” For me, the facts in anything are always secondary. You don’t lie convincingly with the truth. You lie convincingly with being a good liar. “


” I figure anytime you put an adjective before ‘writer,’ it’s a way of dismissing the writer. “


” If you keep having to dip into the story’s past to explain the present, then there’s a good chance your real story’s in the past, and you’re just using the present as a vehicle to deliver us there. “


” If the main character’s not in jeopardy – physical, psychological, emotional, whatever – then you don’t have any tension, and you don’t have a story. “


” Jeans and sneakers are definitely best for the haunted house. They usually won’t let you in with a mask, even. It makes sense. They need to be able to tell who the rubes are. And, sneakers are good because the ground’s uneven, and you’re running and falling and stepping on the slower of your friends. “


” You have to want the haunted house to scare you. It completely steals your money to go through with one of those people who shrug it all off, who touch the monsters’ faces to show they’re fake. “


” You always want to read something that everybody says has gone too far, don’t you? That’s supposed to not just be charting our decline, but embodying it? “


” My uncle Randall always had a book in his hand. He read in the car, he read at restaurants, he read when you were talking to him. He read lots of different things, but mostly it was Louis L’Amour’s westerns and contemporary thrillers. “



All 8 Stephen Graham Jones Quotes about You in picture


For me, the facts in anything are always secondary. You don
I figure anytime you put an adjective before
If you keep having to dip into the story
If the main character
Jeans and sneakers are definitely best for the haunted house. They usually won
You have to want the haunted house to scare you. It completely steals your money to go through with one of those people who shrug it all off, who touch the monsters
You always want to read something that everybody says has gone too far, don
My uncle Randall always had a book in his hand. He read in the car, he read at restaurants, he read when you were talking to him. He read lots of different things, but mostly it was Louis L

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