I really write for people.
– John Eaton
I write about true-life type things.
– Karen Kingsbury
I didn’t write a book. It wasn’t for self-enrichment.
– Linda Tripp
I tend to write better when I’m not touring.
– Keith Urban
I don’t write songs.
– John Corbett
I don’t write quickly, and I don’t want to.
– Jay Griffiths
Every spare second I would write, somehow. On my lunch hour, too.
– Kevin J. Anderson
It’s a wonderful thing to write for children.
– John Boyne
I’ve yet to write a stand-up show that isn’t autobiographical.
– Mike Birbiglia
‘Firecracker’ was such a fun song to write and to perform.
– Josh Turner
Rule one: Write about settings you’re familiar with.
– Jeffery Deaver
I essentially write for myself.
– Leon Uris
I do not write for an audience.
What I do not want to write is didactic political tracts.
– Joan D. Vinge
I write novels and other things.
– Jack L. Chalker
We all write poems; it is simply that poets are the ones who write in words.
– John Fowles
One tends to write beyond what’s needed.
– James Schuyler
I wasn’t trained to write non-fiction.
– Leila Aboulela
Freddie and Brian tend to write the majority of the material.
– John Deacon
I kind of need to be ambulatory to write lyrics.
– Lin-Manuel Miranda
I love to write.
– Kara Hayward
I’m actually rather orderly, although the way that I write is not.
– Joanna Trollope
I write fast, I write beautifully, I write convincingly.
– James Toback
No, no, the songs write themselves, almost.
– Mel Brooks
I write what I’m interested in.
– Lisa See
Reading taught me how to write.
– Ruth Rendell
I wanted to write about the things that I love.
– Octavia Spencer
I can’t write, I can’t paint, I don’t compose.
– Richard Attenborough
I don’t write poems. I don’t give flowers to girls… yet.
– Rico Rodriguez
Let there be no inscription upon my tomb; let no man write my epitaph: no man can write my epitaph.
– Robert Emmet