Some occupations are exciting. Some are dangerous. Some are just plain boring.
It’s a collection of the absurd, the interesting, and the startling facts about various Authors through the ages.
It took Noah Webster 36 years to finish his first dictionary.
Leo Tolstoy wrote War and Peace before computers had been invented. His wife copied out his manuscript by hand — seven times.
Charles Dickens needed to be facing north before he could write.
It has been said that there are over 20,000 books on the game of Chess.
Ernest Vincent wrote a 50,000 word novel called Gadsby. The only different thing about the novel is there is not a single “e” in the whole thing.