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Page 62 quotes by Jennifer Lee Carrell
#1. An ancient mustiness padded the air, tinged with with an acrid scent-a trace of the war between paper and oxygen, played out in slow inexorable burn that would one day crumble this empire to dust. -page 62 #Quote by Jennifer Lee Carrell
Page 62 quotes by Laura Burks
#2. I fear...someone knowing all my secrets." --Jess Parkin, page 62, #Quote by Laura Burks
Page 62 quotes by Sharon Salzberg
#3. Over time, offering loving kindness to all beings everywhere, including ourselves, unites us to one another so that we know that we can not go forward forgetting those left behind. Page 62 #Quote by Sharon Salzberg
Page 62 quotes by Robyn Schneider
#4. Steinbeck wrote about the tide pools and how profoundly they illustrate the interconnectedness of all things, folded together in an ever-expanding universe that's bound by the elastic string of time. He said that one should look from the tide pool to the stars, and then back again in wonder. #Quote by Robyn Schneider
Page 62 quotes by Jason Johns
#5. Firstly, dig down to level ten; the coordinates of which will be something like "feet 10.00 eyes 11.62". Then dig to your left and right until you have coordinates at each end which can be divided by 16, e.g. 144 at one end and 160 at the other. All blocks between these two ends are a chunk. Repeat the same for the z axis and you will have marked out a complete chunk. Once you have calculated the first one, it is easy to work out the rest as you can just count 16 blocks. #Quote by Jason Johns
Page 62 quotes by Stephen King
#6. Description begins with visualization of what it is you want the reader to experience. It ends with you translating what you see in your mind into words on the page. #Quote by Stephen King
Page 62 quotes by David Mamet
#7. The Chicago literary tradition is born not out of its Universities, but out of the sports desk and the city desk of its newspapers. Hemingway revolutionized English prose. His inspiration was the telegraph, whose use, at Western Union, taught this: every word costs something,
This, of course, is the essence of poetry, which is the essence of great prose. Chicagoan literature came from the newspaper, whose purpose, in those days, was to Tell What Happened. Hemingway's epiphany was reported, earlier, by Keats as " 'Beauty is truth, truth beauty' --that is all ye know earth, and all ye need to know." I would add to Keats' summation only this: "Don't let the other fellow piss on your back and tell you it's raining."
I believe one might theoretically forgive one who cheats at business, but never one who cheats at cards; for business adversaries operate at arm's length, the cardplayer under the strict rules of the game, period.
That was my first political epiphany.
And now, I have written a political book.
What are the qualifications for a Political Writer?
They are, I believe, the same as those of an aspiring critic: an inability to write for the Sports Page. #Quote by David Mamet
Page 62 quotes by Neal Stephenson
#8. The belief in the magical power of language is not unusual, both in mystical
and academic literature. The Kabbalists -- Jewish mystics of Spain and
Palestine -- believed that super-normal insight and power could be derived from
properly combining the letters of the Divine Name. For example, Abu Aharon, an
early Kabbalist who emigrated from Baghdad to Italy, was said to perform
miracles through the power of the Sacred Names."
"What kind of power are we talking about here?"
"Most Kabbalists were theorists who were interested only in pure meditation.
But there were so-called 'practical Kabbalists' who tried to apply the power of
the Kabbalah in everyday life."
"In other words, sorcerers."
"Yes. These practical Kabbalists used a so-called 'archangelic alphabet,'
derived from first-century Greek and Aramaic theurgic alphabets, which resembled
cuneiform. The Kabbalists referred to this alphabet as 'eye writing,' because
the letters were composed of lines and small circles, which resembled eyes."
"Ones and zeroes."
"Some Kabbalists divided up the letters of the alphabet according to where they
were produced inside the mouth."
"Okay. So as we would think of it, they were drawing a connection between the
printed letter on the page and the neural connections that had to be invoked in
order to pronounce it."
"Yes. By analyzing the spelling of various words, they were able to draw wha #Quote by Neal Stephenson
Page 62 quotes by Rob Roberge
#9. Some of the biggest challenges were, page after page, standing naked in front of the reader. #Quote by Rob Roberge
Page 62 quotes by Nancy Horan
#10. It has always been on the written page that the world has come into focus for me. If I can piece all these bits of memory together with the diaries and letters and the scribbled thoughts that clutter my mind and bookshelves, then maybe I can explain what happened. Maybe the worlds I have inhabited for the past seven years will assume order and logic and wholeness on paper. Maybe I can tell my story in a way that is useful to someone else. #Quote by Nancy Horan
Page 62 quotes by Brandon Sanderson
#11. I began life as a thought, a concept, words on a page. That was another thing I stole. Myself. Another time, I was named for a rock. #Quote by Brandon Sanderson
Page 62 quotes by Ivan Vladislavic
#12. We're left with so little to go on. Only the present is full enough to seem complete, and even that is an optical illusion. The moment is bleeding off the page. We live on the precipice of our perceptions. At the edge of every living instant, the world shears away like a cliff of ice into the sea of what is forgotten. #Quote by Ivan Vladislavic
Page 62 quotes by Lani Lynn Vale
#13. When you make sure you're on the same page with someone, also make sure you are in the same book, and all parties know how to read. -Words of wisdom #Quote by Lani Lynn Vale
Page 62 quotes by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
#14. Aokpe will always be special because it was the reason Kambili and Jaja first came to Nsukka. #Quote by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Page 62 quotes by Vera Nazarian
#15. One of the strangest things is the act of creation.
You are faced with a blank slate - a page, a canvas, a block of stone or wood, a silent musical instrument.
You then look inside yourself. You pull and tug and squeeze and fish around for slippery raw shapeless things that swim like fish made of cloud vapor and fill you with living clamor. You latch onto something. And you bring it forth out of your head like Zeus giving birth to Athena.
And as it comes out, it takes shape and tangible form.
It drips on the canvas, and slides through your pen, it springs forth and resonates into the musical strings, and slips along the edge of the sculptor's tool onto the surface of the wood or marble.
You have given it cohesion. You have brought forth something ordered and beautiful out of nothing.
You have glimpsed the divine. #Quote by Vera Nazarian
Page 62 quotes by Hannah Abigail Clarke
#16. I used to underline passages in my English books, because certain lines crawled off the page, because those lines were magic and they meant something on a cosmic scale. #Quote by Hannah Abigail Clarke
Page 62 quotes by Chris Robinson
#17. Right now, I've never been more impressed by the new bands that we meet. I may be 10, 20 years older, but we're all on the same page about culture, music and life. #Quote by Chris Robinson
Page 62 quotes by Jimmy Page
#18. I don't deal in technique. I deal in emotions. #Quote by Jimmy Page
Page 62 quotes by Nick Harkaway
#19. E-readers are uninspired. They're slabs of plastic with fiddly controls and display a badly-formatted, typographically impoverished rendering of a paper book. That's not the electronic book I want. I want a gorgeous physical object, with paper pages, that can transform into any story I choose, perfectly presented on the page. #Quote by Nick Harkaway
Page 62 quotes by Ruth Ozeki
#20. She turned to the first page, feeling vaguely prurient, like an eavesdropper or a peeping tom. Novelists spend a lot of time poking their noses into other people's business. Ruth was not unfamiliar with this feeling. #Quote by Ruth Ozeki
Page 62 quotes by Charles J. Shields
#21. If literary terms were about artistic merit and not the rules of convenience, about achievement and not safety, the term 'realism' would be an honorary one, conferred only on work that actually builds unsentimental reality on the page, that matches the complexity of life with an equally rich arrangement in language. #Quote by Charles J. Shields
Page 62 quotes by Elizabeth Kostova
#22. People seem to believe that despair is the same as anguish, but it is not. It's true that despair is surrounded by anguish, but at its core, despair is a silent, blank page. #Quote by Elizabeth Kostova
Page 62 quotes by Ian McEwan
#23. The childhood of a spoiled prince could be framed within half a page, a moonlit dash through sleepy villages was one rhythmically emphatic sentence, falling in love could be achieved in a single word - a glance. The pages of a recently finished story seemed to vibrate in her hand with all the life they contained. #Quote by Ian McEwan
Page 62 quotes by Jimmy Page
#24. The gut-strung guitar, the classical guitar, that is a whole different world on its own. When you think what the guitar can do and what every individual player does with a guitar, everyone has their own identity coming through the guitar. #Quote by Jimmy Page
Page 62 quotes by Sophie Page
#25. If we can't work out how it's done, we'll Google it #Quote by Sophie Page
Page 62 quotes by Nicholas Sparks
#26. Writing the last page of the first draft is the most enjoyable moment in writing. It's one of the most enjoyable moments in life, period. #Quote by Nicholas Sparks
Page 62 quotes by John C. Parkin
#27. Every moment has infinite potential. Every new moment contains for you possibilities that you can't possibly imagine. Every day is a blank page that you could fill with the most beautiful drawings. #Quote by John C. Parkin
Page 62 quotes by Jodi Lynn Anderson
#28. Sometimes I think that maybe we are just stories. Like we may as well just be words on a page, because we're only what we've done and what we are going to do. #Quote by Jodi Lynn Anderson
Page 62 quotes by John Green
#29. You are my favorite person. I want to be buried next to you. we'll have a shared tombstone. It'll read, 'Holmesy and Daisy: They did everything together, except the nasty. #Quote by John Green
Page 62 quotes by John Green
#30. For the record, he who does fear death also dies only once, but whatever. #Quote by John Green
Page 62 quotes by Nikki Sanderson
#31. The most annoying thing I found was all the people pretending to be me on MySpace and Facebook. I'm not a member of either, but apparently there is an 'official' Nikki Sanderson MySpace page, complete with rants about how terrible identity fraud is, which is ironic. #Quote by Nikki Sanderson
Page 62 quotes by Michael Gurnow
#32. April is the cruelest month.' So begins T.S. Eliot's 1922 masterpiece, a 434-line poem titled 'The Waste Land.' Until my employment as a trail maintenance worker, this had simply been a line on a page, albeit a line fraught with metaphorical import and potential. Now I saw it for what it was - a big fat lie - because Eliot grew up in St. Louis and no one forgets what a Missouri summer is like. If the Nobel laureate had been truthful with himself, the opening verse would start out, 'June's a bitch. #Quote by Michael Gurnow
Page 62 quotes by George Orwell
#33. His small but childish handwriting straggled up and down the page, shedding first its capital letters and finally even its full stops: #Quote by George Orwell
Page 62 quotes by Said Sayrafiezadeh
#34. The benefit of writing a collection - as opposed to a novel - is that I'm able to have some version of the war in each story without having to comment on its all-encompassing nature. Turn the page and here are new characters and new situations, but the war remains ... Isn't that how life has been for us for over a decade? #Quote by Said Sayrafiezadeh
Page 62 quotes by Emma Forrest
#35. Write a page every single day, even if what you put on the page that day is no good - it's the only way to get better. #Quote by Emma Forrest
Page 62 quotes by Mark Twain
#36. The machine has several virtues ... One may lean back in his chair and work it. It piles an awful stack of words on one page. It don't muss things or scatter ink blots around. #Quote by Mark Twain
Page 62 quotes by J.R. Ward
#37. I ... What are you saying, Zsadist?" she stammered, even though she'd heard every word.
He glanced back down at the pencil in his hand and then turned to the table. Flipping the spiral notebook to a new page, he bent way over and labored on top of the paper for quite a while. Then he ripped the sheet free.
His hand was shaking as he held it out. "It's messy."
Bella took the paper. In a child's uneven block letters there were three words: I LOVE YOU
Her lips flattened tight as her eyes stung. The handwriting got wavy and then disappeared.

"Maybe you can't read it," he said in a small voice. "I can do it over."

She shook her head. "I can read it just fine. It's ... beautiful."
"I don't expect anything back. I mean ... I know that you don't ... feel that for me anymore. But I wanted you to know. It's important that you knew. #Quote by J.R. Ward
Page 62 quotes by Jase Robertson
#38. When Tommy asked me to speak to the students, I immediately told him no. I was finally comfortable talking to people individually about my faith, but I still didn't want anything to do with public speaking. But then I thought about the idea for three or four days and it was really nagging at me. I called Tommy back and told him to line it up.
When I arrived at the classroom a few days later, there were about fifty kids there. I stood in the front of the class and told them I was a hunter and fisherman, but I loved the Lord, and I told them why. I went through my entire testimony and shared the Gospel with them. I was so nervous talking to them that every time I tried to turn a page in my Bible, I ripped about three pages! My hand was shaking so badly that I couldn't stop ripping pages! I kept looking up to see if anyone had noticed how nervous I was. I couldn't wait for my talk to end.
But after I was finished talking, a young boy came up to me. He had tears in his eyes.
"Thanks, mister," he said. "I really needed to hear that."
I couldn't believe God had used a simple guy like me to have this kind of impact on a kid. #Quote by Jase Robertson
Page 62 quotes by Eli Pariser
#39. What was once an anonymous medium where anyone could be anyone - where, in the words of the famous New Yorker cartoon, nobody knows you're a dog - is now a tool for soliciting and analyzing our personal data. According to one Wall Street Journal study, the top fifty Internet sites, from CNN to Yahoo to MSN, install an average of 64 data-laden cookies and personal tracking beacons each. Search for a word like "depression" on, and the site installs up to 223 tracking cookies and beacons on your computer so that other Web sites can target you with antidepressants. Share an article about cooking on ABC News, and you may be chased around the Web by ads for Teflon-coated pots. Open - even for an instant - a page listing signs that your spouse may be cheating and prepare to be haunted with DNA paternity-test ads. The new Internet doesn't just know you're a dog; it knows your breed and wants to sell you a bowl of premium kibble. #Quote by Eli Pariser
Page 62 quotes by Michel Quoist
#40. If we knew how to listen to God, we should hear him speaking to us, for God does speak. He speaks in his Gospel; he speaks also through life - that new Gospel to which we ourselves add a page each day. #Quote by Michel Quoist
Page 62 quotes by Fay Weldon
#41. Poetry, I thought then, and still do, is a matter of space on the page interrupted by a few well-chosen words, to give them importance. Prose is a less grand affair which has to stretch to the edges of the page to be convincing. #Quote by Fay Weldon
Page 62 quotes by Bill Engvall
#42. I've never read a kayak manual, but I'm pretty sure page one says 'Use in water.' #Quote by Bill Engvall
Page 62 quotes by Dav Pilkey
#43. My goal with The Adventures of Captain Underpants was to invent a style which was almost identical to that of a picture book - in a novel format. So I wrote incredibly short chapters and tried to fill each page with more pictures than words. I wanted to create a book that kids who don't like to read would want to read. #Quote by Dav Pilkey
Page 62 quotes by Jane McGonigal
#44. When you strip away the genre differences and the technological complexities, all games share four defining traits: a goal, rules, a feedback system, and voluntary participation.' page 21 #Quote by Jane McGonigal
Page 62 quotes by Cecelia Ahern
#45. But I can understand now why people read, why they like to get lost in somebody else's life. Sometimes I'll read a sentence and it will make me sit up, jolt me, because it is something that I have recently felt but never said out loud. I want to reach into the page and tell the characters that I understand them, that they're not alone, that I'm not alone, that it's okay to feel like this. #Quote by Cecelia Ahern
Page 62 quotes by David Joseph Cribbin
#46. Being there doesn't mean I'm present. I exist only in words. I want to be transmuted fully to white page and ink. #Quote by David Joseph Cribbin
Page 62 quotes by Cassia Leo
#47. Turn the page to read a preview of Chase #2 - Disclosure #Quote by Cassia Leo
Page 62 quotes by Mitch McConnell
#48. America is about to turn the page on Barack Obama's four-year experiment in big government. #Quote by Mitch McConnell
Page 62 quotes by Pearl S. Buck
#49. To take each day as a separate page, to be read carefully, savoring all of the details, this is best for me, I think. #Quote by Pearl S. Buck

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