Thomas Perry Quotes

Top 19 wise famous quotes and sayings by Thomas Perry

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Thomas Perry quotes: I do like to explore evil characters in my books. I do like to explore evil characters in my books.
Thomas Perry quotes: I don't consciously do anything to maintain a unique voice. I don't consciously do anything to maintain a unique voice.
Thomas Perry quotes: I do hope to bring Jane Whitefield back before too long. I do hope to bring Jane Whitefield back before too long.
Thomas Perry quotes: I love you' is what people say when they have run out of words and can't say anything else. It is like reaching out a hand in desperation. I love you' is what people say when they have run out of words and can't say anything else. It is like reaching out a hand in desperation.
Thomas Perry quotes: I do try not to spend much time reading in the suspense genre. I do try not to spend much time reading in the suspense genre.
Thomas Perry quotes: Being comfortable isn't the way to learn to expand your abilities. Being comfortable isn't the way to learn to expand your abilities.
Thomas Perry quotes: Tod Goldberg has long been one of the most interesting writers around, and Gangsterland is his biggest and best book so far. Tod Goldberg has long been one of the most interesting writers around, and Gangsterland is his biggest and best book so far.
Thomas Perry quotes: All writers are mimics, and I'm not interested in picking up somebody else's style or voice. All writers are mimics, and I'm not interested in picking up somebody else's style or voice.
Thomas Perry quotes: I don't have dry seasons, because I don't allow them. I don't have dry seasons, because I don't allow them.
Thomas Perry quotes: Yes, in my books I do edit myself to keep from becoming the Village Explainer. Yes, in my books I do edit myself to keep from becoming the Village Explainer.
Thomas Perry quotes: I had been writing fiction since I was in eighth grade, because I loved it. I had been writing fiction since I was in eighth grade, because I loved it.