“...a writer's most powerful weapon, his true strength, was his intuition...if the critics combined to discredit an author's nose for things, he would be reduced to a fearful creature who took a mistakenly guarded, absurdly cautious approach to his work..." - Felix J. Palma, The Map of Time.
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There's always that one old guy who smokes a cigar a day, drinks half a bottle of whiskey by noon, eats nothing but bacon, red meat, and lard, and lives to be 98. Which means you'll probably run across someone who sends in a raw manuscript that's so effing brilliant he or she gets signed and makes a million dollars. And someone will read about that person and decide "well, that's the way to do it then."
And will then die of a heart attack because he's been doing nothing but smoking cigars, drinking whiskey, and eating bacon, red meat, and lard.
Christopher Wright (CHAOS LORD)
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