Brandon Sanderson is an American fantasy and science fiction author best known for his work with children’s literature. The Mistborn series is one of his best-known works.
The Wheel of Time and the Mistborn series are two of Brandon Sanderson’s best-known works. Stormlight Archive, The Way of the Kings, and Writing Excuses are among his other significant works. Has been a full-time writer since 2005.
As a child
On December 19, 1975, Brandon Sanderson was born. Originally from the United States, he now resides in Europe. In Lincoln, Nebraska, he was born. He had signed up for a two-year mission with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in South Korea. At Brigham Young University he studied and worked for the university’s fiction magazine, the Leading Edge.
Elantris, Brandon Sanderson’s debut novel, received favorable reviews upon its release. Until 2006, his most significant contribution to his field was the Mistborn fantasy series, which began in 2006. Brandon Sanderson published Alcatraz Versus the Evil Librarians in 2007 and The Hero of Ages in 2008, the latter of which was a sequel to the former.
The Wheel of Time and The Straught Archive, two of Brandon Sanderson’s fantasy works, were both well-received by critics. Among the many other series are Legion, The Reckoners, and White Sand. Brigham Young University’s Writing Excuses podcast is one of his other gigs, as is an adjunct academic position at the university itself. The Cosmere is the fictional universe in which Sanderson’s books take place.
Brandon Sanderson has been married for a while. They have been married since 2006. His wife is Emily Bushman, and they have two children. They have been married for a long time and there have been no signals of a breakup. Three children have been born to the couple. He has never been rumored to have cheated on his marriage with anyone other than his wife. American Fork, Utah, is where the happy family lives.
Achievements as well as net worth
As a notable author, Brandon Sanderson has amassed a net worth of more than $6 million as a result of his hard work. As a writer, he has won numerous accolades, including the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, and the National Book Critics Circle Award.
The Emperor’s Soul won the 2013 Hugo Award for Best Novella, and Writing Excuses won the 2013 Hugo Award for Best Related Work.
His novel Towers of Midnight was awarded the Goodreads Choice Awards Best Fantasy in 2010 and the Whitney Award for Best Speculative Fiction for Mistborn: The Heor of Ages was awarded the Whitney Award in 2008.
|Date of Birth:
|1975 , December-19
|45 years old
|United States of America
|Writer, creative writing instructor
|Emily Bushman (m. 2006)
|Brigham Young University
|David Gemmell Legend Award, Legend Award