William Faulkner full name (Cuthbert Faulkner) his original surname Falkner.
He was born on September 25, 1897, New Albany, Mississippi, U. S. A. He was and American novelist and short story writer who was awarded the 1949 Noble Prize for Literature. He studied at the university of Mississippi.
William's notable works are , "The Sound And Th fury", "As I Lay Dying", "Light In August", "Absalom", " A Rose For Emily".
He died on July 6, 1962(aged 64) Byhalia, Mississippi, U.S.
Blaine was born in 1952 (age 66yrs), in Washington, United States.
He is an American journalist and author. His 2012 book "Escape From Camp 14" is an official biography of North Korean defector Shin Dong-hyuk.
Born in Zambia in 1991, she studied at Rhodes university, South Africa and institute Detudes politiques in Aix-En Provence, France.
Efemia first published story is "chicken", was nominated for the 2014 Caine prize for Africa writing.
Vi Keeland was born in New York .
Vi is an attorney by day and a New York Times & U.S.A Today Bestselling author by night.
In 2013 she released her first romance novel, her novel have appeared on the top 5 lists of Amazon U.S.A. U.K Canada, ITunes and Barnes & Noble. Her work have been translated in twenty languages.
Vi Keeland resides in New York with her husband and their three children.
Scott was born on 24 September 1896, St. Paul, Minnesota, U. S.
He was an American fiction writer, whose work illustrates the jazz age. While he achieved limited success in his lifetime, he is now widely regarded as one of the greatest American writers of the 20th-century.
F. Scott Fitzgerald is the author of, "The Great Gatsby", "Tender Is The Night", "The Beautiful And Dammed".
He died on 21 December 1940, Hollywood, Los Angeles, california. United States.
Jhumpa Lahiri was born on July 11, 1967.
She is an American author of Indian origin, she is known for her short stories, novels and essays in English and more recently in Italian.
Jhumpa studied at Barnard college Boston university.
She was awarded the National Humanities Medal by former President Barack Obama.
Jhumpa Lahiri is currently a professor of creative writing at Princeton university.
Born on December 31 1968 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
He is a Dominican American writer, creative writing professor at the Massachusetts institute of Technology (MIT) and fiction editor at Boston Review. He also serves on the board of advisers for Freedom university, a volunteer organization in Georgia that provides Postsecondary instruction to undocumented immigrants. Central to Díaz's work is the immigrants experience.
Christopher Greyson is an American storyteller. He is the writer of the bestselling Detective Jack Stratton Mystery- Thriller series. He also penned the bestsellin Psychological Thriller.
He currently reside in Massachusetts with his wife and two children.
Flynn Berry is an American writer, she is most widely known for her book"Under the harrow".
Berry attended the Masters school before matriculating to Brown university. She then studied writing at the Michener center for writers.
She won the 2017 Edgar Award For Best First Novel.
Nathanael was born on July 4, 1804, Salem, Mass, U. S.
He was an American novelist, dark romantic and short story writer who was a master of the allegorical and symbolic tale, one of the greatest fiction writer in American literature.
Nathaniel is Best known for "The Scarlet letter (1850)" and "The house of seven Gables (1851)".
Nathaniel Hawthorne died on May 19. 1864, Plymouth, N.H.
Weston Parker is a former Firefighter/ EMS guy who picked up the proverbial pen and started writing bad boy romance stories.
He co-writes with his sister (Ali Parker) as they travel the United States.
Weston is the author of, "Air force HERO", " Cold heart", and many others.
Johanna Grussner is from The Aland Island in Finland. She studied in Sweden before moving to Boston.
Grussner made headlines in major U. S television broadcasting companies in 2001 when she trained her Bronx public school children to sing groovy gospel and touring her native Finland. She made a particular impression on New York Times Journalist, Anemona Hartocoullis, who wrote The Book Seven Days Of Possibilities, describing Grussner's ambitious dedication.
Grussner has recorded several albums with Pianist Milka Pohjola. Additionally, she performed and recorded with her Manhattan Jazz Orchestra and Grammy award winning musicians Darman Meade and Peter Eldridge.
She currently based in Stockholm, Sweden where she is a busy performer and teacher.
Julia Alvarez was born on March 27, 1950, New York City.
She is a Dominican American poet, novelist and essayist. She rose to prominence with the novel "How the Garcia girls lost their accents (1991)".
Her Residence is in Champlain Valley, Vermont, United States.
Helen was born in Pretoria in 1961.
She is a poet, editor, feminist, activist and academist, her publications include university textbook (with the late Bob Woolmer and Tim Noakes) and the Girl Walks in erotica series (with Sarah Lotz and Paige Nick under the nom de plume Helena S. Paige).
Her first poetry collection, "strange fruit" was published by Modjaji Books in 2009.
Helen lives in Noordholland.
Carola Lovering attended Colorado college and her work has appeared in W Magazine, National Geographic, outside and yoga journal. Among her other publications, “Tell Me Lies” is her first novel. In addition to writing Carola teaches yoga at Carepower.
Carola Lovering is currently lives in Brooklyn.
Rosie Walsh 8s a British novelist. She is the author of, "The Man Who Didn't Call", " Ghosted" and so on.She currently lives in Bristol, U.K, with her partner and her son.
(Age 26) Fisher was 16yrs when she got separated from her parents. She was born in the free States and later moved to Johannesburg at the age of 4. Fisher has a brother who is now 16yrs, she is a mother of a baby boy.
Fisher is the winner of Short Story Day Africa in 2016.
She is the author of "A Door Ajar".
Erika Garcia Alexandria was born on 1986 December 16th in the Historical City of Savannah, Georgia to the late Everett Alphonzo Garcia S.R and the late Carlotta Dominic Burgess.
Erika has been a poet since her teenage age and s creative story writer for several years. She was raised in the Coastal Empire Low Country with her three brothers. She motivates the youth with uplifting positive messages that inspires youth with empowerment.
Erika attended Robert W. Groves High School located in Garden City during the years of 2000-2002 and attended Savannah Technical College in January 2007 for Dental studies. She enrolled in South university for Business Administration in 2011.
Erika is the author of many books, example,
"The art of war", "The scarlet letter", "Dracula", "Alice's adventure in wonderland", and so on.
Chris started writing as a child, he won his first writing award in the 5th grade when he was 10.
He moved to Signal Mountain Tennessee and studied communications and theater at the university of Tennessee at Knoxville then moved to New York City.
Chris Grabenstein is the author of the New York Times bestsellers, "Welcome To Wonderland", "Home Sweet Motel", "The Island Of DR. LIBRIS" "Escape From Mr. Lemoncello's Library", " Mr. Lemoncello's library Olympics ".
He is also thw co-author with JAMES PATTERSON of the #1 Bestsellers, "I Funny", " House Of Robots ", "Treasure Hunters", "Jack HA-HA", " Word Of Mouse ", and many others.
Riley Sager is a native of Pennsylvania, but now lives in Princeton, New Jersey.
He is the Pseudonym of a former journalist, editor and a graphic designer who previously published mysteries under his real name. He is now a full time author, he's first thriller "Final girls", became a national and international bestseller and was called (the first great thriller of 2007) by Stephen king, translation rights have been sold in more than two dozen countries and a film version is being developed by universal pictures. His last book " The last time i lied” was inspired by the classic novel and film (picnic at hanging rock) and one horrible week Riley spent at summer camp when he was 10.
Herman Melville was born on August 1, 1819, New York City to a wealthy and socially connected family. He was an American novelist, short story writer and a poet of the American Renaissance period. His best known works include "Typee, a romantic account of his experience in Polynesian life and his whaling novel Moby - Dick".
He died on 28 September 1891, New York City, Woodlawn cemetery, the Bronx, New York City U. S.
Author of C.I.N.D.E.R.L.O.V.E.R (A Love Story), and O.G.B.A.N.J.E (The Child of Thunder)
John Locke is an English philosopher and political theorist, born on 1632.
John locke laid much of the groundwork for the enlightenment and made central contributions to the development of liberalism. Trained in medicine, he was a key advocate of the empirical approaches of the scientific revolution. In his “essay concerning human understanding ”, he advanced a theory of himself as a blank page, with knowledge and identity arising only from accumulated experience. His political theory of government by the consent of the governed as a means to protect (life, liberty and estate), eeply influenced the United States founding documents. His essays on religious tolerance provided an early model for the separation of Church and state.
John Locke died on 1704.
Jerome David Salinger was an influential 20th-century American writer. Born pn January 1, 1919 in New York. He studied in New York university, Ursinus college, Columbia university.
Salinger was a literary giant despite his slim body of work and reclusive lifestyle. His landmark novel, "The catcher in the Rey", set a new course for literature in post - WW11 American and vaulted Salinger to the height of literary fame. In 1953, Salinger moved from New York City and led a secluded life, only publishing one new story before his death in the year 2010.
James was born on March 22, 1947 in the USA.
He is an American author and philanthropist, Among his works are the, "Alex Cross, Michael Bennett, Women's Murder Club, Maximum Ride, Daniel X, NYPD Red, Witch And Wizard and Private.
Ali Parker is a full-time contemporary and new adult romance writer with more than a hundred and twenty books behind her.
She's an entrepreneur at heart and loves coming up with more ideas than anyone person should be allowed to access.
She lives in Texas with her husband and three kids.
Writing under eleven pen names keep her busy and allows her to explore all genres and types of writing.
Jodi Lynn Picoult is an American writer.
She was awarded the New England Bookseller Award for fiction in 2003. Currently approximately 14million copies of her books are in print worldwide, translated into 34 languages.
She is the author of"Small Great Things", "leaving Time"," Nineteen Minutes", and many more.