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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.”
“Writers are engineers of the soul.”
“It’s true for writers who hope to create something everlasting.  They die a little getting it right.”
“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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