Stalking Quotes

Quotes tagged as "stalking" (showing 1-30 of 68)
Joss Whedon
“There’s a fine line between support and stalking and let’s all stay on the right side of that.”
Joss Whedon

Molly Harper
“I think the very word stalking implies that you're not supposed to like it. Otherwise, it would be called 'fluffy harmless observation time'.”
Molly Harper

Shannon L. Alder
“Be leery of silence. It doesn't mean you won the argument. Often, people are just busy reloading their guns.”
Shannon L. Alder

Rachel Caine
“Don't play his game. Play yours.”
Rachel Caine, Fall of Night

“There was a time when our desire for each other would have landed us in an asylum or prison, had it not been sanctioned by mutual assent. True or false.”
Lawrence Krauser, Lemon

Hannah Harrington
“Sketchy black van? Weird stalking of my house? What are you going to do next, offer me some candy?”
Hannah Harrington, Saving June

Kristin Walker
“You know, if you're going to stalk someone, you should be less obvious. For starters, try not to standing in the middle of a field, gawking at your prey.”
Kristin Walker, A Match Made in High School

Laini Taylor
“It’s not stalking if you don't follow them home, right?”
Laini Taylor, Night of Cake & Puppets

Shannon L. Alder
“Often a woman that doesn’t have any business being in a fight is there because their ego thinks it can mend what other people can’t. It’s either superiority or a second chance to heal a wound they have, by meddling on your battlefield.”
Shannon L. Alder

Aleksandr Voinov
“Holy shit, you’re the most accomplished stalker I’ve ever met.”
“It’s not stalking if you like it.”
Aleksandr Voinov, Gold Digger

Tim Kreider
“Often you don’t know whether you’re the hero of a romantic comedy or the villain on a Lifetime special until the restraining order arrives.”
Tim Kreider, We Learn Nothing

Shannon L. Alder
“When someone is stalking you because they think you are stalking them, it makes you wonder who really is the true stalker?”
Shannon L. Alder

Madeleine Urban
“It's never too late for stalking”
Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux, Warrior's Cross

“There are vampires. They are real, they are of our time, and they are here, close by, stalking us as we sleep...”
Nicky Raven, Dracula

Rachel Caine
“What are you going to do? Are you going to live in the dark, locked in here? Afraid to look out, answer the door, leave? Yes, he's out there, and he's clearly not going to leave you alone until one of three things happens: he hurts you and gets arrested, or he makes a mistake and gets arrested, or you stop him.”
Rachel Caine, Fall of Night

“He who searches for evil, must first look at his own reflection.”

Joan Bauer
“I had taken the photograph from afar (distance being the basic glitch in our relationship), using my Nikon and zoom lens while hiding behind a fake marble pillar. I was hiding because if he knew I'd been secretly photographing him for all these months he would think I was immature, neurotic and obsessive.
I'm not.
I'm an artist.
Artists are always misunderstood.(Thwonk)”
Joan Bauer

Louise Burfitt-Dons
“In other words, if someone had a known history of being stalked or bullied, their so-called self-imposed death could provide a killer with the perfect cover for committing a crime.”
Louise Burfitt-Dons, The Missing Activist

Dana Spiotta
“Incidentally, if you have never stalked someone close to you, I highly recommend it. Check out how it tranforms them. How other they become, and how infinitely necessary and justified the stalking becomes when you realize how little you know about them, how mysterious every aspect of them seems with an at a distance but close examiniation.”
Dana Spiotta, Eat the Document

Krisi Keley
“And I, a vampire who had seduced countless mortals in his impossibly long existence, was forced to admit that it was she, this beautiful young human female, who had instead seduced me.”
Krisi Keley

Jaclyn Moriarty
“And everywhere I turned: Riley and Amelia.
I suppose this could have been because I was always following them around.”
Jaclyn Moriarty, The Ghosts of Ashbury High

Tamara Kučan
“Takva je granica između ljubavi i obožavanja. Još tanja je granica između obožavanja i ludila. Ono što razdvaja ludilo od obožavanja je stvarnost. Da li te voli onaj koga voliš? Da li zna da postojiš?”
Tamara Kučan, BIVIRGATA

Tamara Kučan
“Šta se prvo dogodi? Šta iz čega nastaje? Ludilo iz ljubavi? Ljubav iz ludila? Da li čovek poludi od ljubavi ili je pak dovoljno lud, kada sebi dozvoli da zavoli… Čoveka koji ga neće ni pogledati?”
Tamara Kučan, BIVIRGATA

Tamara Kučan
“Neko mašta da ne bi poludeo. Nekoga je mašta učinila ludim. Neko uspe da se vrati u stvarnost. Za nekoga je mašta put bez povratka.”
Tamara Kučan, BIVIRGATA

Michelle McNamara
“I am both nowhere and everywhere. You may not think you have something in common with your neighbor, but you do: me. I’m the barely spotted presence, the dark-haired, blond-haired, stocky, slight, seen from the back, glimpsed in half-light thread that will continue to connect you even as you fail to look out for each other.”
Michelle McNamara, I'll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman's Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer

Araminta Hall
“If I had been standing close enough I think I might have taken the heavy golden cross from the altar and smashed it against her head, in order to delve about in the red mess of her brains to try and understand what she meant by it all.”
Araminta Hall, Our Kind of Cruelty

Tressa Graves
“Huggies from my Juggies”
Tressa Graves

“We had, I felt, bared small pieces of our symmetrical souls to each other, fast, as if playing one of those breathless card games, and I had pretended to be as moved as I had been the first time I uncovered it all myself, back in East Hampton.”
Olivia Sudjic, Sympathy

Joyce Carol Oates
“Dorcas wasn't a fast walker. It was difficult for me to keep behind her. I tried to let others, joggers, and bicyclists, come between us. I followed her past a field where girls were playing soccer, and into the woods bordering Catamount Creek. The smell of pine needles underfoot was sharp, pungent. I seemed to know that I would always associate that smell with this afternoon, and with Dorcas.”
Joyce Carol Oates, Beasts

Aysha Taryam
“The Arab poet Silm Al Khaser wrote “He who watches people dies of worry” and his words have never been more potent than in today’s world where all people do is watch others and cater to them in return.”
Aysha Taryam

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