Welcome to our collection of Novels quotes! Dive into the captivating world of literary masterpieces and the profound words that have been penned within their pages. This category pays homage to the extraordinary creativity and imagination of authors who have crafted stories that resonate with readers across the globe.
Within these quotes, you'll find a tapestry of emotions, ideas, and insights that have been woven through the power of storytelling. From the timeless classics to modern works, this collection celebrates the vast diversity of novels that have shaped literature throughout history. Whether you're a devoted bookworm or simply seeking inspiration, these quotes offer a glimpse into the minds of renowned authors and the depth of their literary creations.
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These novels [Zombie, My Sister, My Love] are so special to me. [I don't expect that they will have nearly the same significance to anyone else.] They represent a kind of fiction I would love to pursue more or less constantly, but dare not.
When I complete a novel I set it aside, and begin work on short stories, and eventually another long work. When I complete that novel I return to the earlier novel and rewrite much of it. In the meantime the second novel lies in a desk drawer.
In everything I've written, the crime has always just been an occasion to write about other things. I don't have a picture of myself as writing crime novels. I like fairly strong narratives, but it's a way of getting a plot moving.
Some people will say, "Why read a comic book? It stifles the imagination. If you read a novel you imagine what people are like. If you read a comic, it's showing you." The only answer I can give is, "You can read a Shakespeare play, but does that mean you wouldn't want to see it on the stage?