A trove of entertaining anecdote and thought-provoking comparison -- Toby Lichtig Daily Telegraph A chance to see what great lives look like when the triumphs, dramas, disruptions and divorces have been all but boiled away. It will fascinate anyone who wonders how a day might best be spent, especially those who have wondered of their artistic heroes, as a baffled Colette once did of George Sand: how the devil did they manage? Guardian A fascinating little book Financial Times An utterly fascinating compendium ... This book is the ultimate retort to the flaneurs who dream about the novel/screenplay/painting they would create if only they had the time. Its message is that serious artists make the time, and most of them make it at the same time every day -- Daisy Goodwin Sunday Times A thoroughly researched, minutely annotated and delightful book, full of the quirks and oddities of the human comedy ... Its main lesson can be summed up simply enough: get up, have a cup of coffee, sit at your desk and begin Literary Review Some of the world's greatest minds had routines they stuck to to produce their works of genius. In Daily Rituals, Mason Currey reveals their more bizarre habits Daily Mirror Fascinating ... it also interestingly reveals that there is no universal formula to greatness, so in essence, it's a celebration of individuality and quirkiness Huffington Post
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Mason Currey was born in Pennsylvania, and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Asheville. Currey's writing has appeared in Slate, Metropolis, and Print. He lives in New York.