That is a quote from Orson Scott Card. He was talking about how writers of popular fiction seem to write novels about writers and women who fall them, writing out their fantasies.
He says that 'no one ever falls for the writer,' and I think he's right. He also admitted that he writes to pay the bills and that he would much rather direct plays, or write screen plays for romantic comedies (he expressed a love for 'anything with Tom Hanks.')
Overall, it was a few hours well spent.