Il prolifico autore famoso per i suoi romanzi su Alex Cross e altre serie di libri di fantasia è appena uscito “James Patterson di James Patterson: Le storie della mia vita” (Piccolo, Gruppo di libri marrone/hachette) — and it’s filled with revealing stories and highly personal experiences.
“It was during COVID that I started writing it,” said Patterson in a phone interview with Fox News Digital in response to the question, “Why this book now?”
“And I think for a lot of us, uno, we had some extra time on our hands, being locked in our houses” in mezzo alla pandemia — “e anche, I think you start examining your life a little bit, because it was such a strange time,” Egli ha detto.
Patterson spoke to Fox News Digital while on his book tour — among other places, he was stopping in Madison, Wisconsin, for a book event just a few days ago.
And he said he had to grab some ice cream from the student union at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Egli ha detto. (His wife attended the university.)
Revealing more of how his autobiography came to be, Patterson told Fox News Digital, “I started jotting down these stories and I really liked it. And one of the interesting things for me is that it really got me focused, more than I had been in quite a while, on the writing — on the quality of my writing and of my sentences,” Egli ha detto.
“I think this has made me a better writer, which is kind of fun.”
He also admitted, “I’ve never had so many compliments about a book, with people telling me, ‘This is your best book. This is better than Alex Cross.’ That’s really been a very nice thing,” Egli ha detto.