Katharine Kerr Famous Quotes & Sayings

10 Katharine Kerr Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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By the Lord of Hell's hairy balls! Katharine Kerr Sayings: By the Lord of Hell's hairy balls!
Over the years, a number of people have asked me why I tend to write at this great length. I've put some thought into the answer, and it can be boiled down one word: consequences. Well, maybe two words: consequences and characters. Or perhaps, consequences, characters, and the subconscious mind - above all the subconscious mind. Katharine Kerr Sayings: Over the years, a number of people have asked me why I tend to write
Fantasy is the oldest form of literature and science fiction is just a new twist on it. Katharine Kerr Sayings: Fantasy is the oldest form of literature and science fiction is just a new twist
An actual saga demands change, both in its characters and its world. Katharine Kerr Sayings: An actual saga demands change, both in its characters and its world.
All love affairs are tragedies in the end unless the lovers die at the same moment. Katharine Kerr Sayings: All love affairs are tragedies in the end unless the lovers die at the same
Consider the roots of a simple and mundane action, for instance, buying bread for your breakfast. A farmer has grown the grain in a field carved from wilderness by his ancestors; in the ancient city a miller has ground the flour and a baker prepared the loaf; the vendor has transported it to your house in a cart built by a cartwright and his apprentices. Even the donkey that draws the cart, what stories could she not tell if you could decipher her braying? And then you yourself hand over a coin of copper dug from the very heart of the earth, you who have risen from a bed of dreams and darkness to stand in the light of the vast and terrifying sun. Are there not a thousand strands woven together into this tapestry of a morning meal? How then can you expect that the omens of great events should be easy to unravel? The Pseudo-Iamblichus Scroll Katharine Kerr Sayings: Consider the roots of a simple and mundane action, for instance, buying bread for your
By the hairy ass of lord hell. Many characters in the Deverry Cycle Novels Katharine Kerr Sayings: By the hairy ass of lord hell. Many characters in the Deverry Cycle Novels
I wonder if I'll ever forgive Evandar? I wonder even more if I should bother," Aderyn said.
"Of course you should," Nevyn said wearily, "but for your own sake, not his. Hatred binds a man to what he hates, and I think me you need to be free of him.
Katharine Kerr Sayings: I wonder if I'll ever forgive Evandar? I wonder even more if I should bother,"
I personally am a 'discovery writer,' as we're termed, someone who plans the book by writing it and then revising the entire thing. When it comes to saga, this means writing large chunks of prose before any of it coalesces into a book. Katharine Kerr Sayings: I personally am a 'discovery writer,' as we're termed, someone who plans the book by
Not all series books are sagas. Some are shaped more like beads on a string, separate episodes held together by a set of characters, who may or may not grow and change as the series continues. Katharine Kerr Sayings: Not all series books are sagas. Some are shaped more like beads on a string,