jonathan Franzen, Chabon Luke N 14 (35) Maya Angelou Lulu F. Scott Fitzerald Luna (16) i don't know lunar (18) Stephen J. Gould. LVG don't know Lydia (50) toni morrison lydia Rowling, Greene, King, and Lee. Lydia (18) Carlos Ruiz Zafón and Lorenzo Silva Lyla (30) vonnegut, franzen, chabon lyman (35) I cannot choose, as the greats are all loved for different qualities of genius Lyn (22) I cannot choose, as the greats are all loved for different qualities of genius Lyn (22) Tricia Goyer, C.S. Lewis Lyn vargas llosa lynac (31) Prose? Lyndsay D. (22) C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Kurt Vonnegut. Lyndsey (19) no clue Lynk (15) Tolstoy, Chekhov, A.S. Byatt, Doris Lessing Lynn Renee (41) Mervyn Peake, Gabriel Garcia Marquez Lynn Thair (49) shakespeare Lyss (19) Roald Dahl M Marquez, Vonnegut, Morrison M (29) Mario Bennedetti M (36) Mario Vargas Llosa M (19) Roald Dahl, Rowling M I loved the words JFK wrote on failure MA (61) Stephen King Mach (44) Stephen King, Tom Clancy, Machiavelli_Mx (38) dfw, pynchon, foucault...i need to read more things and more often (i get so lazy and use my reading for school as an excuse...i mean it is a lot but...still) macon (22) annie dillard, anne lamott macskawoman (44) Today…Jane Austen, Bronte Crew, Twain, Anne Frank Macy (15) george orwell Madeline (19) Alexander Dumas Madhusudhan (63) Murakami Madison Twist (25) Camus, Tolkien, Mary Shelley, Ian McEwan. MaeveOne (27) At the Moment, Proust and Joyce Mageetu (72) Voltaire Magellan (44) I have none Magen (22) Saul Bellow, Peter Hedges Maggie (24) why pick Maggie (23) Irving Maggie (49) cees nooteboom maggy may Philip K Dick, William Gibson, Aldous Huxley Mahalo (/) currently Henry James and Stanislav Rakús mahtiel (21) Melville, Tolkien, Lewis Mairi (37) JK Rowling, F.Scott Fitzgerald, Louisa May Alcott, Jane Austen, Dostoievski, Stieg Larsson Maite (26) haruki murakami maitresseb (43) Creaters of their own imagination who have learned to show it to others Mak (16) Bruce Chatwin and Michel de Montaigne maksimuchka (38) We cannot write. Malcolm (26) Hemingway, Bolero, Wolff (Tobias) Malibu (31) mason dickson Mallory (21) Jodi Picoult, David Sedaris Mallory Corrus (20) Victor Hugo, Franz Kafka, Vincent van Gogh (his letters), Neil Gaiman... Maltet Scott Fitzgerald, Proust Mandar (27) so many, so many. I'll go with Zora Neale Hurston because it feels like I'm getting away with something (her prose is wicked poetic) Mandella Kitten (36) none Mandy (18) idk mangarmunko (21) None. Manu (22) Camus and Dostoievski Mao (22) John Lennon, Bob Dylan Mara (58) Tolstoy...maybe. It varies often. Mara (17) Poe, King, Hardy, Orwell, Bradbury, Wharton MaraMichelle Zafon, Eco, Boy - Żeleński Marana (56) Toni Morrison Marcel (19) Anne Rice marcel254 (25) Clarice Lispector. Marcelo Ricarte. (16) i honestly couldnt answer this question, so i wont pretend to Marcel Rodriguez Gabriel Garcia Marquez Marclaudi (46) ummm geez-how about i don't know Marc_Meyer George Orwell is the first that comes to mind marcoapk (19) shakespeare marg (53) Stephen King Margaret (19) Ann Frank, Laura Wilker Margaret Cook (57) Eco, also Saramago, Hesse, and many others Margarida (aka:Guida Costa,Guida Almeida ( ) Don't care Margie (44) david sedaris, chuck palahniuk margo (22) Murasaki Shikibu,Gustav Flauber, Marcel Proust Tolstoy, Vladimir Nabokov,Gaius Petronius, Margot (21) Chekhov, Dostoyevski Mari (30) Jk Rowling Maria (45) Janet Tashjian Maria I am not sure Maria (18) Pierre Loti Maria Contreras (19) Paulo Coelho Mariam (20) alexandre dumas, charles bukowski, jules verne, oscar wilde, jack kerouac, vladimir nabokov, f. scott fitzgerald, ernest hemingway Mariana (16) Lovecraft Mariana (22) Stephen King, J.K. Rowling, Jaida Jones, Jane Austen Maria Patenaude (29) Browning Maria Rowena Rillen I like bits and pieces from everyone I've read. Even my sisters. Marie (19) Palahniuk, Fitzgerald, Hemingway Marie (21) Flannery O'Connor, Wendell Berry, Josephine Tey, Dorothy Sayers, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkein, Jane Austen Marie G.G. Marquez Marie Madeleine (51) cervantes, alexander mccall smith marina (50) I don't read enough... marina (27) Shakes Marina (20) Harper Lee Marion (27) frost mario ponce (38) None Marios Gregoriou (21) Garth Nix or Raymond E. Feist Mark (16) George Orwell and Christopher Hitchens Mark (19) I don't really read as much as I'd like. Mark Chekhov, Tolstoy, Dickens. Mark (55) ? Mark Angus Wilson (28) Tom Robbins, John Steinbeck, Neil Gaiman, and Tolkein Mark D Anderson (23) Shakespeare, Emil Cioran, Georg W.F. Hegel, Paul Valéry, Charles Péguy, Charles Fourier, Zeev Sternhell, Sigmund Freud, Noam Chomsky,........... markeff (38) Shakespeare Mark J (44) Tolkien and Pekić, at the moment Marko (28) z Mark Sterling (32) none markus_naz (39) Jane austen Maroua (17) Dostoyevsky, Hermann Hesse, Albert Camus, Cao Xueqin Marshall Wang (24) None Martin (29) Joseph Conrad Martina Common Hugo, Dostoevsky, Austen Marty (18) Nicolai Gogol, Sergei Dovlatov, Boris Pasternak, Andrea Camilleri Martyshka (31) Ah! Steinbeck and Dostoevsky, but don't assume I'm literary, Maruku (18) I don't have any. Marvin Willams (30) David Sedaris and Kurt Vonnegut Mary (22) Gustave Flaubert, Thomas Mann. Mary (56) I don't have any Mary Ann (62) Forster. MaryAnn (47) Erica Jong, Augusten Burroughs Mary Ellen Collins-Davis (59) Erica Jong, Augusten Burroughs Mary Ellen Collins-Davis (59) too many MaryFred (24) don't know what this kind of writing is Maryn (15) Dostoevsky, Bulgakov, Sedaris, Jonathan Safran Foer Masha Shannon (26) I do not have one MasonFYS13 (18) I’d be halfway to dying without Joyce, Woolf, Lawrence, Forster, Updike, Morrison, and Didion. I admire Shakespeare most of all, but, exempting Midsummer Night’s Dream, I don’t LOVE him as I should. Mason Walker (21) Kurt Cobain, John Lennon, Billie Joe Armstrong Mat (15) Edgar Allan Poe Mat (26) Christopher Hitchens, Tolkien, Fitzgerald, and Wodehouse mate Anatole France Mateus Melo Sinclair, Eco, Ellison, Gibson Mathew Gallant (22) Ursula Le Guin, J.R.R. Tolkien Mathilda (15) Vladimir Nabokov, Virginia Woolf, C.S Lewis, Oscar Wilde, Markus Zusak, Lewis Carroll, Jonathan Safren Foer, Neil Gaiman, Anais Nin, Bob Dylan, Nicole Krauss, Antoine De Saint-Exupery. Matisse (15) Twain, Hemingway, Tom Clancy Matrix (23) not sure Matsuda (14) i don't know any prose writers matt (17) Henry James, Frank Herbert, Twain Matt (30) George Orwell and Douglas Adams Matt (20) Don't read enough Matt (25) Franz Kafka and James Joyce. Matt DeCostanza (17) I am woefully ignorant of prose writing. Matthew Charles Barrie (27) At the moment, William Faulkner and Richard Matheson Matthew Gordon (28) Tolkein Matthew Ray (18) Daniel Handler, Paul Murray Matthew Young (18) John Steinbeck Maundaux (23) not sure mauserman (42) Michael Chabon, Cormac McCarthy, William Gibson Max (24) szweig, tolkien, balzac maxie (20) Venedict Erofeev, Ernest Hemingway Maxwell Pierson (23) Gibran khalil Gibran Maysoun (27) Dr Seuss MB (41) Francoise Sagan, Sartre, JM Coetzee, Micheal Cunningham, Oscar Wilde, Jean Rhys, Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy mcfm0626 (26) Richard Yates, James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway, José Saramago, Flann O'Brien MCI (22) Stephanie Meyer mcseadogs (34) Jane Austen Me (40) used to be hemingway me (32) Not much of a literature type ME (25) Albert Camus, Leo Tolstoy Meaghan Charles Dickens Medusa59 (56) do not have one Meebo I much prefer plays Meg (16) apathy meg (22) markus zusak, janice galloway Meg (19) It would be easier to pick a favorite star in the sky Meg (31) Wilde. Roth. Meg (22) I dont know Megan (25) Nicholas Sparks Megan (20) Louise Erdrich Megan (32) Marx and (David Foster) Wallace Megan (18) Stieg Larsson, Oscar Wilde, Voltaire, Ralph Waldo Emerson Megan (23) David Foster Wallace megan (18) Carson McCullers Megil (51) Kafka, Proust, Borges, Salinger, Tripura Meher (32) Stephenie Meyer, Philippa Gregory, Bram Stoker Mel (16) Hemingway, Salinger, and Kafka Mel (20) Gore Vidal, Kurt Voneghut, Nick Hornby mel (32) Martin Amis, Joan Didion, Richard Price Mel (44) JD Salinger, Kurt Vonnegut, Tom Robbins Melanie (33) Cormac McCarthy. Stephen King. Melanie (33) Stephen King, Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, Pearl S. Buck, and so many more! MelBisMe (34) Chuck Palahnuik. Melinda (18) chuck palahniuk Melinda McGinley (30) Robert Heinlein, Oz Monroe...many others. I like words. M.Elisabeth Howell (52) George Orwell, Mark Twain Melissa (23) Shakespeare melissa (17) Again - I don't have time to read unless it's Forbes magazine Melissa (40) Mark Twain Melissa Diane Hudson Laurie Notaro Melissa Farr (25) Pete Hammill, Jodi Piccoult Melissa Farr (29) Francine du Plessis Gray, Tomas Hardy, MFK Fisher, Christopher Hitchens, Dickens, Heinlein, Shakespeare Melissa P (63) Anne Fine, Frances Hodgeson Burnette, Melly The ones that make me stop and think and dream and imagine and fall in love with their characters. Melody (22) I'm going to translate "prose" as "fiction." I like Edgardo Vega Yunque, John Steinbeck, Edwidge Danticat, and Truman Capote among others. Mel Sundquist (20) Anatole France meltemis Great question, too many to choose from. I love them all. Melvia (28) dr seuss Memelord (15) Chaucer Memyselfandi Poe Menjou (21) mario puso, alexander dumas, jack london, mark twain menon (33) i can't remember mercedes (27) Zola Meredith Sara Teasdale Meredith (23) Charles lamb Merit (56) Charles lamb Merit (56) Charles lamb Merit (56) Charles lamb Merit (56) Charles lamb Merit (56) Charles lamb Merit (56) Charles lamb Merit (56) Barbara Kingsolver, H. Murakami, Tillie Olsen merlinharp (57) Paulo Coelho Mersiha (20) Douglas Adams, Steven King, Patricia Cornwell, Dan Brown, Iris Johansen, etc etc etc Metztli (23) Leo Tolstoy, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Joseph Conrad MFSmith (16) Tennessee Williams mia Mark Twain, hands down Mia (27) Mc Ewan miami (65) I have to look that up micci (64) Edgar Allen Poe, CS Lewis, Orwell, Kafka Michael (40) Jonathan Swift, Stephen Fry, Flann O'Brien, Peter Ackroyd Michael (46) Haruki Murakami, Dostoevsky, Bret Easton Ellis Michael hemingway michael mary J blidge Michael (43) dumas michael (24) Rimbaud, Hemingway Michael (21) anne rice, Neville and Purnelle, Michael (52) No one Michael (53) I do not have one. Michaela (20) None. Michaela Tee (15) no idea Michael Kendall (16) DeLilo, Pynchon. Michael Thornberry Tea Michelle (30) Jesus and Jane Austen come to mind presently. Michelle (24) Jane Austen, more to come in the future. Michelle Jeong (20) N/A Michelle Sandino (15) Peter Schaffer, Arthur Miller, Annie Dillard, David Wallace Foster, Edgar Allen Poe, michou (19) I don't like to play favourites here much, but I do like reading science fiction. Mick (28) Reading Trollope, Jane Austen, Dickens and Thomas Hardy for the 100th time Mignonne (53) Leo Tolstoy, Khaled Hosseini, Salman Rushdie mihaela (26) Arnon Grundberg, Jane Austen mihaelaian (42) collbry Mika can't help you here Mike (33) Kerouac, Haruki Murakami Mike (14) - Mike (32) Me Mike (53) Steinbeck Mike (58) Oscar Wilde Mike (42) Charles Dickens Mike (29) Cormac McCarthy, Mike G. (25) Demille, Roddy Doyle mikemc1156 Truman Capote Mike Sadler (53) Amy In Dallas Milfred (35) Mesa Selimovic, Ivo Andric ,Dostoyevsky... Mili (20) Ivo Andric, Franz Kafka. Milly (23) Jane Austen, Robert Muchamore Milly (16) Austen millymay (84) Jane Eyre Mimi (53) Don't have one Mimi (31) Ummmm Mimi (24) henry james, thomas mann mimì (48) Rosemary Turchi Mimi (57) Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Leo Tolstoy Mimikeekee (23) jack Kerouac Mina (15) J k rowling Mind (17) Marilynne Robinson, LM Montgomery, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Charles Dickens. Minerva Black (30) rabindranath tagore minto (28) john steinbeck, john fante mirabilis (48) Langston Hughes Miriam Liggett (48) So many to name, of now I would say Irish writers like W.B. Yeats and greats like him. mischa (22) I tend to like books more than writers now. Misha (24) I do not believe I am at liberty to say. Misk Odium Oersted Banana Yoshimoto, Viktor Pelevin miso JK Rowling, Larsson Miss J.K. Rowling, Cecilia Ahern misshermes (20) william wordsworth miss karachi He's not the best, he's not the greatest novelist alive, he will never win the Nobel prize for literature, but I love the Universes that Douglass Coupland create. Miss Mia Moriarty (29) Manly P Hall, John B Keane, Miss Noble (0) Francesca Lia Block Missy (44) Whitman Missy (45) debbie macomber, hannah l clark Missy Gay (42) no particular favorite mister buzz (49) I have not had much experience with fictional prose, only history. Mitchell: for Ophelia Leo Tolstoy. Mitela (22) Leo Tolstoy, Jane Austen, Ayn Rand Mitela (25) Arthur Schnitzler Mitja (36) I still have to find one that really pierces my soul. Mitsuko (22) nabokov mitzi (28) Right now, Cory doctorowe Miyo (12) I cannot say that I quite believe in the term prose being synomous with any work of written word MJ (22) Elizabeth Gilbert, Gail Carson Levine, JRR Tolkien, Jodi Picoult MJ (23) Flannery O'Conner mj (39) At the moment, Truman Capote and Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. M. J. A. Armstrong (60) Anyone who can write words that move me MJF (34) truman capote, jack kerouac, jane austen mjwhite (21) Dostoyevsky. Kafka, and Steinbeck. M.K. (21) dunno mk (15) steinbeck, lehane, king mkayruger The ones that surprise me. Who catch me off guard and all of a sudden have me find myself in tears. Mkeekee (30) James Joyce, Charles Bukowski, Mark Z Danielewski, William S Burroughs, Emily Bronte, Herman Melville, John Keats, Boccacio M. Le Ahcim-nevets (31) Depends on my mood. MlleJacqueline Richard Pryce, Martin Amis MlleNeet Alice Walker, Isabelle Allende, Zadie Smith MM (34) Suzanne Collins M&M (38) I don't have one MMS William Gibson, Samuel Beckett and Voltaire Mnemonic Aberration Tom Robbins, Santiago Posteguillo, Groucho Marx, Dumas, Dickens, Dostoievsky mobtomas (48) Henry James and Hippolyte Taine modernmonsters tom brosseau, aimee man, kris kristoferson, loretta lynn moeder (32) Presently, Ruth Ozeki and Sandra Dallas Mohamjip (66) Zafon, Lahiri, Flynn, Praew Mohini (20) Woody Allen Moistoidy (43) Hemingway and Turgenev Molea Razvan (23) Kurt Vonnegut Molly (19) I don’t have one Molly Evans (47) Baudelaire mollykate74 (38) Mark Twain momcat (60) Paulo coehlo, Antoine st. Exupery Mona Beckett, Dostoevsky, Murakami, Woolf, Hitchens Mona Sen (22) Terry McMillan, Carl Weber, Mary Higgins-Clark Monica Stowe Wilde, Salinger, Capote monson (28) Alfred Polgar montanadrifter (68) j.k. rowling montie williams (16) Mark Twain Monty (35) N/A Mooke (16) John 0'Hara, Dickens, Greg Iles Moose (40) Flannery O'Connor and Annie Dillard, for their binding of mysticism, misery, and splendor Morazda (42) Shrek Morgan No favourite Morgana John Green and Lurelene McDainel MorganFYS13 (18) J. S. LeFanu, Oscar Wilde, Peter Ackroyd Morgan Toft none morgwei (28) Moses Mother (54) Don't have one, don't want one Mouse (42) I lack one. MP3 (22) Hemingway, Norman Mailer, Amos Oz, Emerson and Sartre MPaylor (21) non existent Mr. A (17) No one in particular Mr. A (17) Stephen King and Peter Benchley Mr. Frank (56) Steinbeck; Updike; Galdós MrJones (28) Neil Gaiman, Patrick McCabe MRM (28) lewis carroll Mr. Mandarin (41) RL Stine Mr Peters (30) I don't have a favorite. Mrs. Lincoln (49) O'brien and Wodehouse, Mellville as well. Mrtimm Umm, as of now Khaled Hosseini, Fyodor Dostoevsky, George Bernard Shaw, and Jhumpa Lahiri. The list constantly changes. MsAPH (21) Ugh Ms. Barbara (19) Writers that can put magic into print. Ms. L (22) Flannery O'Connor; Harper Lee; Sherman Alexi; William Shakespeare Ms. Martin (46) don't have one mstinyS Kazuo Ishiguro, Hemingway mStonerCEO (45) My husband...who only writes to me. MsVicky E.T.A. Hoffmann, A.A. Milne, Susanna Clarke, Hans Christian Andersen, Charles Dickens, Neil Gaiman. MTHSP (28) Nicholas Sparks and John Green MUElexandra (19) nichalous sparks MUElizabeth (19) Terry Brooks Muffin (25) It changes but right now, Annie Dillard, George Elliott, Gabriel Garcia Marquez muhbuh (47) Dunno MUJakeWilkinson (18) i do not have a favorite MUkelly (18) Rowling, Greene, Hemingway, Plath, Lee, and King. MULydia (18) Rowling, Greene, King, and Lee. MULydia (18) Agatha Christie, J.K. Rowling, Terry Pratchett Mumblingtruth (24) Joyce, Celine, Genet, Lewis, Wallace, Dickens, McCabe Murphy (21) none Musa (16) Hemingway, Bret Easton Ellis mutterhals (31) The one with the darkest soul Myalyn Hernandez (17) spam commenters my answers are perfect; yall should read Brooks. Mychel Shannon (18) Anais Nin My Dear Materialista (27) none myra (22) Shakespeare Myra I will pass on this question. I do not know any. Myron (26) i have no idea Mystery Mind Over Matter (19) Edgar Allen Poe, Franz Kafka, Kurt Vonnegut, Raymond Carver, Anton Chekhov, Ernest Hemingway, Sylvia Plath, Ray Bradbury… N (20) Mary Shelley, the Bronte Sisters, and Joyce Carol Oates N (32) JD Salinger nad (17) Arundati Roy, Raymond Carver Nadine (21) G.K. Chesterton (also J.R.R. Tolkein's setting descriptions) Naleks (23) Virginia Woolf, Rabindranath Tagore NamraSultan Leo Tolstoy Nana (23) E. B. White, George Orwell, Jane Austen Nancy (78) Tolkien, Dickens, Austen, and Alice Munro nancy Eggers, Salinger, Steinbeck Nancy (41) Borges, Carmen Martín Gaite, Rebecca Solnit Nancy B (40) Neil Gaiman, Brian Doyle, JKR, Jim Lynch Naomi (19) any writer who is no longer living narelle pederick (40) I dont have opinions on this yet. Narrator (5) Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Charles Dickens Nat don't have one Natalia (33) Shakespeare, Haruki Murakami, Emily Bronte, Jane Austen, Jk Rowling, Jeffrey Eugenides Natalie (18) Richard Yates and so many others. Natalie MJ (31) I don't read much, but I'd say George Orwell Natanya (95) Mark Twain Natasha (49) uh Nate (16) Muhammed Nate (23) Langston Hughes natedawg (28) maroun abboud Nathalie (20) Jack Kerouac Nathan Plato Nathan (28) Herman Hesse, Frank Herbert, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Aldous Huxley Nathan I clearly don't read enough; Po Bronson? Nathan (35) Marcel Proust and Virginia Woolf Nathan (27) Bill James, C.S. Lewis Nathaniel (24) Not involved with the story Nathaniel (20) Not involved with the story Nathaniel Kerouac and Kesey Nathan Thorne (53) gone are the days of the prose writer navera (57) stephanie meyer neckice can't chose just one Neek (54) None at the moment. Neeka (27) Vonnegut. Neetzi (18) Hard to choose one. NEL (20) none Neller (35) Paolo Coelho nelly elizabeth bronte Nelly (31) C. S. Lewis, Dylan Thomas, William Shakespeare, Ernest Hemingway, T. S. Eliot, Robert Frost, Isaac Asimov, Kurt Vonnegut, J. D. Sallinger, F. Scott Fitzgerald, George Orwell and Frank Herbert. Nels (31) Eça de Queiroz nene (57) Oscar Wilde, George Orwell, Emily Bronte and Neil Gaiman. neptune Don't have any specific ones Nessa Meg Cabot, Carol Smith and Leon Uris Nessie (18) I have no clue Nette (18) Why is there not a nonfiction section here? Plato, Nietzsche, Zizek. Newlin (25) At the moment I like Scott westerfield, Hugo, and Vonnegut... you? Nia (15) Charlotte Bronte, Louisa Alcott and Anais Nin Nia Robinson (19) William Faulkner and Thomas Mann Nic (24) those that have suffered Nic (27) William Faulkner and Pat Conroy Nicholas (18) None at present Nicholas Kovacev (12) i dont have any Nick (35) Susan Sontag, Proust, Thomas Mann, Thomas Hardy, Henry James Nick (20) Paulo Coelho, Julian Barnes, Hemingway, Vonnegut Nick (31) Johann Strauss Nick Graham Greene C.S. Lewis and Tolkien NickiNorker (48) ... nicoca (21) Don DeLillo and Elena Ferrante Nicolas (28) I'd rather not pick one, because all I'd think about is the ones I didn't mention. Nicolas Bossons (16) Neil Gaiman, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, H.G. Wells, Lewis Carroll Nicole (14) idk nicole (23) Stig Larsson Nicole (18) James Joyce and J.D. Salinger Nicole (22) J.k Rowling Nicole (17) Kahlil Gibran Nicole EP (25) Terry McMillian Niece (42) none NiGht (23) Ziemiański, King, Anne Rice nightinday (19) None Nik (30) Rainbow Rowell. J K Rowling Nikita (26) Margaret Atwood, Margaret Lawrence, The Bronte Sisters Nikki (35) I need to read more Nikkita Saeed (21) Joseph Campbell and Peter Wessel Zapffe Nikolai Kleppe (44) I don't have any Nikon Shooter Alexandre Dumas, Elias Petropoulos Nikos (29) I dont know Nillie (21) Currently (and possibly for always) Antoine de Saint-Exupery and Jane Austen. Nina (21) cormac mccarthy nina (27) Quim Monzó, Haruki Murakami Nina Mars (22) maya angelou nina tangimetua (23) none Nique (18) im not sure right now Nirmal Singh (99) joan didion, philip roth nmh (32) Wittgenstein, Nietzsche, Joyce, Melville, Artaud, Pessoa... Noah the good (23) Julian Barnes, Don Delillo, Annie Proulx, Salman Rushdie... Noddy (26) Mark twain Noelle I'm working on being my own NoGurus (20) Camus, Woolf, Didion nom de plume Junger, Nietzsche, Spengler, Slauerhoff. Nomen nescio (24) FAR too many! Nomers (19) vonnegut none given Neil Gaiman. None More Bitter (20) chesterton, tagore, bacon, agatha christie, nora roberts nono (22) Proust, Nabokov, Lewis (as in C. S.), St Exupery nools (21) Proust, Dostoevsky, Nabokov, Lewis, Hemingway, Robinson (M) nools (23) I don't have time to read. Nora (20) Tolstoy but there are so many others I have read and loved..... Noraq Carl Weber, James Patterson Norman W (35) Feist, Dahl and Pratchett Not (26) Vonnegut, Cabot, Lem, Weiner Nova (44) Toni Morrison & Charles Dickens Nova (32) Frank Herbert, Douglas Adams, JRR Tolkien, KJ Parker, William Gibson NR-2082 (32) Federico García Lorca, Osamu Dazai, Aldous Huxley Nrvnqsr (27) Anyone who tells me a story ns Frank Herbert, Friedrich Nietzsche, William James, Bertrand Russell Nuance (26) Chuck Palahnuick Nudge (36) Yukio Mishima, Nikolai Gogol. numeroita (24) Simone de Beauvoir, Marguerite Duras, Mário Sá Carneiro, Tolkien NynnaS. (36) Cartarescu oanaa (23) at the moment, ralph ellison OB There are none Ode None. Odie (24) currently -- Tanith Lee Odile (36) Edgar Allen Poe, Sandra Cisneros. Odilia (47) I couldn't recall Odyssey Willow (16) Beckett, Masłowska, Gombrowicz ohlaskeau (21) Alexandre Dumas, Rex Stout, Clive Cussler oldie-goldie (99) Nabokov, Mann olga (22) Charles Dickens, Arthur Conan Doyle, Christopher Ricks, Stephen Jay Gould, Christopher Hitchens, Bill Bryson, David Gemmell. Oli Tearle (28) maybe myself. Oliver Bob Dylan Olivia (17) Marilynne Robinson, Emily Bronte, Greil Marcus oliviathunderkitty (63) Jack Kerouac, Manuel Acuña, Cortázar Oliwankenobi (21) Don't have one. Olly (37) Nabokov, Orwell Omar (17) Terry trueman Neil gaimen Omar p. (26) Gwendolyn Brooks, Lorraine Hansberry, Fredrick Douglass OneMan Margaret Atwood and Neil Gaiman at the moment. ontherazzle (40) Ray Bradbury ooinla (40) Don't read prose Oph (30) Joyce, David Foster Wallace, and Fitzgerald. ORK (22) camilleri orsetto (19) jonathan franzen oscar (29) thomas bernhard, joseph roth, Oskar (60) I have none Oso Cortazar, Onetti otto (21) Miguel Cervantes, Virginia woolf, and William butler yates Ovi (24) Machiavelli oxoboxo (22) Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett and Stephen Hawking. Øyvind (27) Jules Verne, H.G. Wells, Charles Dickens, and Roald Dahl. Ozymandias Jefferson Roosevelt (24) William Faulkner, William Shakespeare, China Mieville PAB (43) JK Rowling, Hunter S. Thompson, F. Scott Fitzjerarld Pacie valmiki Paddy (29) jane austen, j.d. salinger pagina (20) Murakami , Marquez, salinger Paige (34) Murakami , Marquez, salinger Paige (34) Jane Austen and Nicholas Sparks Paige (29) I do not have a favorite Paige Hall (17) Byron Palaila (28) Alan Moore, Chuck Klosterman palais (32) Rhonda Byrne Paldies (39) Too many to list here Pam (63) Shakespeare Pam Blackwell Jane Austen, the Bronte sisters, Lovecraft, Tolkien, Clive Barker Pamcake (28) alcatraz pamelaja (27) JK Rowling Panchi umberto eco pandaaah (23) Franz Kafka, Jean-Paul Sartre Panic (18) mome panthergirl (36) Hemingway and Fitzgerald and etc. Parker (18) Elizabeth Goudge, Nick Hornby, parksmi (51) Nabokov, Thomas Wolfe parvati6 Kurt Vonnegutt and Larry McMurtry Pat (39) - Patek (25) John Updike, Robert Harris, Thomas Hardy Pat Garrett (26) Niccolo Machievelli, Friedrich Nietzsche, Web DuBois, William Strunk Jr, Robert Pinksy. Patrick J. Derilus Kerouac, Burroughs, Hemingway Patrick Trotti (26) i dont read prose music room patroklos joyce carol oates,david foster wallace,henry miller,proust,janet frame,michael cremo,eckhart tolle patsy,world war II baby JD Salinger, Angelo Lacuesta Patti (20) Dashilell Hammet, Charles Dickens and Herman Wouk Patty (32) Zola bukowski Patty (56) Evelyn Waugh, Margaret Atwood Patty Cake (29) salmon rushdie Paula (54) Irvine Welsh, Oscar Wilde, J D Salinger Paula (19) Stephen King and Neil Gaiman Paulie (23) Chuck palahnuick Paulina (18) Don't read Pauline53 (53) Lester Bangs Paulshrug (44) Salinger PaWe (50) the line is too short to name them all :) And I would not like to have to chose one pax (23) none PB (20) Myself Pea (17) Not aware of any. Pearl Maxwell (29) J.R.R. Tolkien, Alexandre Dumas (the father) Pedro Albernaz (20) Cervantes, Henry James, Marcel Proust, James Joyce Pedro Luis Munoz (24) Woolf, Yates, Kerouac, Eugenides, plenty upon plenty of short story writers. I love your works more with time. Pedro Tejada (20) Annie Proulx, Elizabeth George Peggy (57) Don't have any. pehi (26) F Scott Fizgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Cormac McCarthy, Kazao Ishiguro Penney (48) C S Lewis Pepper C S Lewis Pepper David Foster Wallace Percy (27) To have a favorite one must be aware of more than a single example Peregrine Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman Perfidia unknown pesser (57) Currently Flaubert and Nietzsche Pessoa non Grata Tom Clancy Peter Dyson (56) Le Carre, Cheever, Proust, Borges Peter Heron (57) I have not the eye for poetry Peter Joseph Tamber Maxima Gaffney I admire anyone with the capacity to create real literature that also involves great storytelling. I wish I could see what all the fuss is about with Hemingway and Steinbeck and other "greats." I'm probably too jealous of their acclaim to be fair. Peter Silva (46) impossible to answer Petree (22) ian mcewan, john fowles, d h lawrence Phil (44) Thomas Pynchon Phil Chuck Klosterman, Chuck Pahliniuk, Chuck Berry Phil (25) charles baudelaire philippe (59) I haven't read #15 yet, but James Patterson. And Lisa Gardner. And Janet Evonovich. Philomena (80) Lois McMaster Bujold and Wilkie Collins. Phil R. (30) No One Phoebe (18) Too many to list Phoenix (39) george carlin phreec (35) Parker, Grisham, Patterson, Rule, among others Phyllis Boyajian Branche tolkien picfxr (45) Myself as I write down my cases P.I. Elliot Jean Coqt Pieterpad (80) Tolstoy - Dawkins- Euginedes Pingbluto sidney sheldon pintoo (24) Not sure I have one Piper Bella Rose Steinbeck, Harper Lee Pistol Pete Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt, Muriel Barbery, Rainer Maria Rilke pk_evanescent (38) at the moment, Philip Roth, Henry Miller. pk_henry Ernest Hemingway, Mark Twain, Alan Moore Platinum Era (21) Terry Pratchett, and Neil Gaiman Plebelbe (21) David Foster Wallace, Fitzgerald. Pleiadian7 (59) Banana Yoshimoto Plusein (25) me, myself, and I pluto (26) Good question, all I read is the Emperors works. Pontius Pilate (30) Nancy Mitford and Evelyn Waugh Poobah (65) Tagore Tolstoy Pooja none Pooki (55) Thomas Pynchon, Kurt Vonnegut, Carl Sagan poop fella (25) Thomas Kohnstamm Pope (31) saramago pp (31) Mahmoud Darwish, Cormac McCarthy and Kurt Vonnegut Pranaya R (28) The one that inspires me as I read Prasanna (23) None Prashant Gnawali (22) None comes to mind as favorites Pratama (22) Anais Nin Pratiksha (15) again with the reading. Preacher (34) Leo Tolstory PriC (26) Baudelaire Priceequation (33) The one and only J.K. Rowling. Prime Minister Appa (50) proust and dickens Prismatic (74) John Green Protagonist (20) no idea what those are Protagonist Proust, Handke, Burgess, Pessoa, Robert Walser, Cortázar, James Joyce, Nietzsche (to only name a maximum of one from each country) Protovium (63) Brandon Sanderson at the moment Pseudointeresting (17) Orwell,M.G.Dantec PUNK PAINTER (37) pahlaniuk puppylush (35) Chinua Achebe, Wangari Maathai Qaz (30) Proust Qi (18) William Shakespear Quasimodo (30) Still reading. Quinn (23) I don'r read prose unfortunately. qweasd unknown R (50) Neil Gaiman Rachel (21) Tolstoy and Tolkein Rachelmate (39) NO ONE RACHU (32) Christopher Hitchens, Martin Amis, Philip Pullman radomu (18) Hemingway. raf (19) Tolkein Ragna (19) Anne Rice, Garcia Marquez, Laura Esquivel, etc. RagsTyler (33) Henry James, William Faulkner, Virginia Woolf, James Joyce, Thomas Hardy. Rah (25) J.K. Rowling; Khaled Hussaini; Dan Brown;Ram Guha. Rahul (21) JK Rowling, John Steinbeck Rain (16) JK Rowling, John Steinbeck Rain Emily Bronte and Tolstoy Raj (18) There are none Raju (21) I don't know what that is. My favorite writers are Salinger and Vonnegut. Ralph (21) Suzanne Collins, Elizabeth Moon, C.J. Cherryh, Charlotte Bronte Ramesses Benjamin Lewis (27) Jeyakanthan Ramu (59) Baudelaire Ran (25) none ranjali (20) George RR Martin, Andrew Hozier Byrne, Mali Music. Raph The Bronte sisters, Kiki reads them to me Rapunzel for now, Audrey Niffennegger, Robert Frost Raquelle (17) Edgar Allan Poe Rara (22) Franz Kafka Rashmi (21) None. Raumabaya or The Rau (00) vladimir nabokov rave (18) Tracy Chevalier, Charlotte Bronte. Raven (30) jd salinger raven (17) None Raven (15) James Keating, Neil Gaiman Raven Anston Cory Doctorow and Neil Gaiman. Ray of Mars (36) Umberto Eco, rb3868 (52) Wilde RD Not sure Rebecca (19) Sylvia Plath and Maya Angelou Rebecca Scheid (13) none Rebekah (29) Isherwood Recross (25) Martin, Tolkien, Wu Cheng-en, Doyle Red (26) At the moment, Jim Butcher and Robert Jordan and George R.R. Martin Redbeard (24) J Joyce Redrover (50) Anyone willing to spill their hearts and dreams out for me to read Ree (21) none ree (24) William Faulkner, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway Reed Braden (19) Whoever writes those Harlequin Romances Reggie Benjamin (35) Not sure Remi (28) Any romance novelist, who wants to think too much. Renata (0) none Renath Dave Eggers and Haruki Murakami Renee Stanko (27) Pablo Neruda reneetriay (40) Edgar Allan Poe. Ren Harris dr seuss haha renno (17) Marcel Proust Renos (24) Harper Lee, Nabokov, Patrick Suskind Renuka (21) Philip K. Dick, Vonnegut, Nabokov Requiem (27) living, James Lee Burke and Gloria Naylor; dead, Virginia Woolf and Dante res10k9v5@frontier.com I can't answer this with enough knowledge Rethinker (26) Nabokov retroandi David Foster Wallace. Reuben Samson (21) Hemingway, Harper Lee Reva Ann (20) none Rewrew none Rhail (38) Vestdijk RHCdG (52) coelho,irving, Rhea (25) Edgar Allan Poe, Richard Adams, Harper Lee, Kurt Vonnegut Ric H (41) I don't read often. Richard (22) Gene Wolfe, Anton Chekov, Saul Bellow, Melville, Rick Flannery O'Connor, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Oscar Wilde, Robert Penn Warren, G.K. Chesteron Rick (18) Caitlin Moran. Rie Mike Shinoda Riley (26) A clichéd choice but: James Joyce, Marcel Proust, Vladimar Naokov, William Shakespeare, Virgina Woolf, George Orwell, Karl Marx, Alan Moore, Umerto Eco,Jorge Luis Borges, and alexander Dumas riley (19) Harper Lee or Suzanne Collins Riley (14) Harper Lee or Suzanne Collins Riley (14) none Rilo Dostoevsky, Bulgakov, Minaev, Virginia Woolf, James Joyce Rina (20) memiors ... those would be hardest to write. Rini I really need to read more prose. Rinilia (17) Milan Kundera Riss (37) Juno Diaz Rissa (18) Don DeLillo, Neil Gaiman, Neal Stephenson, William Gibson, Paul Auster, Antoine Saint-Exubery RiverSong (32) Rumi Riza (17) Chekhov - and all those who keep it simple Rizwan (21) junot diaz ro (21) osho rob (54) Hemingway, David Foster Wallace Rob (27) Christopher Hitchens, Mikhail Bulgakov, Kurt Vonnegut. Robbie Curran (19) Joyce, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy Robert Danduran (26) Jorge Luis Borges and Juan Rulfo Roberto Rivadeneyra Q (35) He thought for a long period of time over this question. His heart welled with the weight of possibility presented before him. He then pressed his fingers on the keys and typed, "Me." Robert Tatler (18) Plato Robin (22) kerouac rob luddington (45) Willa Cather, George Elliott, Amy Tan Robo (56) Not sure. robot In ym opinion, William Shakespeare, but as i said before, favorites are demening. Robyn (15) Anaïs Nin, Maya Angelou, Dottie Parker, Robert Benchley. Rochelle (40) Oscar Wilde Rockstar Parenti, Zinn, and Chomsky Rodders (32) many depends on my mood Roderick Right now, P.G. Wodehouse Rodrigo (24) saul williams rodrigo zarate (29) Terry Pratchett, George Orwell, lately it's been Chuck Palahniuk. Rod Weiler (21) Tolkien Roe (47) ken kesey (i love the book one flew over the cuckoos nest) roguebroccoli (18) Christopher Hitchens Rollwagen (26) King Solomon Roma (14) I think I'll start reading more, now. Roman (38) Shakespeare, Capote, John L:ennon and Paul McCartney Romina (16) Jonathan Safran Foer, J.D. Salinger Romina (21) Robert Frost Ronald (40) Kundera, Kerouac, Camus Ronen (27) Don't have any. Roo (20) Agatha christie roro (23) John Macdonald Fraser Rorshavhanswer (18) C.S. Lewis, Edgar Allen Poe, and Rumer Godden (to name a very few) Rosa (19) Thomas Hardy, always, but Elizabeth Jolley, Jeannette Winterson Rosalee Firth Henery Thoreu Rosalie Grace (16) J.K. Rowling, Dan Brown, Ernest Hemingway Rosalinda Chavez (19) Emerson Rose (17) JK Rowling Rose (33) William Shakespear Rose JK Rowling, Augusten Burroughs, Roxane Gay, Janet Fitch. Rose (31) None Roseanne (29) I enjoy Iris Johansen, Anne Rice, and many others Rosie (52) I don't have any. Rosie WG Sebald, Geoff Dyer, Didion, Alexievitch Rossboss (37) michael crichton rossi don't have one ro to the rah (20) Don't know. Rowan (16) Jane Austen Rowan Bartlett (23) Ernest Hemingway Rox (17) Paulo Coelho, Khaled Hosseini Roxanne Mooneys (22) who? rsan None rtalien (25) Ursula K. Le Guin, Marcel Proust, Fyodor Dostoevsky RTC (21) I usually like only one or two books by a writer, not everything they have done. rubysparkles (23) Kate Chopin Rudi (24) None Rumi (42) Anatole France, Voltaire, M. John Harrison, J.B. Cabell. runur (44) Too many to mention Rushkami (27) Gabriel Garcia Marquez Ruska (33) Margret Peterson Haddix. I like lots of books, but I dont pay attention to the authors names. Ruskin Clay (17) me Ruskin Clay (17) George Bernard Shaw and TS Elliot Russell Sandbach (53) steinbeck Ruth (48) Agatha Christie Ruthie (19) J.K. Rowling and George R. R. Martin Rux Neil Gaiman, Edgar Allan Poe R. W. (26) David Foster Wallace Ryan (18) J.R.R. Tolkien Ryan B (23) Thompson, Crichton, Hemmingway. Ryan Brun (23) Palahniuk, Wallace, Hemingway, Vonnegut. Ryan Brun (27) David Foster Wallace. Ryan Brun (29) If I were less ignorant, I would answer..... Ryan C (30) Dickens and Wilde and Coelho Ryan Riley (26) Pahlaniuk, Gaiman, Quinn, and McCarthy Ryno (26) C.S. Lewis, Edgar Allan Poe, J.K Rowling Ryssan (22) Laini Taylor, Catherynne Valente S (13) Pablo Neruda s33d (20) None Saba (19) For now, Charles Bukowski, Neil Gaiman, and Roald Dahl Sabine (18) oscar wilde Sabri (19) N/A Sabrina None Sabrina Don't have one Sacha (30) evelyn waugh, barbara pym s. a. hensley (45) L-f Celine saief (28) Mostly all- we are all famous to cookup things to save skin. SAI LAXMI TATINENI (40) Albert Camus or Douglas Adams depending on whether I'm questioning my own life or the world around me. saill (24) Langston Hughes Salem (21) Hilary Mantel Sally of Kent milton sam (19) germans Sam (24) Ernest Hemingway, David Foster Wallace and Mark Twain Sam (22) Suzanne young Sam (17) songwriters in general Samantha (17) Stephen King, Tom Clancy Samantha (30) Harper Lee Samantha (35) I'm not entirely sure that I have a favorite. Sam Gordon (18) I don't have one Sami (18) No specific samps (29) Dostoyevski SamSam (33) J.K. Rowling Samuel (19) Neal Stephenson, Neil Gaiman, Frank Herbert, Mark Helprin, Steven Ericson San J R R Tolkien Sandu (15) Marilynne Robinson Sandy none Sandy (32) Don't know any Sandy (25) thoreau sankari (39) King, Palahnuik, John Green, Austen. Sara (23) Joan Didion Sara (57) too many to count Sara (50) enjoying bonnie prince billy's lyrics right now and morrissey's Sara C aka Snacks aka Sarbs (26) Beckett and Proust Sarah (23) prose isn't my favorite sarah right now, anyone who keeps a notebook. sarah (14) I have none Sarah (23) none Sarah (38) danielewski sarah (22) cesar aira, umberto eco, fred vargas Sarah (33) I don't know of any. Sarah (27) Idk Sarah (24) Dostoyevsky, Neil Gaiman, Lewis Carroll Sarah (27) Jane Austin sarahbeth (21) Scott Fitzgerald Sarah Carlton (18) Austen Sarah Hollinger (28) Don't read. SarahSometimes (22) I'm not sure? Sarah Taylor Vernarecci (19) Plato Sarah Taylor Vernarecci (19) Shakespeare,Garcia marquez, Llosa, Allende. sara luisa hincapie (23) David Foster Wallace, Geoff Dyer, Eula Biss Sara Ortiz (27) Right now, E.A.Poe, H.P.Lovecraft and Dostoevskij Sara P. (18) marguerite yourcenar sargual Becket, Wolf Sasha (30) Dr. Seuss Sasha Hasanbegovic (26) Malcolm Gladwell, jeffery steingarten Sasha_M (34) Ethelreda Lewis, Jhumpa Lahiri, F. Scott Fitzgerald Sasha Sutton (22) Shakespeare sat (20) Tolkien. sauron (24) Jane Austen, J.K. Rowling, C.S. Lewis, Viriginia Woolf, Charlotte Bronte, Charles Dickens... NOT Hemingway Savannah (27) no clue Savannah Henry (18) David Foster Wallace savannahw. (19) shakespeare scarletsquirrel (13) T. H. White Scarlett (25) Nabokov, Ishiguro, Grahams both Swift & Greene, Richard Russo Scooter (29) Ellen Hopkins Scooter190 (21) John Green Scott (17) Contemporarily, Bill Bryson Scott777 Let me read more before I answer that Scotty (18) I'm not very familiar with any at this time. Scotty too many to mention (if I have to, Harper Lee and Haruki Murakami) Scout (26) Many...Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Jean Paul Satre, Jack Kerouac, Phillip K. Dick, Joseph Conrad, Ken Saro-wiwa and many more Screaming Bastard Child of the Apocalyps (23) Proust, Maughm, Shakespeare, Melville Sean (19) Currently, John Mortimer and P.J. O'Rourke. Sean D. Thompson (22) Bukowski, Krakaeur Sean Kennedy (22) Nietzsche! Sean Reveille (19) Alejandro Dumas, H.P Lovecraft, Gustav Flaubert Sebasagot (23) EM Forster, Herman Melville, Nabokov, Maugham. Sebastian (18) Bob Dylan, Allen Gingsberg Sebastian H (18) proust and italo calvino Sedona (16) Nabokov, Marquez, Kundera, Pamuk, Vonnegut, Jerome K. Jerome, Camus Sejal Ghia (24) James Joyce, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Selene H. Brent deSade SeraphimeRising (31) Marian Keyes is the only name I recall. Serena (26) Too many Serene Lim (24) Anyone who speaks their truth and rings a bell with mine serenity Cormac McCarthy, Shakespeare, D.H. Lawrence, Joseph Conrad, Herman Melville, Evelyn Waugh Seth Street (19) André Gide & Jean d' Ormesson. Sexismandthecity (28) Satirical authors: Kurt Vonnegut, Douglas Adams, Ambrose Bierce, Edgar Allan Poe. Sgraham (28) Jane Austen, Joseph Conrad Shaina (22) Can't narrow it down ShaLo (66) I don't know, all of them Shamir (13) Marquez Shana (22) Bukowski, Flaubert Shane (19) chandler, shane (25) Covey, Willink Shane "I fear I am not well educated in prose to answer this question." Shanna (19) Faulkner, but I don't read much these days on account of my eye sight. Shannon Cole (22) Sylvia Plath Shari (21) So far, William Faulkner. Sharice (22) Dostoyevsky and Tolstoy have affected me the most so far. SharonBillings many shaurora (64) none right now Shawna (21) milan kundera, jonathan safran foer shawna (17) Jorge Luis Borges SHE (44) Those who sought out the truth Shea (28) Vladimir Nabokov, Italo Calvino, Ian Fleming, sometimes George Orwell, and, in the Sci-Fi ghetto, Timothy Zahn and Matthew Stover sheavsey (21) Maya Angelou Sheila D (55) it's the book, not the author, that matters shelby No knowledge of the subject. Shelley (32) none Shelly (17) Steven King and John Steinbeck have got to be among my favorites. Shellybelly1 (49) ???? Shep Howard Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman, Ali Smith, Tolkien, George RR Martin, Douglas Adams Sherry Fuller (41) nicholas sparks shiela (18) tolkien Shig (29) Ernest Hemingway Shiloh Moretti (16) George Orwell and H. P. Lovecraft Shimomeiji (19) I love to read my friend's stories, because imaginations teach me this special part of the people I love Shina (28) Iain Banks, Dostoyevski, Pratchett, John M. Ford Shinydan (34) jane austin ShiversB (19) none shodhana (20) Woolf, Shukle, Winterson, Wilde, shakespeare of course Shubhda (24) at the moment, alice munroe shupiwe (35) None Shy (25) Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, Gorky, Victor Hugo, too many to list Sid (57) Halldór Laxnes SID (53) I haven't read enough prose. I would go with Ruskin Bond, Edgar Allan Poe and Eliezer Yudkowsky for now. Siddharth (23) Jane Austen, George Elliot, Charlotte Bronte Sidedrive (70) The ones who are clever, funny, absurd and above all truthful Siena (21) Kurt Vonnegut, Signe (22) Henry Miller, Franz Kafka Simen (18) kerouac, salinger, eggers Simon (20) Oscar Wilde, Ignas Šeinius, Maxence Fermine Simona (16) William Blake sinawae (27) S.King sindjiro Chuck Palahniuk Sirena Wainford (17) Not sure, never thought about it. Sirith (33) Do not have one. Sir Richard (52) Jay Griffiths, Jung, David Abram, Bill Plotkin. Sixela Negomi Phillip K. Dick, Mervyn Peake, Virginia Woolf sj (23) William S Burroughs, J R R Tolkein SJ (44) Leo Tolstoy, Oscar Wilde, F. Scott. Fitzgerald Sj (16) Andrei Codrescu, Jack Kerouac, Anne Tyler SkinnyBoneTree (25) anonymous skitalica (27) Edgar Allen Poe skurge (18) Haruki Murakami, Milan Kundera Skytalker (26) Don't have any SL (22) none come to mind right away sleepy (20) none Slim Faulkner, Joan Didion, Cormac McCarthy, James Baldwin, Joseph Conrad Sloceface (23) Montaigne sluggishflow (22) At the moment, J. K. Huysmans and Thomas Pynchon S. M. A. Armstrong (21) Virginia Woolf, Thomas Mann, Iris Murdoch, Ismail Kadare, Arundhati Roy, Dostoyeviski Smaranda (33) Gene Roddenberry Smeghead The human ones (...how can I pick so few!) Smo (27) I'd no sooner ask a mother of ten to choose her favorite child. smude Douglas Adams snibab (19) madeline l'engle snorris (23) Geoffrey Chaucer Snyde (38) A.S. Byatt, Maria Bellonci So (22) Murakami, Auster, Garcia Marquez, McCarthy, Plath socksless Paul Auster, Nick Hornby Sofi (24) Marcel Proust, Franz Kafka. Sofia (15) my favourite writers change all the time but, seeing as i'm reading 1984, george orwell sofia (14) Scott Fitzgerald, Virginia Woolf, Truman Capote, Mishima Sofía Sallinger and Pablo de Santis Sofia Picasso (14) Poe, Galeano, Gaarder, Dahl, Tolkien, Gaiman, many others... Sofía P. S. (20) Nicholas Sparks ans Stephenie Meyer Sofyzitahh (23) Henry David Thoreau solitary confinement (44) None Solomon (24) Brandon Sanderson, Robert E. Howard SolomonGrundy (45) Cervantes, Shakespeare, Sartre. Sombra (20) Margaret Atwood, Jane Austen, Tim O'Brien, Charles Dickens Some random person (16) Robert frost Sonet P Laura Mulvey Sonia (25) Dostoyevski. Sonja (27) Nabokov Sonya Dahl (21) I like to read but don't have a favoriet writer Soos (32) vargas llosa, auster, javier marias sooz (38) Haruki Murakami, Neil Gaiman, J.K. Rowling, Philip Pullman, George Orwell, Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, Diana Wynne Jones, Lemony Snicket. Sophia (25) Jack Kerouac and James Joyce. Sophie (17) Tolstoy, Salinger, Kafka, Saint-Exupery, Dina Rubina, Lyudmila Ulitskaya Sophie i haven't read a book in a very long time. i'll choose Hugo. Sophie Marrion Zimer-Bradley Sorrow (23) i dont read that much souma (32) Proust, Marlowe SoundofWater (35) Murakami, Rowling, Hemingway Sourabh Bharadwaj (21) Salman Rushdie, Umberto Eco, Italo Calvino, Borges. S.P. (20) Hardy, Greene sp3ccylad (44) ellen pomarejo jessica zafra and lourd de veyra Spacebug (42) Anyone with something to offer Spacey (24) Whoever I am reading at the moment Sparrow (46) Hans Christian Andersen Sparrow (17) Marquez Speck (36) David Wong, Stephen King, HP Lovecraft Spencer (25) Robert Anton Wilson Spencer Stewart Ryder Windham and Shel Silverstein. Spencer Valdez (11) Poe, Patterson, and Joss Whedon. Spencer Valdez (12) Tom Clancy, HP Lovecraft, Voltaire. Spike Spiegel I prefer authors who write articles about Me. Spina Bifida ssssssssssssssssssssssss sssssssssssssssssssss (23) george elliot... for one ssv (40) At the moment, J.D. Salinger, J.R.R. Tolkien, and a multitude of others Starflower (19) G.R.R. Martin, J.R.R. Tolkien, Isaac Asimov Ste (26) greeks Stella (28) Milan Kundera, Charles Bukowski Stella (37) I don't have a favorite. Stella (53) J.K. Rowling Steph none Steph C. S. Forrester, Jane Austen, Jasper Fforde, Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde Stephanie (23) J.K. Rowling Stephanie (21) Those who write about transformations. Stephanie (18) I am so over fiction Stephanie (49) none stephanie (20) charles dickens ( most recently read little dorrit, bleak house and Pickwick papers ) stephbsemilla (40) Proust, Twain, Dickens, Michael Chabon, Michael Cunningham, David Sedaris Stephen (56) longfellow Stephen (78) William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens and Jules Verne. 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Subhartho (26) Angela Carter, Salman Rushdie, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, James Joyce, Jorge Luis Borges Sunbul (18) Subramania Bharathi and Vivekananda Sundaraa (32) Rabindranath Tagore, Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre. sunny hemingway & miller sunshineguerilla (28) I don't know Susan (63) John Steinbeck, Don DeLillo Susan (63) Too many to mention at the moment Susan Collins (21) CS Lewis, JR Tolkein Susan Dawn Fain (59) CS Lewis, JR Tolkein Susan Dawn Fain (59) Terry Pratchett Susie (20) dostoevsky, horace walpole susie karpasitis (26) No favorite Susie Q (73) shakespeare suzanne Salinger Suzanne (41) Anne Lamott Suzanne Cohen (53) jose saramago Suzy (19) W. S. Moem SvetikSmile (20) Rosemary Sutcliffe, Proust Swallow Proust ian ms ewan Sebastian Barry Swan (75) too many sybann (50) Oscar Wilde, Alexandre Dumas, Ambrose Bierce, John Green, J.D. Salinger, Garth Nix, Edgar Allen Poe. Sydchez Stephanie Meyer Sydney Kilbane (18) dostoevski t1 john berger, haruki murakami T (19) Dan Abnett, Bernard Cornwell, and HP Lovecraft T (26) patrick rothfuss, Christopher paolini T (18) Not sure. T (20) Stephen King, Kurt Vonnegut, Norman Mailer, Hunter S. Thompson, Flannery O'Connor. T.A. (34) ....prose? What's prose???? Tabitha Murray (42) Dean Koontz, Richard Castle, Tess Gerritsen, Taeleyn опять таки, слишком много. TAHbKA Steven Brust tai (22) ellen gilchrist taintme lauren defestano tal (13) Richard Wright and St. Augustine Tallulah (29) elif safak TAMAR (23) too many to name tamar (54) ernest hemingway tamara (48) too meany to name tamera miller (33) gabriel garcia marquez tanichis (32) N/A Tanwen Aschtherlar Tormey (18) I love Jane Austen and Louisa May Alcott and others of the like Tara (37) - Tash (29) Right now, Raul Brandão, Elena Ferrante, William Thoreau and Susan Sontag Tatiana (21) Edgar Allan Poe and Mark Twain. Tatiz (19) I have too many to start Taylor (24) At the moment, a friend of mine. I cannot think of others right now. Taylore Dawn (18) No specific preference, due to ignorance Taylor Van Allen (24) Dan Brown tazmur (26) Joyce, Carver TB Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Wodehouse, Waugh, Tom Wolfe T. Christopher Cox (43) Hemingway; Kazantzakis; Sarfranski; Camus Tebvy (24) smith Ted (26) None really Tee (40) Emily Bronte Teehee (18) austen,sarat chandra,marquez,mansfield TEESHA (27) At the moment...David Sedaris, Maya Angelou, Augusten Burroughs Tekoa Butler Neil Gaiman, maybe Teleute (17) George R. R. Martin, John R. R. Tolkien Teme (18) :V Tennrox :V Tennrox My son Teresa (43) Amy Bloom teri (73) samuel beckett,charles yu terios (21) I have none. Terra (22) Dont have any Terri (35) Jane Austen, Forster, Hawthorne, Flaubert Terry (41) Ashbery / Adam Fitzgerald Terry (66) Will Self and Robert McLaim Wilson TerryG (49) Imo Tep Terrylee (35) Anais Nin, Charles Bukowski Terrylynn0609 (39) CHARLES LAMB. PLATO . TERRY YORK II tenessy williams tess (24) Ingrid Jonker Tess (53) hard to say - Nabokov, Lee + others Tess Calopedos (17) Lara Adrien Tess Fiennes (40) rohington mistry, vikram seth tg (48) Saki, Colette, Roald Dahl, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Dorothy L. Sayers, Naomi Novik, Nancy Mitford, R. K. Narayan Thambi (24) no one thatchaa (17) Currently Annie Dillard that guy #999 (29) William Faulkner, Cormac McCarthy, Ernest Hemingway That New Chris Sloce (18) Steven Fry thebabycub (39) Bronte sisters, Poe, Flannery O'Connor The Beast Hunter S Thompson The Big Liddle (31) Hunter S. Thompson The Boss David Foster Wallace, Kurt Vonnegut The Desert (22) Gaiman. Hill. Perez Revente. Conan Doyle. Hemingway. Tolkien TheDoctor76 (35) Haruki Murakami The Essential Man (26) Fitzgerald theGeneral (19) don't know shit about prose the grill (31) I am not a particular fan of prose so could not state a favourite The hungry caterpillar (29) Sedaris, The Imprecise Duke Of Phonology (77) Chuck Palahniuk and JD Salinger The Josh Rollins (21) Marquis De Sade The Man In The Brown Hat Anthony Burgess, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, & Eve Titus The Mouse Avenger (20) None. Theo ? theravenette (15) Stieg Larsson, Sarah Singleton and Harper Lee theravenette (15) Sontag, Erdrich, Arendt The Roomba Mifi (28) Michael Ende, C. S. Lewis, Tolkien, Rothfuss Thia (29) Tolkien Thinplank (40) Vongegutt Thom (23) Thomas Mann, Julien Green, Stendhal Thomas12081983 Fuzzy Veevee Thomas (16) Jack Kerouac, William Chyldish ThomasM John Irving and Mark Childress Thomzagod (39) Kafka, Tolkien, David Foster Wallace, Murakami, Pynchon Thor Hammerstein (16) None, because I find the ability to relate to literature in every author. Thothanatos92 (23) I don't really like poetry... thoughtlessdreamer (15) I dunno. Thrakish (18) Yasunari Kawabata among a thousand others Thunderpussy (48) Shakespeare, Cervantes, Joyce, Tolstoy, Flaubert Tiago Moura (15) Nabokov Tianna I enjoy reading Poe and the occasional Stephen King novel. Tianna Alysia Kallan (37) Tennessee Williams tick don't have one tiffany Toni Morrison Tiffany (44) jane austen, jd salinger tiffany; (lifefromtheshelf.blogspot.com) (17) Fitzgerald TiffanyTee (26) Do not have one Tiger and Lions Charles Dickson Tim (27) N/A Tim J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis Tim (24) Steinbeck, O'Connor tim Raymond Carver, James Joyce Tim Hemingway and Nabokov. Tim Proser (17) George Orwell, Franz Kafka, Thomas Hardy Tim Sandle Joseph Campbell timwarnock (34) Jon Stewart and Daily Show are my favorite, Poetry Shakespeare Tina (32) Shakespeare Tina (44) Tolkien, Philip Pullman, Neil Gaiman Tinuvielyra not much a fan for prose Tivia Stewart (40) Charles Dickens, Alice Munro tj (39) Robert Graves, James Joyce, and Marcel Proust. Tobias Budge (25) I dont care for this question Tobyn Sebastian (24) James Baldwin, Gore Vidal, Edmund White, Kurt Vonnegut, C.S. Lewis, Ken Wilber, Thomas Merton. 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Tyler Scott (41) I hate playing favorites, but some are Twain, Vowell, Bryson, Dillard, E.B. White, Patrick Rothfuss, Ty-test Too many Udan Outwort (61) Oscar Wilde and Tagore Uddhipan Thakur (24) Same uiioop (17) William Kamkwamba umd.16 (20) Anne Theroux, E.F. Benson, Alan Bennett UnoZen Jack Kerouac, Anais Nin, Alan Watts, Henry Miller, Poppy Z Brite, Red Jordan Arobateau, Sherman Alexie, Charles Bukowski, Hunter S. Thompson Ursus M. H. Spelaeus (59) Currently: Bolano, Ashokamitran V (27) Poe has some great ones Val (31) Virginia Woolf, Truman Capote, Carson McCullers, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Saul Bellow, Soren Kierkegaard, Ernest Hemingway Valentina (17) Ian McEwan, Virginia Woolf, J. D. Salinger Valeria Ryrak (21) No one I know Valtharos (22) none Van (22) Proust vanessa (33) Jane Austen Vanessa Cardui (43) Tolstoy, Orhan Pamuk, Gabriel Garcia Marquez vard95 That is a good question! 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