Famous Fiction Authors
Like in Gone With the Wind, The Sun Also Rises after Twilight, even in a Pet Cemetary Where the Wild Things Are. But let's not be too morbid and discuss creepy things like The Satanic Verses or try to get an Interview With a Vampire from The Stranger Who Professes 'I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.' Going round in round like this, you may never know Where the Sidewalk Ends, and that would be unfortunate since Uncle Tom's Cabin is just around the corner...
Okay, we could go on, but we won't torture you. You get the point. Our attempt at creative writing is nothing compared to the imaginative minds of our Famous Fiction Authors Group.
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profile name: Harper Lee profile occupation: Author
profile id: 9334498
profile name: Ernest Hemingway profile occupation: Author
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profile name: J.K. Rowling profile occupation: Author
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profile name: Maya Angelou profile occupation: Author, Poet
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profile name: Dr. Seuss profile occupation: Illustrator, Author
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profile name: John Steinbeck profile occupation: Author
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