Who is author of shahnama-i-Islam?
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No, the noun 'author' is a common noun, a word for any author anywhere. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title; for example: Ernest Hemingway, author Author Place, Columbus, OH or Author Dr, Florence, SC "Author", on-line magazine based in Seattle, WA Author Ltd. (shoe stores), London, UK "The Author is Dead", a novel by Lynn Bowles
Any person who writes texts "authors" them. An author who writes for publication uses many skills and talents to prepare writing, including using or doing: imagination, creativity researching places and characters historical research developing a plot developing characters outlining the story writing the story editing the story rewriting, polishing marketing their writing to publishers self-publishing
An author is someone who has written a piece; whether it's an article, poem, novel,etc. A single person would be the author. A joint author would be when more than one author collaborates on a particular function for the same piece. Each of the authors for the piece would be considered as a "joint author."
An author is anyone who writes any text, published or not published. This is synonomous with writer. However, the most commonly used meaning of author is a published author. But, many writers are not published until after they died, for example, Anne Frank's Diary. She wrote, therefore she authored the text, but she was not published before her death.