Writing your autobiography: Words of wisdom from Elizabeth George

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A touch of philosophy from the wonderful Dorothea Harriman, a character created by Elizabeth George, a great writer who only seems to improve with age: “What I mean is that one’s whole life is an autobiography, don’t you agree? Whether it gets written or not doesn’t make a difference. What goes into it, though? That’s what counts.”

2 thoughts on “Writing your autobiography: Words of wisdom from Elizabeth George

  1. Mae Clair August 7, 2016 / 10:57 am

    I’ve enjoyed many of her novels 🙂

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  2. cleemckenzie August 7, 2016 / 7:39 pm

    Her title alone is enough to pull me inside. I love her style, so I’ll be reading this one.

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