Frank Yerby Quotes
Most popular Frank Yerby Quotes
To dreamers, Truth is an unlovely thing.
There's no pain equal to that of being forced to think.
Greatness has nothing to do with goodness—or very little.
An American Negro isn't a man — he's a walking defense mechanism.
Life commences not with birth, but with the onslaught of awareness.
Maturity is reached the day we don't need to be lied to about anything.
Life puts no greater burdens upon a man than the necessity of making decisions.
It is my contention that a really great novel is made with a knife and not a pen.
Writing a novel is like building a wall brick by brick: only amateurs believe in inspiration.
For I suspect that maturity's reached the day we don't need to be lied to about anything, when we can accept, or at least endure, truth's atrociously appalling ugliness!