WORDS ABOUT WORDS
I am of the firm belief that everybody could write books and I never understand why they don't. After all, everybody speaks. Once the grammar has been learnt it is simply talking on paper and in time learning what not to say.
Beryl Bainbridge, British novelist, from D. I. Kirkpatrick (ed.), Contemporary Novelists
Posted on June 9, 1999 at 6:17 PM