This suspense is terrible. I hope it will last.
The suspense is terrible. I hope it'll last.
Suspense is worse than disappointment.
You are the Hero of your own Story.
Be the hero of your own story.
Even cowards can endure hardship; only the brave can endure suspense.
We all live in suspense, from day to day, from hour to hour; in other words, we are the hero of our own story.
Show me a character whose life arouses my curiosity, and my flesh begins crawling with suspense.
The courage to imagine the otherwise is our greatest resource, adding color and suspense to all our life.
In suspense novels even subplots about relationships have to have conflict.
I like being scared every now and then, I like the suspense and the thrills. Nothing like taking a girlfriend to a movie and holding her hand while she jumps.
I think suspense is a big thing.
I like to compare the holiday season with the way a child listens to a favorite story. The pleasure is in the familiar way the story begins, the anticipation of familiar turns it takes, the familiar moments of suspense, and the familiar climax and ending.
Luck is everything... My good luck in life was to be a really frightened person. I'm fortunate to be a coward, to have a low threshold of fear, because a hero couldn't make a good suspense film.
The audience wants to be attracted not by the critics, but by a great story. You must deliver to the audience emotion - and when I say emotion, I mean suspense, drama, love.
For success, the author must make the reader care about the destiny of the principals, and sustain this anxiety, or suspense, for about 100,000 words.
Suspense is very important. Even though this is humor and they're short stories, that theory of building suspense is still there.
I did know that the book would end with a mind-boggling trial, but I didn't know exactly how it would turn out. I like a little suspense when I am writing, too.
Ideally, I like to integrate the human issues into the suspense story itself.
The suspense in a novel is not only in the reader, but in the novelist himself, who is intensely curious too about what will happen to the hero.