Some Bookish Quotes

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I believe I only this kind of post in the first few days, I started blogging. Sometimes, when I’m reading on my kindle, a sentence or two and I highlight it and forget about it. Now, I went on Goodreads and saw all my highlighted pieces, so I told myself, why not share them with you.

Sweet Surrender

“Let choice whisper in your ear, and love murmur in your heart. Be ready, here comes life.”

“Passion is more than making love, it’s about making love that lasts, it’s sharing it all.”

Little Loves (The Church Dogs of Charleston #2)

“You don’t always have to be strong. Sometimes it’s okay to let others take care of you, too.”

Neanderthal Seeks Human (Knitting in the City, #1)

“I couldn’t do anything about the hand I’d been dealt. I could only make the most of it, hope for the best, and accept my fate.”

Zoey And The Nice Guy (Big Girl Panties, #1)

“I feel like my whole life just changed. But we’re still in the same day as we were before.”

The Unveiling (Age of Faith, #1)

“a heart that no longer beat could not be heard.”

Angel Heart: Christmas Novella (Arthurian Nights Book 4)

” Shriveled my hope like a dead leaf and blown it away to nothingness.”

The Remaking of Corbin Wale

” A fresh snowfall is a clean slate, perfect for trading truths.”

A Perfect Christmas Gift (Kringle, Texas #1)

” You’ve got to let people be who they are, no matter how inconvenient it might be for you.”

Five Minutes Late

“Living your life in fear is no way to live.”

Winter Wishes (Polwenna Bay, #3)

“His voice you’re listening to and not just the whispering of your own fears. Sometimes what God wants for us is the steep and rocky road rather than the smooth downhill one.”

What do you think of the bookish quotes/lines that caught my eye? Leave your thoughts in the comments!

Alex

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