Edward P. Jones Quotes & Sayings

24 most famous Edward P. Jones quotes and sayings (novelist). These are the first 10 quotes we have.

“At first I read mostly books by Southern authors - black and white - because almost all the people I knew were born and raised in the South, starting with my mother. I remember I got a lot of Erskine Caldwell.”
“When you grow up with a mother who has to wash dishes and clean hotel rooms, you know the importance of having a job, and you can't be without a job for any length of time, or you will be without anything.”
Edward P. Jones Quotes
“From my apartment in Arlington, I could see Washington. It was always nice to be near home.”
Edward P. Jones Quotes
“I don't believe that there is any particular book that influenced any 'career' I might have.”
Edward P. Jones Quotes
“I don't want to own something that you can't take into your apartment at night.”
Edward P. Jones Quotes
“I write a lot in my head. I've never been driven to write things down.”
Edward P. Jones Quotes
“I'm not afraid of my own company. I was made to be at home.”
Edward P. Jones Quotes
“In journalism, a fact is just a fact. But in fiction, you have to build your case. It has to be made, step by step.”
Edward P. Jones Quotes
“My mother relied on her memory to do things because she couldn't read. Part of that was not really knowing numbers.”
Edward P. Jones Quotes
“People seem to have trouble with the imagination. They can't believe that you can just pull things out of your brain like that.”

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