How to Be a Bestselling Novelist by Richard Joseph
By Richard Joseph
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I’m not sure that I was ever that confident. It was just that writing was something that I’d always been good at. When I was in high school, all the other kids preferred multiple choice or true/false tests. I was literally the only one I knew who preferred and even enjoyed essay testing. So we know there was something out of the ordinary right there. 62 62 08/07/2005 10:11:31 GENERAL FICTION University of California at Los Angeles [UCLA], I discovered their world-class film department. I found out that I could amass credits for watching movies.
In the fall of 1970, in Switzerland, where there is no habeas corpus [which requires anybody who detains a person in custody to produce the accused in court. It prevents people being imprisoned on mere suspicion or being left in prison indefinitely without trial], I was stuck there for a while – nine months, in fact. This was in ‘investigative incarceration’ and there was no way to get out at all. My embassy tried and my contact said, ‘Look, Erdman, confess to something and we’ll get you out. ’ Are you kidding?
34 34 08/07/2005 10:11:25 GENERAL FICTION in gaol, even in Swiss gaols. So I gave that up. Then I thought about some of those ideas which I had had in the economic realm; for example, as a result of the Vietnam War which we had just gone through, the inevitable outcome would have to be a decline in the dollar and a rise in the price of gold. I took some of these themes which had never really been addressed in action and put them in a novel and that was precisely the origin of it. The motivation was simply boredom in gaol.