A story comes to you; it isn't like you choose it. You have no real control.
Odd, isn't it? You know when your birthday is, but not your death day, even though you pass the date year after year, never suspecting that some day.
I think it's dead bodies that really haunt me.
You look back on some little decision you made and realize all the things that happened because of it, and you think to yourself "if only I'd known," but, of course, you couldn't have known.
I wished that the chains would break and the wind would sweep me up, up, up into the sky, beyond the clouds, beyond the sun and the moon, to some marvelous kingdom where no one ever changed and friends were friends for life.
I still have this deep-down fear that if I go poking into the bushes I might find a dead body.
I was a coward. I'm still such a coward.
There are a lot of reasons to doubt things.
You have to be easily scared to know what it's like to be scared.
I've come to the conclusion that you can't write scary books unless you're easily scared yourself.
The water is DEEP AND DARK AND DANGEROUS
I think Stephen King must be the most terrified person in the universe.
The rules are very strict.
They always talk about teenagers thinking their lives will never end. I expected my life to end at any minute, every day.
I never thought that people my own age could die, let alone be murdered. Things like that didn't happen in 1955. The suburbs were a safe place, where nobody even locked their doors.
Editors always want to know what you're working on, what you're thinking about.
I don't feel like writing any more ghost stories.
here, there, and everywhere"-an opinionated riddle.
I was terrified of funerals.
I think more people now have relationships with agents than with editors. And I don't have an agent.
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