It’s never too late to start – when your favorite authors started writing

By Jessica Millis [essaymama.com]

Do you think it is too late to leave your mark in the world literature and become an author of a new bestseller? Essaymama paper writing service doesn’t think so. Do you know that Virginia Woolf started writing at 27 years and become popular at 43, years after publishing “Mrs. Dalloway”? Do you know that Haruki Murakami was a bar manager until he was 29 years old? And Charles Bukowski was a postman until he was 40? Find out how old these other authors were when they started publishing.

Writer age infographic

Jessica Millis is an experienced writer, editor and copywriter. She works as an educator at James Madison University and as a blog editor and writing expert at Essaymama writing service.

6 thoughts on “It’s never too late to start – when your favorite authors started writing

  1. Pingback: It’s Never Too Late…Unless you’re over 30 | wtf Am I On About Now?

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