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“Start at the end.  You can’t tell a story unless you know how it ends.”
“A novel should reveal the true source of our actions.”
“Wit – it’s the most treacherous talent of all.”
“Like anything worth writing, it came inexplicably and without method.”
“It’s true for writers who hope to create something everlasting.  They die a little getting it right.”
“Writers are engineers of the soul.”
“Everything in fiction is a tool - pain, betrayal, even death. These are like different colors on a painter's palette. You need to use them.”
“Do you think it’s possible that bad writing actually attracts a higher incidence of error?”
“I wanted to be a writer, that’s all.  I wanted to write about it all: everything that happens in a moment; the way the flowers looked when you carried them in your arms; this towel – how it smells, how it feels, its thread; all our feelings – yours and mine; the history of it – who we once were; everything in the world, everything all mixed up.”
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