Unusual Jobs of Famous Writers Infographic
What inspires you the most? Is it your work? If you have a strange and low-paid job, it hardly inspires you. Though you absolutely hate what you do, you still need to have some job to earn money. However, there are some exceptions. In the Unusual Jobs of Famous Writers Infographic above, Unplag plagiarism checker dives into big-name writers and their extraordinary jobs.
Successful writers whose books became bestsellers had to take some awful and boring jobs too. And years passed before their novels won readers’ hearts. It’s a well-known fact that Stephen King besides teaching and writing worked as a janitor. He tells about it in On Writing, his memoir book. One summer he took a janitor position at Brunswick High and years after when he was writing Carrie, he “started seeing the opening scene of a story” (the one in a shower-room). This is how it works. Sometimes it’s hard to say what exactly can be your source of inspiration.
Unplag team made a research and created the Unusual Jobs of Famous Writers Infographic about Harper Lee, Ken Kesey, James Joyce, William Faulkner, Chuck Palahniuk, Kurt Vonnegut, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jack London, Charles Dickens, J.D. Salinger, Stephen King and their totally odd jobs.