Renowned for his serial works entitled Alex Cross, Witch & Wizards, Maximum Ride, Michael Bennett, The Women’s Murder Club and the Daniel X series, people often wonder when did James Patterson start writing. The answer to that question is real simple.
Much to our good luck, James Patterson is still healthily alive at the ripe age of 64 and resides in the liberty state of New York within the polis of Newburgh. Born on the 22nd day of March in the year 1947, James Patterson started off his professional career by choosing the field of advertising. He would continue to do this for a few years till he felt a higher calling in 1985. By this time he had celebrated his 38th birthday.
In a response to that higher calling, James Patterson picked up the pen and started to ink down all the great plots he had stored in his brain for some time. So that question when did James Patterson start writing is answered both by his age and year; 38 and 1985 to be precise.