"You must become so free that your very existence is an act of rebellion." -Albert Camus
Huh. This one is hard for me because I don't really follow authors. I'm going to have to go with Joyce Carol Oates and Haruki Murakami. These are odd choices because I've never read an entire book by either of them, only excerpts and short stories, but both of their writing styles have left a huge impact on me. They're lyrical and literary, beautiful and haunting. If I could write like anyone, it would be them.