Wednesday, December 23, 2015

John Grisham

John Grisham's latest novel is Rogue Lawyer. From his Q & A with Rosanna Greenstreet for the Guardian:

When were you happiest?

This morning. I had a typical day: got up early, took the dog for a walk, went to the gym for an hour, then wrote for four hours. That makes me a very happy person.

What is your greatest fear?

Having a stroke.

What is your earliest memory?

My father was a cotton farmer, and the first thing I recall was picking cotton when I was five – it was perfectly miserable.

What was your most embarrassing moment?

It involved the passing of gas in church. I was holding my three-year-old daughter and she was the culprit, but...[read on]
--Marshal Zeringue