If you could have any author – living or dead – write your biography, who would you choose?
The answer is pretty simply actually, for me it would be Walter Isaccson. He is a writer, journalist and more importantly in this case, a biographer, (and a very good one at it) which makes him the ideal candidate. Now while I might sound like a big ass for putting it that way, it can be said this is his area of expertise.
I had read his famous biographies on Benjamin Franklin and Albert Einstein before, and with his most recent work on Steve Job’s biography, he did get much more fame (he was already acclaimed, just that more people know him now because of it). While my favourite authors include George RR Martin, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Dan Brown, Stephen King, Khaled Hosseini, Amish Tripathi and in graphic novels/comic books Frank Miller, Alan Moore, Grant Morrison these lists go on, and he quite doesn’t come under the ‘favourite author’ list, he is great at what he does no doubt, and it would be an honor to have him write my own. Just that I need to do something worthwhile first for that matter.
And thank god the question was not an autobiography. That would have killed even myself to death.