Greg Farshtey is a writer who is best known for creating the "Bionicle" novel series and comic books. As of 2014, he works as the editorial director at LEGO. He has made several appearances at Comic-Con in San Diego, Cal... More »

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The Alex Cross novel series began in 1993, with the release of the novel "Along Came a Spider." The 21 novels by James Patterson follow a detective, Alex Cross, who solves deadly mysteries while simultaneously seeking to... More »

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The Goodreads website has a list of books written by Greg Iles that can be displayed in chronological order as well as a reading order tip for his novels in the Penn Cage and Mississippi series. As of 2014, Greg Iles has... More »

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Damon Runyon was an American short story writer and journalist whose full name was Alfred Damon Runyon. He was born in Manhattan, Kansas, on October 4, 1884, and died in New York City on December 10, 1956. He is best kno... More »

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An omniscient point of view is a perspective that a writer or narrator can take when writing fiction. "Omniscient" is a word that is synonymous with "all-knowing," which means the writer knows what all of the characters ... More »

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The poet Allen Ginsberg, novelist and short story writer William S. Burroughs, and novelist and poet Jack Kerouac are the most recognized faces of the Beat movement, a social and literary movement that originated in the ... More »

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Publisher and writer Danielle LaPorte describes making The New York Times Bestseller List as a gold medal race to the top, where no writer wants to be second best. Making the list boosts writers' egos because it is a mil... More »

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