8 Beautiful Authors You should Know

Unlike the popular misconception that authors are quite weird in their personality, these eight artistic geniuses are most adorable one could ever imagine.

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Authors! You won’t Believe they are so damn Hot….
Authors! You won’t Believe they are so damn Hot….
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We have grown up with a perception of authors being very prosaic alongwith the absence of a perfect dressing sense. Shabby hairs and ill-maintained clothes being an integral part of their attire. They are considered quite a weird personality who are have their own software wired which is totally different from a celebrity even though they are one of the most loved celebrity who are loved for generations.

A look at these sizzling female authors will surely change our perception towards authors who are not only a super-creative intellectual but also in the possession of a damn hot personality.

Alisa Ganieva

Alisa Ganieva
Alisa Ganieva

The scintillating diva who have been considered as the ‘Most talented and influential young people living in Moscow’ by The Guardian in 2015, Alisa Ganieva is one of the most prolific novelist and literary critic of Russia. She came into light when her debut novel Salaam, Dalgat!” got her Debut literary prize in 2009. She is also known for her short stories, fairy tales and essays.

Kiri Blakeley

Kiri Blakeley
Kiri Blakeley

The sizzling literary starlet famous for her “Can’t Think Straight” is one of the most after-sought name in literary circuit. Along with her memoir where she have detailed with her experience getting back to the dating world, she is a regular contributor for Forbes, Marie Claire, The New York Post and others.

 

 

Jhumpa Lahiri

Jhumpa Lahiri
Jhumpa Lahiri

A trademark of truly cosmopolitan culture; Jhumpa Lahiri entered with a roar on international scenario with her “Interpreter of Maladies”. The irresistible Indian beauty has already bagged prestigious awards like Man Booker Prize, Pulitzer Prize, O. Henry Award alongwith a list of others. She teaches Creative Writing at Princeton University whenever she gets time from her wide array of writing.

 

 

 

Andrea Syrtash

Andrea Syrtash
Andrea Syrtash

The alluring brunette “It’s Okay to Sleep with Him on the First Date: And…” fame Andrea Syrtash is a prolific writer of cheeky books alongwith primarily being a dating and relationship expert. The Canadian beau who currently lives in New York have appeared in various shows as a relationship expert including The View, CNN Headline News, The Today Show, CBS   Morning Show amongst others.

 

Tristane Banon

Tristane Banon
Tristane Banon

The appealing French beauty; Tristane Baron has been the recipient of the prestigious Chambery 2005 Festival for his debut novel “J’ai oublié de la tuer (I Forgot To Kill Her)”. She has been a regular contributor to the Atlantico. Apart from writing novels she also have penned down essays alongwith a novella “Noir Delire (Black Delirium)”.

 

 

Stephenie Meyer

Stephenie Meyer
Stephenie Meyer

The sizzling literary starlet famous for her “Can’t Think Straight” is one of the most after-sought name in literary circuit. Along with her memoir where she have detailed with her experience getting back to the dating world, she is a regular contributor for Forbes, Marie Claire, The New York Post and others.

 

 

 

 

Kamila Shamsie

Kamila Shamsie
Kamila Shamsie

Any list of female authors would be incomplete without the sizzling Pakistani artistic genius, Kamila Shamsie who have been synonymous to breathtaking novels. One of the “Orange’s 21 Writers of the 21st century”, she has been awarded Prime Minister’s Award for Literature” in Pakistan in 1999 for her debut novel “In the City by the Sea”. She holds a dual nationality of the UK and Pakistan after she moved to London in 2007.

Tasha Alexander

Tasha Alexander
Tasha Alexander

The alluring American blonde Tasha Alexander who have been famous for her “Lady Emily” series have her works translated into more than a dozen languages. Known for her historical accuracy in her fiction she relocated to Chicago after writing the second novel. She travelled extensively like a nomad before settling after marriage to a British novelist Andrew Grant.

 

 

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