I'm always looking, and I'm always asking questions.
Evil is always possible. Goodness is a difficulty.
I loved words. I love to sing them and speak them and even now, I must admit, I have fallen into the joy of writing them.
To write something, you have to risk making a fool of yourself.
To really ask is to open the door to the whirlwind. The answer may annihilate the question and the questioner.
First-person narrators is the way I know how to write a book with the greatest power and chance of artistic success.
Obviously, a writer can't know everything about what she writes. It's impossible.
When you make his sandwiches, put a sexy or loving note in his lunch box.
Invest in a feather duster - the possibilities are endless.
I feel like an outsider, and I always will feel like one. I've always felt that I wasn't a member of any particular group.
I know nothing of God or the Devil. I have never seen a vision nor learned a secret that would damn or save my soul.
The vampires have always been metaphors for me. They've always been vehicles through which I can express things I have felt very, very deeply.
The whole theme of Interview with the Vampire was Louis's quest for meaning in a godless world. He searched to find the oldest existing immortal simply to ask, What is the meaning of what we are?
Obsession led me to write. It's been that way with every book I've ever written. I become completely consumed by a theme, by characters, by a desire to meet a challenge.
I'm going to keep on dealing with the supernatural in a lot of ways.
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