Biographies written about singers include "Lady Blue Eyes: My Life With Frank," a biography about Frank Sinatra written by his fourth and final wife Barbara. Another singer biography is "After the Dance: My Life With Marvin Gaye," a biography written about Marvin Gaye by his wife Jan.
Jonathan Edwards' "Personal Narrative" covers the issues of religion, emotionalism, divine will and conversion. Jonathan Edwards uses an autobiographical story form to analyze what factors make a genuine Christian experience. Edwards peers into the conflicts of human emotion, choice and divine will
"I Am Malala" by Malala Yousafzai, "Night" by Elie Weisal and "Out of Africa" by Isak Dinesen are on the list of Amazon.com's 100 most popular biographies and memoirs in 2015. "Between the World and Me" by Ta-Nehisi Coates is also included on the list of best sellers.
Jonathan Edwards is best known for “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God," but he also wrote “The Justice of God in the Damnation of Sinners” and “Pardon for the Greatest Sinners.” Edwards preached during the Great Awakening and his sermons are examples of the fire-and-brimstone style of preaching.
When writing a biography, begin by picking an individual you are interested in. Continue by looking for facts about the person in question. Then decide what parts of the individual's life are most important, and dig deeper when looking for facts about that specific time frame. Think of what sets thi
Biography Online is an educational website that provides biographies of both modern and historical people, including actors, writers, military leaders, athletes, politicians and more. The website is maintained by its founder, Tejvan Pettinger.
Biographies are less formal than many types of writing, but nevertheless should be well-written and engaging to audiences and include interesting information that makes readers want to learn more about the biographer. Biographies should contain some of the same basic information, such as an introduc
Elements of a biography include the person’s date of birth, major accomplishments, career summary and an overview of why the person is interesting or important. The length of the biography is also an important element, as it affects the type of information that is appropriate to include.
Alexander Miles was an African-American inventor who was born in Ohio in 1837. In the late 1850s, he moved to Wisconsin and made a living as a barber. In 1875, Alexander and his wife Candace moved to Duluth, Minnesota, where he invented and patented a life-saving automatic elevator door.
Samuel Pack Elliott, born Aug. 9, 1944 in Sacramento, California, is an American actor known for his cowboy-like persona playing characters in movies such as “The Big Lebowski,” “Ghost Rider” and “Hulk.” He got his start in the performing arts while attending Clark College in Vancouver, Washington,