Sometimes a bit more can be accomplished, depending on the day. I do that 5 days a week, sometimes 6. I only write on the weekends if I feel like it.
Is there a chance readers might one day get to see Cotton Malone on the big or small screen, and do you have a preference either way? More importantly, who would be your dream casting choice to play Cotton? Berry: There has been a lot of interest in the franchise. We get between 15 and 20 queries a year from producers.
So far, there have been two options, but nothing came of either. As to the medium of its presentation? And who would play Cotton? That would be up to whoever bought the rights. My description of him has always been vague.
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Tall, broad-shouldered, sandy-blond hair, green eyes. Berry: Cotton returns in Spring with an adventure in Poland. The Warsaw Protocol. Steck also works full-time as a freelance editor and pens a monthly thriller column for CrimeReads. He currently lives in Southwest Michigan with his wife and their six children.
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Like this: Like Loading Related Articles. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. It sounds almost surreal , considering in the beginning I could not give away a manuscript. As for my readers, I want them to be entertained. I want them to enjoy themselves.
An entertainer. Ideas come from the strangest and most unexpected places. The one place, though, they never come from is when you are actually looking for them. They have to find you.
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Cotton was born in Copenaghen one lovely Spring evening in I still have that napkin. Eventually, those ideas were incorporated into The Templar Legacy , which was his first novel published in There have been twelve more since. I write books that publisher will sell and that readers will read, year in and year out.
I read a lot of history. I use to sources per each novel, so I read a lot of books. Not all of those, for sure, but large chunks of them. As to fiction, I read maybe books a year for fun, always thrillers. This interview is coming to an end. It is a privilege.
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So many books, so many words, a life dedicated to the Law and to the Writing. A man who has made about his passions his own life. It is a true example: we have not to renounce to what we are born to be.
His life. I hope very soon, Steve Berry. I hope you can print other 22 million books. This is the secret of the Literature: living by dreaming. Steve Berry: the lawyer became a writer and creator of the famous detective Cotton Malone.