Author Nick Hornby on how adapting the books "Wild" and "Brooklyn" for film changed him as a writer
Even Academy Award-nominated writer and novelist Nick Hornby gets frustrated with his own writing weaknesses, he admitted on "Salon Talks." As the bestselling author's career has evolved, and he's moved into adapting other people's work into screenpl...
"Every time I start something, a novel, or an original, you always think this one's gonna be different, I'm not gonna be me," he said. "There's a clunk, and you hit the inside of your own head again. And you think, ah man, it's me again. And there's nothing I can do about it, I'm just me," he told "Salon Talks."
Watch the full episode to learn more about Hornby's writing and why jigsaw puzzles and vaping are crucial to his process.
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