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Catechesis Books quotes by Tantra Bensko
#1. Some books were little stairways, different levels of the self telling the same stories at progressively higher levels of the ladder. #Quote by Tantra Bensko
Catechesis Books quotes by Brian Kimberling
#2. She was not always honest, but she was never rude. "I've only been in his house once. He has a sofa and two bird books. That's all. I feel sorry for him." The last man Lola felt sorry for proposed to her. #Quote by Brian Kimberling
Catechesis Books quotes by Thomas Hardy
#3. What are my books but one plea against "man's inhumanity to man" --to woman-- and to the lower animals? #Quote by Thomas Hardy
Catechesis Books quotes by Frank McCourt
#4. There are bars of Pear's soap and a thick book called Pear's Encyclopedia, which keeps me up day and night because it tells you everything about everything and that's all I want to know. #Quote by Frank McCourt
Catechesis Books quotes by Sebastian Faulks
#5. I don't know how you can understand other people or yourself if you haven't read a lot of books. I just don't think you're equipped to deal with the demands and decisions of life, particularly in your dealings with other people. #Quote by Sebastian Faulks
Catechesis Books quotes by Mary Pope Osborne
#6. People try to save special things
but they did not always succeed.
Rare books from a library were
moved to a Pavilion building.
When the Pavilion building caught
fire, all the books burned. The
building that originally held them
did not burn at all. #Quote by Mary Pope Osborne
Catechesis Books quotes by Jay McLean
#7. Body: what the hell did she just say?
Brain: it's from those books ...
Body: I can't focus on the pleasure if she keeps thinking like that. You control her, make her stop. #Quote by Jay McLean
Catechesis Books quotes by Leonora Carrington
#8. Military people never seem to apologize for killing each other yet novelists feel ashamed for writing some nice inert paper book that is not certain to be read by anybody. #Quote by Leonora Carrington
Catechesis Books quotes by Meg Rosoff
#9. I loved horses and horse books as a child. #Quote by Meg Rosoff
Catechesis Books quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#10. Let's dispense with the nonsense, Victoria. This isn't a question of suitability, yours or his. You're perfectly capable of accustoming yourself to new circumstances.... and marrying a man of good fortune, though untitled, is not exactly a lordship." Vivien rolled her eyes and sighed. "It is so like you to analyze a situation until you've made it ten times more complicated than it really is! Just as Father used to do."
"Father was a wonderful man," Victoria said, stiffening.
"Yes... a wonderful, virtuous, lonely martyr. After Mama left him, Father retreated into his shell and hid from the world. And you stayed with him and tried to atone for everything that had happened by becoming exactly like him. You've been living in this same damned cottage, poring over the same bloody books. It's morbid, I tell you."
"You don't understand-" Victoria began hotly.
"Don't I?" Vivien interrupted. "I understand your fears better than you do. It's always been safer for you to hide here alone than take the chance of loving someone and have them leave you. *That's* what your real worry is. Mama abandoned you, and now you expect the same of anyone else you might love. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Catechesis Books quotes by G.K. Chesterton
#11. I left the fairy tales lying on the floor of the nursery, and I have not found any books so sensible since. #Quote by G.K. Chesterton
Catechesis Books quotes by Meg Rosoff
#12. I've spent most of my life trying to wear a persona that didn't quite fit and when I started writing books, it was like finally becoming the right person. #Quote by Meg Rosoff
Catechesis Books quotes by Rob Bignell, Editor
#13. There is always, always, always something to write about. #Quote by Rob Bignell, Editor
Catechesis Books quotes by MarcyKate Connolly
#14. In my books, there is always a prince, and he always happens upon the damsel in the most unexpected places. #Quote by MarcyKate Connolly
Catechesis Books quotes by Elizabeth Bear
#15. What was a book? Not just ink and fiber and stitchery: a series of processes. To a wizard, it was not a static object
but a human thought caught and bound, made concrete through sacred technology. Magic, then, and a deep form of it. #Quote by Elizabeth Bear
Catechesis Books quotes by Susanna Moore
#16. It is possible to say that all of my books concern themselves with the notion of what it means to be female - whether it is in New York City in 2000 or Calcutta in 1836. In that way, my books really are the same. #Quote by Susanna Moore
Catechesis Books quotes by G.K. Chesterton
#17. I never use paradox. The statements I make are wearisome and obvious common sense. I have even been driven to the tedium of reading through my own books, and have been unable to find any paradox. In fact, that thing is quite tragic, and some day I shall hope to write an epic called 'Paradox Lost'. #Quote by G.K. Chesterton
Catechesis Books quotes by Don DeLillo
#18. He walked among the bookstore shelves, hearing Muzak in the air. There were rows of handsome covers, prosperous and assured. He felt a fine excitement, hefting a new book, fitting hand over sleek spine, seeing lines of type jitter past his thumb as he let the pages fall. He was a young man, shrewd in his fervors, who knew there were books he wanted to read and others he absolutely had to own, the ones that gesture in special ways, that have a rareness or daring, a charge of heat that stains the air around them. #Quote by Don DeLillo
Catechesis Books quotes by Leon M. Lederman
#19. Theorists write all the popular books on science: Heinz Pagels, Frank Wilczek, Stephen Hawking, Richard Feynman, et al. And why not? They have all that spare time. #Quote by Leon M. Lederman
Catechesis Books quotes by Alastair Campbell
#20. I want to write more books, see my first novel made into a film, fight more campaigns, work in more countries. I want to be able to recall experiences that have endured for their pleasure and range and intensity. #Quote by Alastair Campbell
Catechesis Books quotes by Stephen King
#21. Superhero movies and comic books teach a lesson that runs directly counter to the culture-of-violence idea: guns are for bad guys too cowardly to fight like men. #Quote by Stephen King
Catechesis Books quotes by D. Thourson Palmer
#22. Choose well how to live the next moment. #Quote by D. Thourson Palmer
Catechesis Books quotes by Lauren Weisberger
#23. Of course I consider myself a Jewish writer - I am one! All of the protagonists in my five books have been Jewish, and I wouldn't be surprised if all my future main characters were as well. #Quote by Lauren Weisberger
Catechesis Books quotes by Ray Bradbury
#24. I want to hold onto this funny thing. God, it's gotten big on me. I don't know what it is. I'm so damned unhappy, I'm so mad, and I don't know why. I feel like I'm putting on weight. I feel fat. I feel like I'm saving a lot of things, and I don't know what. I might even start reading books. #Quote by Ray Bradbury
Catechesis Books quotes by Tony Judt
#25. My history writing was based on what I saw in strange, exotic places rather than just reading books. #Quote by Tony Judt
Catechesis Books quotes by Pascal Mercier
#26. As long as the case lay on the desk, the students would assume he was coming back. But that wasn't why he had left the books or why he now resisted the temptation to get them. If he left now, he also had to go away from those books. He felt that very clearly, even if at this moment, on the way out, he had no idea what it really meant: to go away. In #Quote by Pascal Mercier
Catechesis Books quotes by Jincy Willett
#27. Nothing was truly unbearable if you had something to read. #Quote by Jincy Willett
Catechesis Books quotes by Kelly Link
#28. It's night in the Free People's World Tree Library. All the librarians are asleep, ... between the pages of their enchanted novels. #Quote by Kelly Link
Catechesis Books quotes by Marianne Williamson
#29. The revolution of ideas that will save us is a revolution of goodwill, of compassion, and of higher thinking. I believe that they outnumber the people who would choose fear. But they are not a particularly politicized force. If you look at the numbers of people buying books about revolutions from within and personal transformation as the key to global change, the numbers add up to a much greater audience than most people realize. #Quote by Marianne Williamson
Catechesis Books quotes by Helen Fielding
#30. My books have all generated controversy. #Quote by Helen Fielding
Catechesis Books quotes by Lemony Snicket
#31. A good library will never be too neat, or too dusty, because somebody will always be in it, taking books off the shelves and staying up late reading them. #Quote by Lemony Snicket
Catechesis Books quotes by Sarra Cannon
#32. Write, write, write! Get your you-know-what in the chair and write more books: write the books of your heart and don't let stress steal your joy. #Quote by Sarra Cannon
Catechesis Books quotes by John Ruskin
#33. Nearly all our associations are determined by chance or necessity; and restricted within a narrow circle. We cannot know whom we would; and those whom we know, we cannot have at our side when we most need them. All the higher circles of human intelligence are, to those beneath, only momentarily and partially open ... there is a society continually open to us, of people who will talk to us as long as we like, whatever our rank or occupation; - talk to us in the best words they can choose, and of the things nearest their hearts. And this society, because it is so numerous and so gentle, and can be kept waiting around us all day long, - kings and statesmen lingering patiently, not to grant audience, but to gain it! - in those plainly furnished and narrow ante-rooms, our bookcase shelves, - we make no account of that company, - perhaps never listen to a word they would say, all day long! #Quote by John Ruskin
Catechesis Books quotes by Kiera Cass
#34. CAN YOU JUST PUT YOUR hand on the page and pretend I'm giving you a high five? Seriously. How else do I thank you for reading my books? #Quote by Kiera Cass

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