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When a person sets out to learn from others and not to teach others he becomes a true writer. ~ Carla H. Krueger
Krueger Author quotes by Carla H. Krueger
We believe that nonfiction should contain only information that's true. Journalists and nonfiction author can't know what a person thinks or feels or believes---they only know what the person says and writes and does. If an author tells you someone's inner thoughts, move that book to the fiction shelf. ~ Bill Dedman
Krueger Author quotes by Bill Dedman
Always make it a practice to stir your own mind thoroughly to think through what you have easily believed. Your position is not really yours until you make it yours through suffering and study. The author or speaker from whom you learn the most is not the one who teaches you something you didn't know before, but the one who helps you take a truth with which you have quietly struggled, give it expression, and speak it clearly and boldly. ~ Oswald Chambers
Krueger Author quotes by Oswald Chambers
The author holds up for inspection the fallacy of The Closed-Door Method wherein Christ's followers assume that if a decision is difficult to make it is not His will for us to make it because He would obviously not want us to do anything difficult. ~ David Platt
Krueger Author quotes by David Platt
Friends aren't jumper cables. You don't throw them into the trunk and pull them out for emergencies. ~ Charlie Krueger
Krueger Author quotes by Charlie Krueger
How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard." ~ Alan Alexander Milne ~ A.A. Milne
Krueger Author quotes by A.A. Milne
I can't go as far as Barthes in killing off the author, but I'm with him on the importance of the reader. We are the ones, after all, who exist long after the author (the real, physical being) is in the grave, choosing to read the book, deciding if it still has meaning, deciding what it means for us, feeling sympathy or contempt or amusement for its people and their problems. Take just the opening paragraph. If, having read that, we decide the book isn't worth our time, then the book ceases to exist in any meaningful fashion. Someone else may cause it to live again another day in another reading, but for now, dead as Jacob Marley. Did you have any idea you held so much power? ~ Thomas C. Foster
Krueger Author quotes by Thomas C. Foster
Let's make just a few more steps and secure success forever. ~ Stephen Richards
Krueger Author quotes by Stephen Richards
After an author has been dead for some time, it becomes increasingly difficult for his publishers to get a new book out of him each year. ~ Robert Benchley
Krueger Author quotes by Robert Benchley
Read proudly
put the duty of being read invariably on the author. If he is not read, whose fault is it? I am quite ready to be charmed, but I shall not make-believe I am charmed. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Krueger Author quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
NO reader has ANY obligation to an author, whether it be to leave a review or to write a "constructive" one. I put out a product. You are consumers of that product. Since when does that mean you have to kiss my ass? Hey, I like Pop-Tarts and eat them a few times a year; since when does that mean I'm obligated to support Kellogg's in any way except legally purchasing the Pop-Tarts before I eat them? I wasn't aware that purchasing and consuming a product meant I was under some sort of fucking thrall in which I'm only allowed to either praise the Pop-Tart (which to be honest isn't hard, especially the S'mores flavor) or, if I am going to criticize a flavor, offer a specific and detailed analysis as to why, phrased in as inoffensive and gentle a manner as possible so as not to upset the gentle people at Kellogg's."
[Something in the Water? (blog post; January 9, 2012)] ~ Stacia Kane
Krueger Author quotes by Stacia Kane
For an author nothing is as dead as a book once it is written. ~ Rumer Godden
Krueger Author quotes by Rumer Godden
If your salvation was dependent on your ability to read and understand scripture, Jesus would have been an author. ~ Steve Maraboli
Krueger Author quotes by Steve Maraboli
Americans would have a right to go to war with the Iraqis if we could name one author from Iraq. It disturbs me that we're going to war with somebody we know absolutely nothing about. Name one Iraqi poet, one Iraqi woman activist, one Iraqi singer. Name one Iraqi novelist. You can't. And how can you go kill someone you don't know anything about? ~ Jimmy Santiago Baca
Krueger Author quotes by Jimmy Santiago Baca
The accusation of metaphysics has become in philosophy something like the accusation of being a security risk in the public service. I do not for my part know what is meant by the word 'metaphysics'. The only definition I have found that fits all cases is: 'a philosophical opinion not held by the present author'. ~ Bertrand Russell
Krueger Author quotes by Bertrand Russell
It is indeed a tricky name. It is often misspelt, because the eye tends to regard the "a" of the first syllable as a misprint and then tries to restore the symmetrical sequence by triplicating the "o"- filling up the row of circles, so to speak, as in a game of crosses and naughts. No-bow-cough. How ugly, how wrong. Every author whose name is fairly often mentioned in periodicals develops a bird-watcher's or caterpillar-picker's knack when scanning an article. But in my case I always get caught by the word "nobody" when capitalized at the beginning of a sentence. As to pronunciation, Frenchmen of course say Nabokoff, with the accent on the last syllable. Englishmen say Nabokov, accent on the first, and Italians say Nabokov, accent in the middle, as Russians also do. Na-bo-kov. A heavy open "o" as in "Knickerbocker". My New England ear is not offended by the long elegant middle "o" of Nabokov as delivered in American academies. The awful "Na-bah-kov" is a despicable gutterism. Well, you can make your choice now. Incidentallv, the first name is pronounced Vladeemer- rhyming with "redeemer"- not Vladimir rhyming with Faddimere (a place in England, I think). ~ Vladimir Nabokov
Krueger Author quotes by Vladimir Nabokov
The Founding Father expressed in words for all to read the ideal of Government based upon the dignity of the individual. That ideal previously had existed only in the hearts and minds of men. They produced the timeless documents upon which the Nation is rounded and has grown great. They, recognizing God as the author of individual fights, declared that the purpose of Government is to secure those rights. ~ Dwight D. Eisenhower
Krueger Author quotes by Dwight D. Eisenhower
Obviously it makes a difference if an author has a public online profile of some sort, even just down to the level of having a moderately popular blog. Most books sell 5, 10, or 15 thousand copies. Most are midlist books. With those people, even a modest online presence can make a difference in sales. ~ Patrick Nielsen Hayden
Krueger Author quotes by Patrick Nielsen Hayden
As a book author, it's your responsibility to cast a vision for your book about the length and appearance before you pitch the idea to a publisher. ~ W. Terry Whalin
Krueger Author quotes by W. Terry Whalin
Physically it is impossible for a bee to fly, but because it believes it can then it can. ~ Stephen Richards
Krueger Author quotes by Stephen Richards
We lose ourselfs in books, we find ourself's there to ~ Unkown Author
Krueger Author quotes by Unkown Author
Most papers in computer science describe how their author learned what someone else already knew. ~ Peter Landin
Krueger Author quotes by Peter Landin
Even the most elitist director or author who claims that he doesn't care if his works are seen or not, then I have to think that he's either a liar or a hypocrite. ~ Michael Haneke
Krueger Author quotes by Michael Haneke
As an author I'm in my head all day and I worry that I lose touch with reality. But then my dog pees on my shoe and I know I've found it again. ~ Michelle M. Pillow
Krueger Author quotes by Michelle M. Pillow
I am a commercial artist and author, who loves my family, a good joke, a sunny day, cheeseburgers, hockey and the Beatles. ~ Stooart
Krueger Author quotes by Stooart
He scares the shit out of me, and I used to work for people who made Freddie Krueger look like Mr. Rogers. (Carlos) ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon
Krueger Author quotes by Sherrilyn Kenyon
I've been very lucky with prizes. But the thing about prizes is that, when you talk about a prize-winning author, you can be talking about one that is well-regarded but doesn't sell any books. ~ Jim Crace
Krueger Author quotes by Jim Crace
There is no limitation, to where God can take you. Think of all the possibilities of what he could give you. ~ Colishia S. Benjamin
Krueger Author quotes by Colishia S. Benjamin
I'd always admired writers. I'd always loved words on a page. Somehow, words seemed to bypass image and get straight to the heart of things. Somehow, words seemed big enough to contain pain, and sentences could pull broken bits together. ~ Rosie O'Donnell
Krueger Author quotes by Rosie O'Donnell
All of my friends want to be in my books, but no one wants to die ... ummm ... I write westerns ... everyone dies. ~ Barry Andrew Chambers
Krueger Author quotes by Barry Andrew Chambers
The deeply irrational attitude of each sex toward women may be seen in novels, particularly in bad novels. In bad novels by men, there is the woman with whom the author is in love, who usually possesses every charm, but is somewhat helpless, and requires male protection; sometimes, however, like Shakespeare's Cleopatra, she is an object of exasperated hatred, and is thought to be deeply and desperately wicked. In portraying the heroine, the male author does not write from observation, but merely objectifies his own emotions. In regard to his other female characters, he is more objective, and may even depend upon his notebook; but when he is in love, his passion makes a mist between him and the object of his devotion. Women novelists, also, have two kinds of women in their books. One is themselves, glamorous and kind, and object of lust to the wicked and of love to the good, sensitive, highsouled, and constantly misjudged. The other kind is represented by all other women, and is usually portrayed as petty, spiteful, cruel, and deceitful. It would seem that to judge women without bias is not easy either for men or for women. ~ Bertrand Russell
Krueger Author quotes by Bertrand Russell
We must stop this unimaginable atrocity before it becomes a reality. ~ S.A. Tawks
Krueger Author quotes by S.A. Tawks
His fame is great; and it will, we have no doubt, be lasting; but it is fame of a peculiar kind, and indeed marvellously resembles infamy. We remember no other case in which the world has made so great a distinction between a book and its author. In general, the book and the author are considered as one. To admire the book is to admire the author. The case of Boswell is an exception, we think the only exception, to this rule. ~ Samuel Johnson
Krueger Author quotes by Samuel Johnson
I draw the art for the writers. A lil' chibi of each author crowns their articles. ~ Holly Golightly
Krueger Author quotes by Holly Golightly
And you're an author?" Richard asked, knowing very well that Graham was indeed G.M. Russell. "I'm sorry, I'm not exactly sure I've heard of your novels. I don't think I've ever read anything you've published." He was being oddly aggressive, making the whole situation uncomfortable.
"That's fine," Graham responded. "Enough other people have, so your lack of awareness doesn't inflict any damage on my success. ~ Brittainy C. Cherry
Krueger Author quotes by Brittainy C. Cherry
Writers' trousers are famously unpredictable in many ways, but I haven't met another author whose trousers simply disintegrated en route to a reading. There I was, young and nervous and not wearing a frock due to poor body image issues, stuck on a late afternoon train, leafing through my notes in a preparatory way and yet also feeling, somehow, chilly. ~ A. L. Kennedy
Krueger Author quotes by A. L. Kennedy
Lacking any scientific means of pinning down the soul, the first anatomists settled on generative primacy. What shows up first in the embryo must be most important and therefore most likely to hold the soul. The trouble with this particular avenue of learning, known as ensoulment, was that early first trimester human embryos were difficult to come by. Classical scholars of ensoulment, Aristotle among them, attempted to get around the problem by examining the larger, more easily obtained poultry embryo. To quote Vivian Nutton, author of The Anatomy of the Soul in Early Renaissance Medicine and the Human Embryo, analogies drawn from the inspection of hen's eggs foundered on the subject that man was not a chicken. ~ Mary Roach
Krueger Author quotes by Mary Roach
My mother's true appeal went beyond the clash of the beautiful trust fund darling as the arm candy of an overweight trailer salesman. Carl grew up in harsh, chaotic poverty. His escape was the alcoholism that was conceived during puberty and flourished throughout adulthood. His initial career was a diesel mechanic wearing faded coveralls with oil up his nails and sweat on his brow. His earliest homes were the dingy trailers he would later profit from. His first marriage was doused with benders, acid trips, and sex crazed parties packed with orgies with a first wife who'd lost track of number of dicks shoved down her throat in the midst of intoxication. I don't know what sparked his revelation, but at some point, Carl decided to fiercely pursue the world he envied. He wanted a life of starched, white shirts, ties, SUVs, and picket fences. He ached for the scent of steaks grilling on his sunny patio. He dreamed of white-collar southern beauty and my mother, in all her naïve innocence, was the loveliest possession he could ever obtain. ~ Magda Young
Krueger Author quotes by Magda Young
Becoming an author changes your attitude too. Once you see where books come from, and how they're made, they never seem quite as sacred again. ~ Lev Grossman
Krueger Author quotes by Lev Grossman
At least be sure you go to the author to find his meaning, not to find yours. ~ John Ruskin
Krueger Author quotes by John Ruskin
All life`s achievements proceed from the Author of life. ~ Sunday Adelaja
Krueger Author quotes by Sunday Adelaja
Simply talking about your book is the biggest, easiest, most often over-looked, cheapest marketing tool. ~ Bethany Atazadeh
Krueger Author quotes by Bethany Atazadeh
Believe in yourself and in your own voice, because there will be times in this business when you will be the only one who does. Take heart from the knowledge that an author with a strong voice will often have trouble at the start of his or her career because strong,distinctive voices sometimes make editors nervous. But in the end, only the strong survive. ~ Jayne Ann Krentz
Krueger Author quotes by Jayne Ann Krentz
For so long considered a second-rate category to other writing genres, Science Fiction should be allotted its true place in literature. The reason Science Fiction is so important is because SF authors create the future. They bring through ideas, technology, and new thought, put it all down in written and spoken word, and then send it out into mass consciousness. When enough people (a critical mass) think about and truly consider the plausibility of a concept, it becomes reality. Think William Gibson, who in 1982's "Burning Chrome" coined "cyberspace". Few grasped the concept at the time, but as the internet took hold in the 1990's, we not only had a word to describe our experience, we had a definition and an understanding, as well. Coincidence? ~ Joseph Duda
Krueger Author quotes by Joseph Duda
Have you ever observed that we pay much more attention to a wise passage when it is quoted than when we read it in the original author? ~ Philip Gilbert Hamerton
Krueger Author quotes by Philip Gilbert Hamerton
I don't like to spend money; I like to spend time . ~ Jill Telford
Krueger Author quotes by Jill Telford
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