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Kristine Kathryn Rusch Quotes: "Perhaps true faith is a form of insanity."

Perhaps true faith is a form of insanity.




Kristine Kathryn Rusch Quotes: "The only way to build a fan base is to have a lot of material out there for readers to find. You can't manufacture a fan base. You create it, one story at a time."

The only way to build a fan base is to have a lot of material out there for readers to find. You can't manufacture a fan base. You create it, one story at a time.




Kristine Kathryn Rusch Quotes: "The worst situations in the world always start with the words, 'trust me.'"

The worst situations in the world always start with the words, 'trust me.'



Kristine Kathryn Rusch Quotes: "I am one of the heretics who believes that art must be enjoyed first and analyzed later."

I am one of the heretics who believes that art must be enjoyed first and analyzed later.




Kristine Kathryn Rusch Quotes: "Our subconscious works in metaphors, stories, and word play. That's why a particular story or movie may mean more to some people than to others. Have you considered why you quest for this tale now?"

Our subconscious works in metaphors, stories, and word play. That's why a particular story or movie may mean more to some people than to others. Have you considered why you quest for this tale now?



Kristine Kathryn Rusch Quotes: "Write. Publish. Repeat."

Write. Publish. Repeat.



Kristine Kathryn Rusch Quotes: "[Discipline i]t’s the ability to overcome the urge to grab the bright and shiny and interesting to finish what you’ve started."

[Discipline i]t’s the ability to overcome the urge to grab the bright and shiny and interesting to finish what you’ve started.