A recent article in the London Daily Telegraph about novelist John Grisham caught my eye. Grisham, whose novels A Time to Kill, The Pelican Brief, The Client, and The Firm have become major motion pictures, talks about his wife’s take on his sex scenes (which is why he doesn’t write them any more), politics (I didn’t know he spent 7 years in the Mississippi House of Representatives), and his career as a writer. Great article, as only the Telegraph can produce. He also talks his newest novel, The Racketeer, which recently jumped to #1 on the New York Times best seller list (see my Nov 8 review).
Check it out. John Grisham: My sex scenes make my wife laugh out loud, by Celia Walden.