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Neil Cross Quotes

Dogs teach us a lot of things but none more important than to love unconditionally - Dog Quotes
If cats could talk, they wouldn't - Cat Quotes
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Luther’ is absolutely a monster-of-the-week show. Although it’s post-watershed and is rendered in intense graphic novel-style images, it’s inspiration is not that different from ‘Doctor Who’ as in both cases you’ve got a trickster figure who fights the monster of the week and is eventually successful.  (Neil Cross Quotes) The thematic bucket of vomit that I’ve been chained to since I was about 9 is the moral complexity of anti-heroism. I have always been interested in good people who do bad things for understandable reasons.  (Neil Cross Quotes) I love ghost stories, and I also have a great fondness and love for ‘Quatermass,’ which in many ways is the show that preceded ‘Doctor Who.’ ‘Doctor Who’ borrowed quite a bit from ‘Quatermass’ and probably wouldn’t have existed in anything like the form we recognise today if ‘Quatermass’ hadn’t come before it.  (Neil Cross Quotes) I wrote ‘Mr. In-Between’ very quickly when I was about 23. I wrote the penultimate chapter, then realised I’d done something which was written to the best of my abilities. I panicked. I hesitated to finish the final chapter and went into withdrawal for three years. I decided to pick it up again after I went drinking with author Tim Binding.  (Neil Cross Quotes) I don’t want to repeat myself. I hate the idea of coasting and of recycling the same ideas. Then, you’re just subject to the law of diminishing returns.  (Neil Cross Quotes) It’s perceived as an accolade to be published as a ‘literary’ writer, but, actually, it’s pompous and it’s fake. Literary fiction is often nothing more than a genre in itself.  (Neil Cross Quotes) The fictional character with whom I most profoundly identified was Yossarian in Catch-22. Always did, still do.  (Neil Cross Quotes) Writing a novel is an intense and lonely business, but you have the reward at the end of a very direct dialogue between you and the reader.  (Neil Cross Quotes) I was writing novels at eight. It was a science fiction epic, which went by the unimprovable title of ‘Another Kind of Warrior.’ I’d write it beginning to end, but when I’d finished it, I was another year older. The quality of writing and thought changed radically, so I’d start it again. I re-wrote that same book until I was 16.  (Neil Cross Quotes) No, we don’t walk away. But when we’re holding on to something precious, we run. We run and run, fast as we can, and we don’t stop running until we are out from under the shadow  (Neil Cross Quotes)