Gilbert Morris is a Christy Award-winning, prolific Christian author. He is also sometimes cited as Gilbert L. Morris or Gilbert Leslie Morris.
|If you go wrong in a novel, you can straighten it out in the next chapter. You don't have any room to do that in a novella.|
|Nobody sits down and says, 'Well, I'm going to write a bad book.' They sit down to write a great book, but it doesn't always turn out like that. The writer may do his best and still write a so-so book, and other times, it just flows easily. But I don't know how you can control that.|
|When people find out that I've written 208 novels, they ask, 'How did you think of all that?' Well, I answer, 'How do you not think of it?' I see a gum wrapper on the ground, and I think, 'Oh, a Russian spy probably dropped that.' I just think like that, and those thoughts go through my mind constantly.|
|You write five different things, and none of them work, and then suddenly something does, and you ask yourself, 'Why did that last one work?' I think that's the way the artistic mind works. All writers and artists of all kinds often don't know why things work.||Work, Workers & The Labor Force|