Have you read this first?
In 1973, Herbie Hancock wrote: “I realized that I could never be a genius in the class of Miles, Charlie Parker or Coltrane so I might just as well be satisfied to create some music to make people happy.” Of course, by that time, Herbie Hancock had already recorded Maiden Voyage and Empyrean Isles.
I abandoned the idea of writing the greatest novel of all time when Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight was published. Now I hide behind laughter, and Herbie Hancock. Everything I write is false—all but what is true.
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