Thomas Olde Heuvelt Quotes

Who is Thomas Olde Heuvelt?

Thomas Olde Heuvelt is a Dutch writer known for the horror novel Hex.

Born April 16, 1983

Books by Thomas Olde Heuvelt


Best 6 Quotes by Thomas Olde Heuvelt

Hex Quotes

“Every last grain of idealism would be sacrificed on the altar of safety.”

Thomas Olde Heuvelt
Hex

“Humanity has proven time and time again that it has a tendency to cross boundaries it shouldn’t.”

Thomas Olde Heuvelt
Hex

“Magic exists in the minds of those who believe in it, not in its actual influence on reality.”

Thomas Olde Heuvelt
Hex

“People desperately resisted the idea of their own death by looking away for as long as they could and avoiding the subject.”

Thomas Olde Heuvelt
Hex

“People find hope, comfort, or confidence in making the sign of the cross or not walking under a ladder, just as you find hope and confidence in offering a pennant to the witch. Magic exists in the minds of those who believe in it, not in its actual influence on reality.”

Thomas Olde Heuvelt
Hex

“This is all it takes for people to plunge into insanity: one night alone with themselves and what they fear the most.”

Thomas Olde Heuvelt
Hex

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“Don’t wait for the muse. As I’ve said, he’s a hardheaded guy who’s not susceptible to a lot of creative fluttering. This isn’t the Ouija board or the spirit-world we’re talking about here, but just another job like laying pipe or driving long-haul trucks. Your job is to make sure the muse knows where you’re going to be every day from nine ’til noon. or seven ’til three. If he does know, I assure you that sooner or later he’ll start showing up.”

On Writing


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