Which Famous Author Should Write Your Biography?

We all lead interesting lives which have their own flavor. Who should your famous biographer be?

Andy Kubai
Created by Andy Kubai
On Nov 15, 2015

How old are you (you can be honest, we won't peek)?

Do you prefer e-books or print books?

Have you ever thought about writing a book yourself?

Which of these famous authors would you have a drink with?

How would you describe yourself to others?

Have you ever felt completely alone in the world?

Which is your favorite famous first line?

How long would the book of your life be?

And finally, what's your favorite literary genre?

Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.

Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.

Sometimes your life seems utterly absurd. Mr. Vonnegut is the perfect man to tackle your autobiography, with all its ups., downs, sideways, and q-shaped tangents.

Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwood

With her powerful vision and insightful characters, Margaret Atwood would be the perfect storyteller to explore your life and times, and all of its intriguing facets.

Stephen King

Stephen King

There's no shame in leading a life that's gets a little scary from time to time. Stephen King always gives us the truisms behind the terror, which is why he's the perfect writer to enlighten your dark side.

Johnathan Safran Foer

Johnathan Safran Foer

Does your life story require the ability to tackle both serious issues and offbeat characters? If so, look no further for a biographical scribe than that master of the human foible, Johnathan Safran Foer.

J. K. Rowling

J. K. Rowling

You lead a fantastic life indeed. Whether you use real magic or just have a magical way with people, places, and horcruxes, J. K. Rowling's cheeky pen is the perfect prose for your life.

Toni Morrison

Toni Morrison

Toni Morrison has, arguably, written some of the most complex and interesting characters in literature. She's the ideal choice to capture your fascinating and sometimes rocky journey through life.

George R. R. Martin

George R. R. Martin

History was written by the victors. Fantastic fantasy history was written by George R. R. Martin. If there's anyone who can balance the surreal historic elements of your life, it's him.

Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens

Long before there was an internet, Charles Dickens created memes of our daily life from woodblock cutouts and old silver nitrate photos. Nah. He just wrote amazing books about Victorian times. He could also tackle your life story with vim and vigor.