Nina de Gramont

Nina de Gramont

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Average rating: 3.52 · 2,215 ratings · 442 reviews · 6 distinct works · Similar authors
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Every Little Thing in the W...
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Meet Me at the River
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April 2012, Nina de Gramont
" Quick Start SS: How would you describe your life in only 8 words? NG: Writer, Mom, Teacher. I love being outside! SS: What is your motto or maxim? NG: "Write a little every day without hope or despair" -- Isak Dinesen What Readers want to know... SS..." ...More

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“It's funny how your relationship with your own looks changes when you go weeks without seeing yourself. None of us really knows what we look like after all. In that nanosecond it takes for a mirror to give our faces back to us our mind has already done all sorts of perverse rearranging.”
Nina de Gramont, Every Little Thing in the World
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“Just because it won't last doesn't mean it isn't worth something.”
Nina de Gramont

“The way I feel about suicide is, I like knowing it's there. I like having it as an option. Because if I'm going to kill myself, then nothing really matters, so I might as well stick around for one more day. Just to see what happens. Out of curiosity. If I'm going to die anyway, then nothing is of particular consequence, so why not see what happens next? That way all I have to do is live until tomorrow. I know I can always handle one more day.”
Nina de Gramont, Meet Me at the River

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