• The sun does not abandon the moon to darkness

    Brian A. McBride
  • Some of the best characters are the most flawed characters

    Brian A. McBride
  • Writers write because they're writers. Because their imaginations boil up inside of them, waiting to overflow into the written word. Ordinary people have little capacity for unyielding imagination, whereas the natural-born writer can do little but yield to the tug of imagination. Ordinary people may practice for years to 'perfect' the challenge of writing; but the one destined to create and destroy with the stroke of a pen, the strike of the key, their wells of imagination shall never run dry

    Brian A. McBride
  • From now until eternity meets its end, you will walk by faith and not by sight

    Brian A. McBride
  • War is an infidel; it holds no loyalties, neither to king nor countryman. She is a whore, selling herself to the highest bidder. Victory is bought in blood and steel

    Brian A. McBride
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