Stuck #Writing Your Author Bio? Try The (Totally Not Serious) Author Bio Generator | Journey To Ambeth

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Helen Jones from Journey To Ambeth wrote a fun post about how to write an author bio.


“So I’ve been noticing a trend recently of, shall we say, somewhat overwrought author bios, in which every detail is teased into something magnificent, a picture of a life fabulously lived. I realise that there are, in fact, authors who do live wonderfully exciting lives but I also seem to remember a time when it wasn’t really important to know about it. A time when an author bio was a few lines at the end of a book . . .”Continue Reading 


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  1. Some are even a bigger work of fiction than the books they accompany!! I remember interviewing an author on radio and was expecting this 6ft statuesque blonde 30 something who had modelled and thrown herself out of a plane and other daring dos….haha…bless her…just as well it was radio! great share Debby.. xx

    1. Lol, fun story Sal. This is why I thought Helen’s post was a worthy share. 🙂 xo

      1. Well spotted Debby… have a great weekend.. xxx

        1. Thanks Sal. Off to the art festival soon! 🙂 Happy weekend. <3 xo

  2. I’ve written author bios of various lengths:1000 words, 500 words. In my latest submission, a 100-word bio was required. No place for ego in such a spare sketch. 🙂

    1. So true Marian, that’s why it’s good to have various bios, allowing us to squeeze in more. 🙂

  3. Thanks so much for sharing, Debby 🙂 xx

    1. Great post Helen. 🙂

      1. Thanks, Debby xx

  4. Thanks for sharing, Debby. Those bios are crazy-making. I haven’t updated mine and done expect to…ever.

    1. Lol Diana! 🙂

  5. Hilarious! Have you written yours yet? 🙂 ♥

    1. Lol T, I got a few in storage. 🙂 <3

  6. Good grief is this true! We can’t be normal, can we.

    1. Oh, are writers normal? LOL 🙂

  7. What fun, Debby. Loved it. Thanks for sharing. I’ve just re-written mine for the Carrot Ranch. Might go up in a day or two. Written before reading this though. 🙂

    1. What a coincidence, lol. 🙂

  8. Debby, this came out a week ago, which makes me feel far behind. I like what a generous spirit you have radiating your kindnesses to include fellow bloggers. This post by Helen may help me “stay real.” 🙂 Thanks, dear. xoxo

    1. Oh Robin, I’m glad you got to read Helen’s wonderful idea. I do hope you give it a try, if only for fun. 🙂 <3

  9. Awesome. it was very interesting

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