Saturday, 16 January 2016


'The way I write my novels can best be described as imagining that I'm going into the kitchen to fry a couple of eggs and then find myself cooking up a banquet. Starting with very simple things, they then word-associate themselves with further things until I'm up and running and eager to find out the nest surprise, the next hour, the next day or the next week.'
Ray Bradbury, Farewell Summer, p.163.