[Guest Post] Living in a World of Book Quotes

First of all, sorry for the late post! I’ve been struggling with internet connection for the past week and I only got the chance to post this today.

For Week Six of the Summer Blogger Promo Tour, Jaclyn is sharing some of her favorite quotes!

From Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between by Jennifer E. Smith:

Maybe the world isn’t full of signs so much as it’s full of people trying to use whatever evidence they can find to convince themselves of what they hope to be true.

Is the kind of smile she loves best: It’s like a sneeze, a reflex, a twitch, helpless and automatic, and it only happens when he looks at her.

From Diamonds are Forever by Michelle Madow:

She’d been let down enough times to know not to believe in fairy tales.

Everyone has to start somewhere. If you let people bring you down now, you’ll never know how high you could climb. And you owe it to yourself to try.

From Faking Normal by Courtney C. Stevens:

Every song deserves lyrics. Deserves a story to tell.

From The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider:

And I realized that there’s a big difference between deciding to leave and knowing where to go.

The way I figured it, keeping quiet was safe. Words could betray you if you choose the wrong ones, or mean less if you used too many.

History is filled with fictional people.

It was about being able to dance like Cassidy did, as though no one was watching, as though the moment was infinite enough without needing to document its existence.

Jaclyn (Living in a World of Book Quotes)

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