Quotes About Cozy

Quotes tagged as "cozy" (showing 1-30 of 48)
She craved a tall glass of the fresh-squeezed lemonade from the pitcher she’d left chilling
“She craved a tall glass of the fresh-squeezed lemonade from the pitcher she’d left chilling in the fridge. Two glasses served with a generous slice of pound cake with orange glaze icing sounded twice as nice.”
Ed Lynskey, Fur the Win

Betty MacDonald
“There’s nothing as cozy as a piece of candy and a book.”
Betty MacDonald, Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle's Magic

Quote taken from Chapter 1 of The Corpse Wore Gingham: You love to figure out
“Quote taken from Chapter 1 of The Corpse Wore Gingham:

"You love to figure out things as much as I do,” Piper said.

“Like what?” Bill asked.

“You fix broken stuff,” Piper replied.

“Repairing a broken toaster or steam iron is far different than unraveling a murder mystery," Bill said.”
Ed Lynskey, The Corpse Wore Gingham

Charlaine Harris
“I have lived one step away from losing my mind for years. I am quick and accurate in spotting unstable streaks in others.”
Charlaine Harris, Shakespeare's Landlord

Quote is taken from Chapter 1: A decade ago when Isabel’s husband Max had died,
“Quote is taken from Chapter 1:

A decade ago when Isabel’s husband Max had died, they’d moved in together and merged their possessions. Neither sister brought any fussy teapots, canaries, sachets, or doilies, but lots of other stuff had to either stay or go. Looking at the lime green gave Alma the willies. Her suggestion to slipcover it in a more subdued color had garnered Isabel’s frosty stare, and Alma had dropped the matter.”
Ed Lynskey, Quiet Anchorage

Lyn Key
“Nozy Cat lifted one sleepy eyelid, and his marble blue eye glared at her for interrupting his sacred nap. He wore a yellow collar with little red stars printed on it. His second eyelid also opened, and he gave them his irritated blue-eyed glare.”
Lyn Key, Nozy Cat 1

Sanober  Khan
“i want to
stay curled and cosied
and chocolated....forever
in my mother’s arms.”
Sanober Khan, Turquoise Silence

Mike Bove
“The good characters in my book are loosely based on folks I know. All the bad stuff is made up.”
Mike Bove, Willowtree A Bruce DelReno Mystery

So you say. I just hope you don’t catch some exotic dinosaur ailment because Eustis
“So you say. I just hope you don’t catch some exotic dinosaur ailment because Eustis probably doesn’t stock the right pills to treat it.”
Ed Lynskey, Sweet Betsy

Ed Lynskey
“Quote taken from Chapter 1:

"The police should be in it, not us. We’re out of here.” Bill did an about-face to retrace their route to the door.

Piper whipped out a hand and snagged him by the shirttail. Her tone returned to crisp and decisive. “Slow down, Roadrunner. I’m not ready to leave. We’ve got work to do.”

Incredulous, he stared gape-mouthed at her. “You better explain,” he said.

She wiggled her nose. “I’m growing nosier by the second about the circumstances surrounding Anna’s murder.”
Ed Lynskey, The Corpse Wore Gingham

Quote taken from Chapter 1: I know what. Isabel reached under the end table, took
“Quote taken from Chapter 1:

I know what." Isabel reached under the end table, took out the game board, and rattled the Band-Aid box containing the letter tiles. "It's been a week-and-a-half since our last Scrabble game.”
Ed Lynskey, Quiet Anchorage

Sanober  Khan
“A single poem
is worth a hundred
cozy winter nights
kind words
and healed wounds.”
Sanober Khan

You’re a nosy sleuth like me because you can’t help it,” Alma said.
“You’re a nosy sleuth like me because you can’t help it,” Alma said.”
Ed Lynskey, Sweet Betsy

Alma didn’t want Isabel to start singing the praises of their pet, a rescue beagle,
“Alma didn’t want Isabel to start singing the praises of their pet, a rescue beagle, or she wouldn’t shush until sundown.

“I’ve found the missing lady,” Alma said. “Say welcome home, Betsy Sweet.”
Ed Lynskey, Sweet Betsy

Isabel frowned. “Alma Trumbo, you did not just dig up a human bone from our
“Isabel frowned. “Alma Trumbo, you did not just dig up a human bone from our flowerbed. It’s got to be a dinosaur bone, dinky or not.”

“A dinosaur bone, eh?” The short, stout Alma gave her tall, slim sister the old up and down. “What then, are we the Flintstones living in Bedrock?”
Ed Lynskey, Sweet Betsy

Quote taken from Chapter 1: The June afternoon had clear, blue skies—ideal weather for birdwatching.
“Quote taken from Chapter 1:

The June afternoon had clear, blue skies—ideal weather for birdwatching.”
Ed Lynskey, Fur the Win

Quote taken from Chapter 1: A grave matter has just arisen.” Etta hadn’t intended to
“Quote taken from Chapter 1:

A grave matter has just arisen.” Etta hadn’t intended to make the pun. She went on. “It’s a problem right up your alley.”
Ed Lynskey, Fur the Win

Quote taken from Chapter 1 Bill hung up, grumbling to nobody in particular. Emily was
“Quote taken from Chapter 1

Bill hung up, grumbling to nobody in particular. Emily was about the only caller using the landline phone, and he regretted not getting rid of it. The Robinses were probably the lone holdouts on their city block to still have one.”
Ed Lynskey, The Corpse Wore Gingham

Maya Corrigan
“She’d have to treat the interview more like risotto than instant rice, adding ingredients gradually while stirring gently.”
Maya Corrigan, By Cook or by Crook

Quote is taken from Chapter 1: Since Etta could log in her rare Baltimore oriole
“Quote is taken from Chapter 1:

Since Etta could log in her rare Baltimore oriole sighting, she decided she’d had enough birding for one day. It was just a fun hobby, not an obsession.”
Ed Lynskey, Fur the Win

Within the same hour as the murder took place, Isabel Trumbo sat in her armchair
“Within the same hour as the murder took place, Isabel Trumbo sat in her armchair dozing, the Alaskan Outdoor magazine on her lap. Her kid sister Alma fidgeted in the other armchair, from time to time picking up her newspaper folded over to the day’s crossword puzzle.”
Ed Lynskey, Quiet Anchorage

Laura Ingalls Wilder
“All day the storm lasted. The windows were white and the wind never stopped howling and screaming. It was pleasant in the warm house. Laura and Mary did their lessons, then Pa played the fiddle while Ma rocked and knitted, and bean soup simmered on the stove.
All night the storm lasted, and all the next day. Fire-light danced out of the stove's draught, and Pa told stories and played the fiddle.”
Laura Ingalls Wilder, On the Banks of Plum Creek

The busy snoops like us can leave no stone unturned, Alma said.
“The busy snoops like us can leave no stone unturned," Alma said.”
Ed Lynskey, Sweet Betsy

Megan stepping back let her glance switch from Alma to Isabel and return to Alma.
“Megan stepping back let her glance switch from Alma to Isabel and return to Alma. No doubt about it, thought Megan. Created as much alike as any sisters ever had been, their resemblance started with their matching red-and-white polka dot blouses. Since she was a young girl, she had matched their eye colors to their different personalities.”
Ed Lynskey, Quiet Anchorage

“Having her favorite breakfast always made her feel cozy, like a warm blanket was being wrapped around her.”
Jessica Haight and Stephanie Robinson

Julian May
“Its front porch had a beautiful view of the water and invisible screening to keep the jellybugs and stinkmoths at bay. I wove mats for the floors and painted sincere, klutzy seascapes for the walls. Piece by piece I assembled chef-quality cooking equipment, learned how to use it, and achieved a state of domestic competence that would have astounded my long-suffering ex-wife, Joanna.”
Julian May, Orion Arm

Peg Cochran
“You keep stumbling over bodies like this and I'm gonna start wondering, you know? (Lucille's local police detective)”
Peg Cochran, Hit and Nun

Ritika Chhabra
“Rain is sexy. I like rain. But the car will be cozy. I like cozy things more. And I like the things that make me cozy.”
Ritika Chhabra, A Dark Love
tags: car, cozy, rain

G.M. Malliet
“Oh please tell me we're not doing the Poirot thing again — the suspects in the library with the candlestick or whatever'.

Max looked at him [DCI Cotton]. 'Fruitcake in this case. And what would you prefer? A car chase? It’s the most efficient way to flush out a killer, as Dame Agatha Christie well knew.”
G.M. Malliet, A Demon Summer

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