For ten days author William Kuhn and I have been talking about writing, reading, screenplays, books, black and white photography, Los Angeles, the dream factory, and what and who we love. A tall order and today we wrap it all up.
But I wanted you, dear readers, to know some of the most astute things I’ve read about reading and writing come from the pen of my friend, and they are in the book above. I’m going to quote now.
“Any writer who sits down to commit herself regularly to print reveals something of herself, for all writers are to a certain extent lovers of themselves…trying on varieties of sentences as an actor practices before a mirror.”
Thought provoking, don’t you think?
Thank you for reading, thank you for commenting, and thank you Mr. Kuhn for putting it all together.