Best 4 073 of Fiction quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sonia Sahijwani

tujhe toh vakil banna chahiye, bas behes karti rehti hai

By Anonym 13 Sep

Tucker Max

Calling one thing 'literature' and another 'fiction' is a way to create status where there is none.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Angela R. Watts

Fiction is powerful — if ya have a book that has no hope… no love… it’s just not realistic.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Mark Jackman

The Butcher of Babylon featured in over 500 porn films between 1974 and 1982, and was best known for his motto: Come for the butcher, stay for the meat.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Jack Johnson

Fact is only what you believe and fact and fiction work as a team.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Jon Weisman

It is simply much easier to infuse life, feeling, and higher truth into a novel than a non-fiction work, to find the license to write truth without being wedded to fact.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Eudora Welty

Fiction shows us the past as well as the present moment in mortal light; it is an art served by the indelibility of our memory, and one empowered by a sharp and prophetic awareness of what is ephemeral. It is by the ephemeral that our feeling is so strongly aroused for what endures, or strives to endure.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Joyce Carol Oates

I have no inner life. I have no ‘intimate’ life. I am just what I-what to do. I move from one habitation to another like one of those-is it herit crabs? Taking up residence in others shells. (…) Others’ shells are fine. You come, and then you go. They’re gone

By Anonym 15 Sep

Dale Jamieson

We need more science, but what we especially need is science fiction.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Damon Knight

We live on a minute island of known things. Our undiminished wonder at the mystery which surrounds us is what makes us human. In science fiction we can approach that mystery, not in small, everyday symbols, but in bigger ones of space and time.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Meredith Vieira

Amy Rapp, my producing partner, and I are drawn to character-driven material. We're developing and producing movies and TV, fiction and non-fiction, studio and independent, broadcast and cable, theatre, and web so our slate is really diverse.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Theodore Sturgeon

Science fiction, outside of poetry, is the only literary field which has no limits, no parameters whatsoever. You can go not only into the future, but into that wonderful place called other, which is simply another universe, another planet, another species.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Erica Sehyun Song

I stood at the grassy edge and tentatively dipped my toe into the water. I watched the ripple spread and break the perfect reflection before composing itself. The ripple then rushed towards a mass of rocks to one side.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Leslie Daniels

I knew I would stay in this town when I found the blue enamel pot floating in the lake. The pot led me to the house, the house led me to the book, the book to the lawyer, the lawyer to the whorehouse, the whorehouse to science, and from science I joined the world.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Alexandar Tomov

The only one everlasting love is the unrealized one. The love to this thing that you’d never had. Behind it is hidden the love to your own ego and feelings.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Rachel Cusk

So much is lost, he said, in the shipwreck. What remains are fragments, and if you don't hold on to them the sea will take them too.

By Anonym 14 Sep

James Ellroy

I think I'm out of crime fiction now, and I think the dividing line is American Tabloid.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Pawan Mishra

If you think there is no time to write now, there will never be.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Milan Kundera

The novel's spirit is the spirit of complexity. . . . The novel's spirit is the spirity of continuity . . . a thing made to last, to connect the past with the future.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Abigail Tarttelin

Sometimes I still feel that there are two of me: one clean, flawless picture, the other imperfect and cracked; one boy, one girl; one voice that speaks aloud and one that whispers in my ear; one publicly known to have been troubled but be on the mend, the other who has privately lost something to do with innocence and gained something to do with knowledge and adulthood that can never be undone. I feel sometimes there are things that tear me in two directions, that there are two sets of thoughts that grow side by side. But then I realize that I am whole, whatever that means and does not mean; I am complete without the need for additions or alteration.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Marguerite Yourcenar

Pero los escritores mienten, aun los más sinceros. Los menos hábiles, carentes de palabras y frases capaces de encerrarla, retienen una imagen pobre y chata de la vida; algunos, como Lucano, la cargan y abruman con una dignidad que no posee. Otros como Petronio, la aligeran, la convierten en una pelota hueca que rebota, fácil de recibir y lanzar en un universo sin peso. Los poetas nos transportan a un mundo más vasto o más hermoso, más ardiente o más dulce que el que nos ha sido dado, diferente a él y casi inhabitable en la práctica. Los filósofos hacen sufrir a la realidad casi las mismas transformaciones que el fuego o el mortero hacen sufrir a los cuerpos; en esos cristales o en esas cenizas nada parece subsistir de un ser o de un hecho tales como los conocimos. Los historiadores nos proponen sistemas demasiado completos del pasado, series de causas y efectos harto exactas y claras como para que hayan sido alguna vez verdaderas. Mucho me costaría vivir en un mundo sin libros, pero la realidad no está en ellos, puesto que no cabe entera.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Suzanne Collins

I just don't want them to change me, if I'm going to die I still want to be me.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jim Cherry

I blew into L.A. streaking down the freeway, the song "L.A. Woman" blasting out of the car speakers, the wind in my hair, the music in the wind. The first thing you notice about L.A. is that it’s overflowing with people, tourists, the homeless, the starstruck, it was like an old fashioned boom town, a few ghosts wandered it’s streets but it was still booming, if L.A. lived off the people that were successful, the city would be awfully empty.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Ann Marie Frohoff

You can't make a fan of everyone. Stay true to your story, characters, music, art or whatever it is you do and fuck everyone else who doesn't like it. Life isn't perfect.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Meg Rosoff

He didn't remember ever being less weird than he was right now. In fact, as far as he could tell he had always been more or less exactly as weird as this. if not more so.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Michael Sheen

My taste in watching things runs from dramas and low-budget films to high-end fantasy/science fiction.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Paul Auster

All my novels are very much directly related to my inner life, even though I'm inventing characters, even though it's fiction, even though it's make-believe, it nevertheless is coming out of the deepest recesses of myself.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Nancy Farmer

Before the next minute had passed, they had all fallen to the ground. Just like that. As though someone had reached inside and turned off a switch. "What happened?" Matt asked, gasping. I went from one person to the next, trying to wake them up, but they were all dead, wrote Daft Donald.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Wendy Liebman

I'm a writer. I write checks. Mostly fiction.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mark Twain

Truth is stranger than fiction-to some people, but I am measurably familiar with it.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Shannon A. Thompson

I wasn’t sure what was worse: being oblivious or living within reality. (Eric)

By Anonym 14 Sep

Sandra Cisneros

I was looking at a lot of experimental writers, and I was very intrigued by short-short fiction, writers who would write little things, what I call buttons now, little vignettes.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Kristin Cashore

A storm can be a cozy thing when one isn't in it.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jamil Jan Kochai

As Gul predicted, later in the day, Rahmutallah Maamaa came into my chamber, by himself, and offered me a juice box, a slice of watermelon, and Budabash’s life. I declined all three.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Stephen Craig

He had heard many of his customers talking about 'repetitive strain injury' over the years and he was sure that, if he was capable, he too would suffer this - especially with the industrial tooling he carried around everywhere that he went.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Richelle Mead

So...Mason, Eddie, and Mia went to Spokane to hunt Strigoi?" "Yes." "Holy shit. Why didn't you go with them? Seems like something you'd do." I resisted the urge to smack him. "Because I'm not insane! But I'm going to go get them before they do something even stupider.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Stanley Gazemba

The carcass was still warm - barely a few minutes dead, with the blood clotting on the ugly wound on its head where Pinchez had bashed it in with a brick.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Colum Mccann

Anakana Schofield is part of a new wave of wonderful Irish fiction-international in scope and electrically alive.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jeff Feuerzeig

What is fiction or cinema if not escape?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jeff Hutchins

If you ever meet someone who thinks they are so special, the best thing to do is smile. You don’t have to say anything. Be friendly and then go do your best. That will make you special, too!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sara Gruen

Don't mind Russ," he says. "He's a good kid underneath all those holes, although it's a wonder he doesn't spring a leak when he drinks

By Anonym 16 Sep

Cee Elle Reid

It's not just a novel idea, it's a novel.

By Anonym 16 Sep

F. Scott Fitzgerald

I am glad you are happy--but I never believe much in happiness. I never believe in misery either. Those are things you see on the stage or the screen or the printed page, they never really happen to you in life.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Mark Haddon

When I was writing for children, I was writing genre fiction. It was like making a good chair. However beautiful it looked, it needed four legs of the same length, it had to be the right height and it had to be comfortable.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ken Follett

There is a real connection between Philosopy and fiction.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Terry Pratchett

Science fiction is fantasy with bolts painted on outside.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Ben Marcus

Fiction is too complicated and too elusive to break down into a set of tricks.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Neil Gaiman

You’re as plain as the nose on your face,” said Mr. Pennyworth. “And your nose is remarkably obvious. As is the rest of your face, young man. As are you. For the sake of all that is holy, empty your mind. Now. You are an empty alleyway. You are a vacant doorway. You are nothing. Eyes will not see you. Minds will not hold you. Where you are is nothing and nobody.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ivy Compton-burnett

As regards plots I find real life no help at all. Real life seems to have no plots. And as I think a plot desirable and almost necessary, I have this extra grudge against real life. But I think there are signs that strange things happen, though they do not emerge

By Anonym 18 Sep

David J. Bell

Taut, intelligent, and intense suspense that is deeply human.”—Mark Greaney, New York Times Bestselling Author of Gunmetal Gray “Exciting and well-layered....David Bell is a master storyteller with a sure hand at crafting characters you feel for and stories you relish.”—Allen Eskens, USA Today Bestselling Author of The Life We Bury “A tense and twisty suspense novel about the dark secrets that lie buried within a community and a father who can save his daughter only by uncovering them. Will leave parents wondering just how well they truly know their children.”—Hester Young, author of The Gates of Evangeline and The Shimmering Road “A gripping, immersive tour-de-force full of twists and turns. BRING HER HOME kept me flipping the pages late into the night. Don’t expect to sleep until you’ve finished reading this book. I could not put it down!”—A. J. Banner, bestselling author of The Good Neighbor and The Twilight Wife “In David Bell’s riveting BRING HER HOME, the unthinkable is only the beginning. From there, the story races through stunning twists all the way to its revelation, without letting its heart fall away in the action. Intense, emotional, and deeply satisfying. This one will keep you up late into the night. Don't miss it!”—Jamie Mason, author of Three Graves Full and Monday’s Lie “Spellbinding and pulse-raising, BRING HER HOME hooked me from the first sentence and surprised me until the final pages. Sharply written and richly observed, this book is about the secrets we keep, the mysteries that keep us, and the lengths a father will go to for the daughter he loves. David Bell is a masterful storyteller who has perfected the art of suspense in BRING HER HOME.”—Sarah Domet, author of The Guineveres