Natsuo Kirino Quotes & Sayings

11 most famous Natsuo Kirino quotes and sayings (novelist). These are the first 10 quotes we have.

Natsuo Kirino Quotes
“One of my books, 'Rain Falling on My Face,' earned me the 39th Edogawa Ranpo prize. It's a very prestigious literary prize in Japan, mostly for mysteries and thrillers.”
Natsuo Kirino Quotes
“It's a very confusing experience living as a woman in Japan. If your husband is white-collar, the wife is blue. Even if you marry a person of status, the wife inevitably remains a rung below.”
Natsuo Kirino Quotes
“In Japan, full-time homemakers have no economic power of their own, and they socially lead a faceless, anonymous existence.”
Natsuo Kirino Quotes
“I started writing juvenile novels around 1985. I never really thought of it as a career, but more as a way to make a living.”
Natsuo Kirino Quotes
“The thing I don't like about detective stories is looking for criminals.”
“For research, I like to go to the location of the places in the novels. The first thing that I do is involve my senses: I notice the smells; I open the trash cans and look at what people have thrown away.”
“I first thought about becoming a writer after the age of 30, which is rather late, I'd say. In my 20s, I wasn't especially good at anything, and I didn't have a lot of experiences. I was just a young woman without a good job.”
Natsuo Kirino Quotes
“A crime is like a crack in reality, and it is the author's role to explore those cracks. As a writer, I like to see how they impinge on people.”
Natsuo Kirino Quotes
“I'm happy to be told that I am beautiful, but I don't gain anything from that.”
Natsuo Kirino Quotes
“I don't know if foreigners will take to my novels or not. It may be that my books appeal only to a particular gender or age group rather than convey a more universal appeal.”

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