Tuesday

why I should be able to finish my novel by the end of the year (and I have fewer distractions)


“Generally it took Simenon less than two weeks to write a complete novel. During a 44-year period which ended in 1972, Simenon produced four to five novels each year. In 1928 alone, he wrote 44 books. The next year, 34.

“Yet Simenon felt unfulfilled unless he made love to three or four different women each day.”

“The Man Who Loved 10,000 Women”
The Toledo Blade
May 23, 1993

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