Ian Rankin Quotes About Thin

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"It seemed to him a very Edinburgh thing. Welcoming, but not very." ~ Ian Rankin
"Was it all inevitable, John?" Reeve was pushing his fingers across the floor of the cell, seated on his haunches. I was lying on the mattress.Yes," I said. "I think it was. Certainly, it's written that way. The end of the book is there before the beginning's hardly started." ~ Ian Rankin
"1446, that's when the foundations were laid. It took forty years to complete.""Sounds like some builders I know," Rebus said."Can't you feel it?" Sithing was staring at Rebus. "Right at the core of your cynical heart, can't you feel something?""It's just indigestion, thanks for asking." Rebus rubbed his chest." ~ Ian Rankin
"This man had something to hide, some shame in his past, and those with a past can always be bought." ~ Ian Rankin
"At all times, think like a writer, and keep those antennae twitching - that way, you pick up new ideas." ~ Ian Rankin
"I still think most writers are just kids who refuse to grow up. We're still playing imaginary games, with our imaginary friends." ~ Ian Rankin
"A lot of writers, especially crime writers, have an image that we think we're trying to keep up with. You've got to be seen as dark and slightly dangerous. But I'm not like that and I've realised that I don't need to put that on. People will buy the books whether they see a photo of you dressed in black or not." ~ Ian Rankin
"I'm often asked how I write books, but I don't think my approach is suitable for everyone. If I walked into a creative writing class, all I could say to them was 'I tend to make it up as I go along.' I'm not sure that's brilliant advice." ~ Ian Rankin
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