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Facts About Dan Brown: Writer Who Dislikes Fictional Novels

Facts About Dan Brown: Writer Who Dislikes Fictional Novels


This blog will be discovering the facts around a writer who has never taken a day off his writing schedule, Dan Brown.

  1. His first book was entitled The Giraffe, the Pig and the Pants on Fire. He dedicated this book to his mother.

2. At the age of 13, he discovered that there were plenty of inconsistencies between science and scripture.

3. Brown dislikes reading fictional novels despite being a novelist, as he cannot get through them. 

4. Dan Brown has named his library, The Fortress of Gratitude.

5. In 1991, he moved to Hollywood to pursue a career as a singer, songwriter and pianist.

6. To help himself at Hollywood, he taught classes at Beverly Hills Preparatory School.

7. Sidney Sheldon’s novel The Doomsday Conspiracy inspired him to choose the genre, Thriller.

  1. In 2004, all four of Dan Brown’s novels were published on the New York Times Best Seller List in the same week.
  1. The 2005 movie, Be Cool, starring John Travolta and Uma Thurman also starred Dan Brown as an extra.

10. Salman Rushdie described Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code by saying that “It makes bad books look good”.

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An interesting fact for writers, inspired by Dan Brown: He gets up at 4 a.m. every day to write novels. Do you too?

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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