Stephen Edwin King is an American author of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, crime, science-fiction, and fantasy novels.
Ann Coulter is an American conservative media pundit, columnist and lawyer.
Nicholas Sparks is an author and philanthropist who has written 23 novels; many of which have become New York Times bestsellers, selling 115 million copies worldwide.
Toni Morrison is an American novelist famous for works such as The Bluest Eye and Song of Solomon, which won a National Book Critics Circle Award.
Pauline Joyce Meyer is an influential speaker, author and president of her own ministry. She has four children and lives in St. Louis, Missouri.
Neil Gaiman is an English author of novels, comics, and films.
H.P. Lovecraft was influential early 20th century horror writer, creator of cosmic horror blend of sci-fi, fantasy, and gothic.
Oscar Wilde was an Irish writer popular in London 1890s.
Jules Verne collaborated with Pierre-Hetzel, creating Voyages extraordinaires.
Kafka: 20th-century writer blending realism and fantasy.
David Icke is a conspiracy theorist, ex-footballer and writer who has spoken in 25 countries.
Simon Sinek: British-American author, inspirational speaker, five books.
Adeline Virginia Woolf is an English writer renowned for her modernist 20th-century works and pioneering use of stream of consciousness.
Lewis Carroll was an English author, poet and mathematician famous for Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. He was known for his mastery of wordplay, logic and fantasy.
John Steinbeck is an American writer, Nobel Prize winner and "giant of literature" for his realistic and insightful writing.
George Orwell (pen name of Eric Arthur Blair) was an English novelist and essayist known for his criticism against totalitarianism and support of democratic socialism.
Henry David Thoreau was an American transcendentalist renowned for his books Walden and "Civil Disobedience".
Elizabeth Gilbert is a renowned American journalist and author of the best-selling 2006 memoir Eat, Pray, Love which was adapted into a film in 2010.
George RR Martin is an acclaimed American author, best known for writing the fantasy epic series "A Song of Ice and Fire". The books have since been adapted into HBO's global hit TV show, "Game of Thrones".
Ernest Hemingway was a renowned American author and journalist known for his simple, yet powerfully impactful writing style.
Fitzgerald was renowned for popularizing the Jazz Age term and his flamboyant novels depicting it. He published four novels, four collections, and 164 stories in his lifetime.
Mark Twain was an American humorist, entrepreneur and writer who is often praised as "the greatest humorist" in the US and "the father of American literature".