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Werewolves are much more common animals than you might think. ---->>>

Well you know, it's true that as a fat person I run a greater risk of heart disease, diabetes, and a number of other things. But guess what? The amount of that risk is almost infinitessimal! ---->>>

All my books were easy to write - doesn't it show? ---->>>

Read a lot. Write a lot. Have fun. ---->>>

I'd always liked to write, but I never wanted to be a writer, because it seemed a sissy occupation. It is. To this day, I find it terribly easy. And so, rather than trying to hunt up a text, I just wrote one. ---->>>

I went to college, but I learned to write by reading - and writing. ---->>>

Hoboken is a neat place. ---->>>

I sort of always like to write starting with when I learned how. ---->>>

Mr. Breton didn't know about location, location, location. ---->>>

Writing and telling are almost the same, the way I do it. ---->>>

I imagine a child. That child is me. I can reconstruct and vividly remember portions of my own childhood. I can see, taste, smell, feel, and hear them. Then what I do is, not write about that kid or about his world, but start to think of a book that would have pleased him. ---->>>

Some women have said, 'Gee, here I am getting involved with this fat guy, what will people think of me?' But they were converted and sometimes surprised. ---->>>


Born: 11-15, 1941
Occupation: Author

Daniel Manus Pinkwater (born November 15, 1941) is an American author of children's books and "Young Adult" fiction. Well-known books include Lizard Music, The Snarkout Boys and the Avocado of Death, Fat Men from Space, Borgel, and the picture book The Big Orange Splot. He has also published an adult novel, The Afterlife Diet, and essay collections derived from his talks on National Public Radio (wikipedia)