Jacqueline Susann was born 20 August 1918, and died 21 September 1974.
- Never judge anyone by another’s opinions. We all have different sides that we show to different people.
- I’ve got a library copy of Gone with the Wind, a quart of milk and all these cookies. Wow! What an orgy!
- I don’t think any novelist should be concerned with literature…literature should be left to essayists.
- When I write I do five drafts. The first is on inexpensive white paper. I don’t try for style, I just spill it all out. The second draft is on yellow paper, that’s when I work on characterisations. The third is pink, I work on story motivations. Then blue, that’s where I cut, cut, cut.
- I wanted to write it long before I wrote Every Night, Josephine! I’d been thinking about it a long time.
- Love shouldn’t make a beggar of one. I wouldn’t want love if I had to beg for it, to barter or qualify it. And I should despise it if anyone ever begged for my love. Love is something that must be given — it can’t be bought with words or pity, or even reason.
- Never let anyone shame you into doing anything you don’t choose to do. Keep your identity.
Source for Image
Photo by “Bruno of Hollywood”, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
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