Joe Abercrombie Quotes About Ten

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"Evil turned out not to be a grand thing. Not sneering Emperors with their world-conquering designs. Not cackling demons plotting in the darkness beyond the world. It was small men with their small acts and their small reasons. It was selfishness and carelessness and waste. It was bad luck, incompetence, and stupidity. It was violence divorced from conscience or consequence. It was high ideals, even, and low methods." ~ Joe Abercrombie
"A friendship between a man and a woman was what you called it when one had been pursuing the other for a long time and never gotten anywhere." ~ Joe Abercrombie
"There was no such thing as luck. Luck was a word idiots used to explain the consequences of their own rashness, and selfishness, and stupidity. More often than not bad luck meant bad plans." ~ Joe Abercrombie
"As a writer, you have to first of all write what you want to. Listen to advice, by all means, but don't get bogged down in it." ~ Joe Abercrombie
"I think the further away you get from completing a book, the more responses you see to it from readers, the more your own tastes and opinions shift and the more you start to see things you could have written differently in the detail, or done differently on the broader scale of plot and character." ~ Joe Abercrombie
"The man is a monster. The worst I have ever seen, in fact, since I last looked in the mirror. The truth? I am rotting too. I am buried alive, and already rotting. If I was not such a coward I would kill myself, but I am, and so I must content myself with killing others in the hope that one day, if I can only wade deep enough in blood, I will come out clean." ~ Joe Abercrombie
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You just can't let anything or anyone get in the way of who you are."
Author: A. J. McLean

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