” Perfect heroines, like perfect heroes, aren’t relatable, and if you can’t put yourself in the protagonist’s shoes, not only will they not inspire you, but the book will be pretty boring. “


” And write what you love – don’t feel pressured to write serious prose if what you like is to be funny. “


” You’re a reader as well as a writer, so write what you’d want to read. “


” I tend to write in coffee shops and restaurants with friends of mine because if I’m at home, I get distracted by the television or the cats or my husband, or… you know – all of those things that make it easy to procrastinate. “


” I get a lot of inspiration from research in mythology and folklore. I find that, you know, stories people told each other thousands of years ago are still relevant now. “


” You put books out into the world, and people form their own visuals and images and attachments to characters, those characters become part of them, and they have their feelings about them. “


” You know that I had heard so many times people say things like, ‘You could never write ‘Harry Potter’ and have it be about Harriett Potter because nobody would read it, people only want to read an adventure story if it’s about a boy,’ and I thought, ‘I don’t think that’s true. “


” I firmly believe that you can’t get a good movie without risking a bad movie. A good adaptation of your book is worth it because it is such a wonderful experience to see your world translated onto the screen. “


” I try to answer all my fan mail. Sometimes I get questions from people who obviously only read the Wiki but haven’t read the books. I’m like, ‘But you have to read the book or you’re not going to get it. “



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I get a lot of inspiration from research in mythology and folklore. I find that, you know, stories people told each other thousands of years ago are still relevant now.
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You know that I had heard so many times people say things like,
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I try to answer all my fan mail. Sometimes I get questions from people who obviously only read the Wiki but haven
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