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#1. There was no way she'd allow him to see her do 97 percent of her normal activities. She was a monster. A monster who was flat as a board with no ass. In fact, the only thing she had going on in the curves department was an enormous cystic pimple on her chin that hurt when she touched it. Yeah, no. - Author: Mary H.K. Choi
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Mary H.K. Choi
#2. I have a hard time trusting a person without a couple of murders on his record, Mr. Draedax. - Author: Henry Mosquera
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Henry Mosquera
#3. That is as true for fiction or non-fiction. The writer has to really know their subject. It is really important to remember that the readers are a lot smarter than the writer. Also, good writing has to do with rewriting. You will never get it right the first time. So you rewrite and rewrite again until you get it right. Until you, and the reader, will be able to visualize what you're writing about. - Author: Michael Scott
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Michael Scott
#4. If I had simply wanted to trade on an insult to Islam, I could have done it in a sentence rather than writing a 250,000-word novel, a work of fiction. - Author: Salman Rushdie
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Salman Rushdie
#5. Every autobiography ... becomes an absorbing work of fiction, with something of the charm of a cryptogram. - Author: H.L. Mencken
Multicultural Fiction quotes by H.L. Mencken
#6. Yes," I whisper so the others won't hear, "but being afraid is good because it means I still have more to lose. - Author: Caroline George
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Caroline George
#7. Romanticism demands mastery of the primary element of fiction: the art of storytelling - which requires three cardinal qualities: ingenuity, imagination, a sense of drama. - Author: Ayn Rand
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Ayn Rand
#8. As for peace, it was never free and laws were made to be broken. Peacemaker or lawbreaker, someone, somewhere always paid the price no matter what side of the words they were on. - Author: Virginia McKevitt
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Virginia McKevitt
#9. Dead at twenty. To die here on a strange planet I'd never seen and without any friends or family. Except for an alien named Garran. - Author: Kalli Lanford
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Kalli Lanford
#10. When you feel that unpleasant darkness invading your mind, read this book and these stories will help you return to the light and warmth of life. - Author: Indu Muralidharan
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Indu Muralidharan
#11. I wasn't writing home. I wasn't writing a death letter, either. I was writing a death journal, a piece of fiction meant for my family and my fiancee, Sara. - Author: Clint Van Winkle
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Clint Van Winkle
#12. You only get to know yourself when you travel - Will - Author: Rehan Khan
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Rehan Khan
#13. Houellebecq has created a new genre - the dystopian conversion tale. Submission is not the story some expected of an armed coup d'état, and no one in it expresses hatred or even contempt of Muslims. At one level it is simply about a man who through suffering and indifference finds himself slouching toward Mecca. At another level, though, it is about a civilization that after centuries of a steady, almost imperceptible sapping of inner conviction finds itself doing the same thing. The literature of civilizational decline, to which Zemmour's Le Suicide français is a minor contribution, is typically brash and breathless. Not so Submission. There is not even drama here - no clash of spiritual armies, no martyrdom, no final conflagration. Stuff just happens, as in all Houellebecq's fiction. All one hears at the end is a bone-chilling sigh of collective relief. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come. Whatever. - Author: Mark Lilla
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Mark Lilla
#14. The Dream Box wasn't a place, but it was a destination. It wasn't life, but it was a way of life. Reese wasn't awake in the Meat Space the way he was in Cyber, where a billion liters of endorphins blasted through the biological wiring of his veins with every corner his mind turned, where every conscious or subconscious choice he made was infused with importance. Linked in, he could partake of the guiltless ecstasy that was up for grabs, even for people like him. Linked in as Balmus, he could even be his own hero. - Author: Daniel Pike
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Daniel Pike
#15. Firen didn't waste any time setting up the meeting with Egnatious. The following day she was in such a rush to tell me about it that she burst into my room without knocking and found Andrew and me in an intimate and compromising position reminiscent of the game Twister. Also, I cannot confirm or deny if there was food involved. Let's just say I toppled over in embarrassment, taking Andrew down with me in a great heap. Firen didn't fare any better, as she nearly knocked herself out when she ran into the doorframe in an attempt to escape. We were both scarred for life, especially after Firen apologized for walking in on our "naked fun time," which was apparently what Joseph called it. There were some things people should never know, and that was one of them. - Author: Laura Kreitzer
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Laura Kreitzer
#16. Why can't I take you? Why is it so hard? You have the other half of my soul; with you I will be complete! So. Then. Why?" Crispin murmured clenching his fists.
Oh, he pitied the fool who would be in his way once he returned to his domain.
"Oh, what suffering will befall them in her place," he smiled wickedly.


~Crispin~ - Author: J.L. Clayton
Multicultural Fiction quotes by J.L. Clayton
#17. Sanctum, a holy or sacred place. What could be more sacred than possessing the power of your own true thoughts? Sanctum. It is both lock and key. - Author: Madeleine Roux
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Madeleine Roux
#18. I generally find fiction without some move to the weird, less imaginative, dull, prosaic. Not all of it, of course, but a lot of it. I suppose it's just a question of taste. - Author: Ellen Datlow
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Ellen Datlow
#19. Thomas slammed his fist on the table, sending eating utensils flying. "Shameful! It is downright shameful that so-called men of God would use religion to manipulate people."
--from Prairie Grace when Thomas learns how the Indian agents and others are stealing from Native Americans - Author: Marilyn Bay Wentz
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Marilyn Bay Wentz
#20. I hope [Willa] still thinks butterflies are beautiful. I think they are. We shouldn't think for a moment that just because their lives are short they shouldn't be here. - Author: Susan Meissner
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Susan Meissner
#21. Fiction writers are strange beasts. They are, like all writers, observers first and foremost. Everything that happens to and around them is potential material for a story, and they look at it that way. - Author: Terry Brooks
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Terry Brooks
#22. Ever since I could remember, She was all that mattered. - Author: James J. Caterino
Multicultural Fiction quotes by James J. Caterino
#23. The image is an example of how horror writers view our world. A view that is far from the norm. Their writing always seeking that visceral fear in us all. - Author: A.K. Kuykendall
Multicultural Fiction quotes by A.K. Kuykendall
#24. This life, it isn't the end for us. Whatever happens, my soul will find yours; it always has. - Author: Lynn Vroman
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Lynn Vroman
#25. I am free because - I forgive you. I am more than alive because I forgive myself. - Author: Charlena E. Jackson
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Charlena E.  Jackson
#26. Perhaps this is what Henry James meant when he talked about the "irresponsibility" of characters. Characters are irresponsible, art is irresponsible when compared to life, because it is first and foremost important that a character be real, and as readers or watchers we tend to applaud any effort made towards the construction of that reality. We do not, of course, indulge actual people in the world this way at all. In real life, the fact that something seems real to someone is not enough to interest us, or to convince us that that reality is interesting. But the self-reality of fictional characters is deeply engrossing, which is why villains are lovable in literature in ways that they are not in life. - Author: James Wood
Multicultural Fiction quotes by James Wood
#27. At the beginning of the day, it is all about the choices I make. It is about what I am willing to sacrifice - one thing I do know, I am not willing, and I do not want to sacrifice my life for anyone."
~Love is respect ♥~ - Author: Charlena E. Jackson
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Charlena E.  Jackson
#28. And she[Aphrodite]mourned Nerites` loss not because Nerites was her paramour but because she was her mentor.It was, strangely enough,poor Nerites who had taught her all she had known about sex & love until then. For how was a young Goddess, who was born from a cockle, to know about such things? - Author: Nicholas Chong
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Nicholas Chong
#29. In fiction, especially in texts that are framed by a storytelling situation, aporia is a favourite device of narrators to arouse curiosity in their audience, or to emphasize the extraordinary nature of the story they are telling. It is often combined with another figure of rhetoric, "aposiopesis", the incomplete sentence or unfinished utterance, usually indicated on the page by a trail of dots ... - Author: David Lodge
Multicultural Fiction quotes by David Lodge
#30. Whore," he spat at her.

"If I am a whore for resisting you," she said through her teeth, "what would I have been for giving in?"

"Whore," he said again. - Author: G. Willow Wilson
Multicultural Fiction quotes by G. Willow Wilson
#31. The role of the writer is not to say what we can all say, but what we are unable to say. Most of the writing today which is called fiction contains such a poverty of language, such triteness, that it is a shrunken, diminished world we enter, poorer and more formless than the poorest cripple deprived of ears and eyes and tongue. The writer's responsibility is to increase, develop our senses, expand our vision, heighten our awareness and enrich our articulateness. - Author: Anais Nin
Multicultural Fiction quotes by Anais Nin

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