John Gay (30 June, 1685 – 4 December, 1732) was a poet and dramatist from England. Mr. Gay is known for his 1728 ballad The Beggar’s Opera.
The Rail Splitter is expertly researched, books like this should be the standard for historical fiction. One could learn a lot from books like this
A a non-fiction book, documenting the struggles the author had after the death of his infant daughter. Mr. Orsted is an award-winning wildlife photographer
Anna Akhmatova (23 June, 1889 – 5 March, 1966) is considered to be a significant poets. Known for Requiem, a poem about the Stalinist terror.
If this wasn’t a history book, I would have thought that The Death of a President by William Manchester is a Shakespearean tragedy
Night by Ellie Wiesel is a memoir of the author’s experiences with his father in the Nazi concentration camps of Auschwitz and Buchenwald
Giovanni Boccaccio (June 16,1313) was an Italian poet, writer, and humanist. He became well known for his works called The Decameron
Having a plan before you start emailing publishing houses is key if you want to turn your manuscript into a physical book.
Walking with Sam by Andrew McCarthy is a travelogue of the author and his son walking the 800 kilometers of Spain’s Camino de Santiago
John Howard Payne was an American playwright, songwriter, composer, actor, & politician. During his lifetime he was very popular but found success in London