Category Archives: Literary Quotes

Word Nerd Wednesday – Out of the Blue

Welcome, word nerds! Word Nerd Wednesday is back after a two-week hiatus due to sheer busyness! This week’s phrase comes to you from my eldest daughter, who loves these posts (and proof reads them before I post them!) She heard … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday – Favourite Book Quotes

Happy Tuesday to you all! This week’s topic from That Artsy Reader Girl has result in several hours of getting lost in some of my favourite reads, because we’re discussing favourite book quotes. And if I wasn’t in the habit of … Continue reading

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Delightful Descriptions

Well, I haven’t had one of these posts for a while, but I finished reading Chris Fabry’s latest release, The Promise of Jesse Woods, yesterday, and found myself chuckling over some of the descriptions and the pithy observations made by … Continue reading

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Thoughts to Live By

Your thought for today comes from Captain Meda from Thomas Locke’s soon-to-be-released Merchant of Alyss: “There are few actions that bring greater satisfaction than knowing the right choice and taking it.” Free sample chapter from MERCHANT OF ALYSS by … Continue reading

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Reading Between the Lines

I don’t know about you, but I love it when authors manage to say things without actually saying them.  Subtlety in writing is an artform that fewer and fewer authors seem to grasp, but when I read this recently I … Continue reading

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Caveat Lector!

A word to the wise.  I should perhaps have this engraved on a plaque above my bed (and maybe a few other strategic places around the house)! “Finally, from so little sleeping and so much reading, his brain dried up … Continue reading

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