novelist in a sentence

I have a friend whose father is a famous novelist.

Besides being a doctor, he was a very famous novelist.

After all is said and done, he was a firstrate novelist.

I think he is not so much a novelist as he is a scholar.

In addition to being a famous physicist, he is a great novelist.

With the appearance of a promising new writer, the aging novelist fell from prominence.

The husband of a well-known novelist has been charged with armed robbery, and assault with a deadly weapon.

novelist Peter Benchley once remarked, “Except for an occasional heart attack, I feel as young as I ever did.

novelist Salman Rushdie once remarked that when thought becomes excessively painful, action is the finest remedy.

novelist Emily Bronte once said, “If I could, I would always work in silence and obscurity, and let my efforts be known by their results.

novelist Vladimir Nabokov once suggested that knowing you’ll have something good to read before bed is among the most pleasurable of sensations.

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Forster wrote that Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony is the most sublime noise that has ever penetrated into the ear of man.

Thomas Hardy once wrote that the business of the poet and novelist is to show the sorriness underlying the grandest things, and the grandeur underlying the sorriest things.

“What’s the big deal about the footnotes?” one novelist friend groused to me.

Sancar is the second Turk to win a Nobel Prize, after novelist Orhan Pamuk in 2006.

The poet or novelist produces his work and through it talks directly to his reader.

An image from graphic novelist David Robertson’s book Betty: The Helen Betty Osborne Story.