Quote of the Day:

Wrote

  • When India conducted nuclear tests in 1974, I wrote a letter to then-Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto from Holland and offered my services for Pakistani nuclear programme.
  • I wrote my first piano piece when I was in 4th grade.
  • We became the songs we wrote.
  • When I wrote 'Green, Green,' it was like a really a statement of where I was at philosophically in my life.
  • When people know I wrote 'Thelma and Louise,' they don't want to mess with me.
  • I wrote large chunks of 'The Impostor' and 'The Good Doctor' on a beach in Goa.
  • I came up with a story and I wrote it.
  • Human nature is above all things lazy.
  • Mike Campbell and Don Henley and I wrote 'The Heart of the Matter,' which was a huge hit for Don.
  • I just wrote what I felt like writing since they seemed to sell.
  • When Goldie Hawn wrote her memoirs, no one said Goldie Hawn was snitching. When Jane Fonda wrote her memoirs, no one said Jane Fonda was snitching.
  • It took me years of attempts and failed drafts before I finally wrote the elegies I needed to write.
  • I never wrote my books especially for children.
  • I wrote my first play when I was eight.
  • When I wrote my first book, 'Koolaids,' I felt rejected and not wanted.
  • I wrote all four of my books at Starbucks.
  • I'd never written a novel before, and I wrote a novel, and that turned out OK.
  • I wrote my master's thesis on cartoons!
  • I wrote as a kid, but I never wanted to be a writer, particularly. I had been drawing and painting for years and loved that.
  • My husband wrote the story for my first book, but then he didn't want to do that anymore. So if I was going to go on being an illustrator, I had to start writing the stories, too.
  • I wrote my first novel, 'Deadline,' in 1994 as an experiment.
  • All I wanted to do was write songs, but all the things I wrote in Detroit, they put them out by different artists.
  • I don't know how old I was when I started writing books. But, I was born in 1931, and I wrote my first book in 1961.
  • I was a writer for hire. I wrote to pay the bills.
  • I wrote it to show that not all mother-in-laws are bad.
  • Everyone wrote state. So everyone got what they wanted.
  • I wrote my first short story in third grade.
  • I had no idea where I was going to go when I wrote the pilot,
  • At the start, Connie wrote the Polly and Sybil roles, and she and I wrote Basil together,
  • I wrote a novel. It's called 'The Middlesteins.' It's fiction. It's not a memoir. I'm not a spokesperson.
  • 'The Way of the Gun' I wrote in five days.
  • I wrote out little mysteries in longhand, and my mother typed them out on an old Remington.