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Terry Pratchett
“All witches who'd lived in her cottage were bookish types. They thought you could see life through books but you couldn't, the reason being that the words got in the way.”
Terry Pratchett, Carpe Jugulum

Dalian Artanian
“simplicity can often become failure. If you're not careful”
Dalian Artanian

Dalian Artanian
“If we don't dream. Then we will never know what we can become.”
Dalian Artanian, Fawcetta

Roxanne Bland
“Reality is highly overrated.”
Roxanne Bland, The Underground

Kat Falls
“The king who stepped into the ballroom wearing a green velvet robe and bejeweled crown was none other that the tiger-man who'd prowled through my nightmares and nearly every waking moment for the past two days. Chorda.”
Kat Falls, Inhuman

Laxmi Hariharan
“There is no getting away from the past or from one’s destiny.”
Laxmi Hariharan, The Destiny of Shaitan

Billie Milholland
“It doesn't have to make sense, it just has to sound like it does.
― Elmore Leonard, Freaky Deaky
I started out of course with Hemingway when I learned how to write. Until I realized Hemingway doesn't have a sense of humor. He never has anything funny in his stories.
― Elmore Leonard
We all die. The goal isn't to live forever, the goal is to create something that will. Chuck Palahniuk”
Billie Milholland

“From: The Crown of Telus
She opened her eyes, saw the crown sitting on her bedside table, and wished that it was all a dream. The crown of Trist was nothing special. It had no gemstones, no gold or silver filigree; instead it was simple, a metal circlet with four points and some inlay around a scratched and dented band.
“It’s a working man’s crown,” she remembered her father holding the symbol of power out to her when she younger. “See the inlay? Three moons, one for each of our gods, over an oak which represents the mighty forests of the north, a shock of wheat for the Plainsmen to the south, a ship for the Gheltes to the west, and a hashap flower for the spice in the east. Nothing more. We don’t need anymore.”
Tears welled in her eyes. A working man’s crown. Nothing fancy or bejeweled, a symbol of the power that guides the land and cares for its people.
This was going to be the first day she wore it as queen.”
William Laws

“From Bralloc’s mounted position he could see over the heads of most of his men, but the thickening darkness of evening coupled with the storm made it impossible to see more than a few yards. He jerked at the reins and swung his horse around, pushing into the crowd. The large grey charger was nearly as mean-spirited as her owner; she snorted and bucked her head, then nipped, stomped and shoved her way through, giving every indication that she was enjoying herself.

His men drew to either side, and the crawling excitement in Bralloc’s belly became an angry swarm of insects.
The scout – the ballsy woman whose name he could never remember - stood several paces away. Bralloc paid her no heed, however, and the mixture of nervousness, relief and fear on her face didn’t even register in his mind: his eyes were locked on the captive at her side. His lips twitched into a smile and he licked them, like a ghoul eyeing a fresh corpse. He forced himself to move slowly, deliberately – sucking each individual drop of marrow from the bones of his anticipation..."

-From 'Feral”
TB Schmid

Michelle Frost
“Idrith didn’t want to go back to his cold lonely room, with all its unanswered questions. He took the glass and sat down.”
Michelle Frost, First Light

Michelle Frost
“The tall monk who came striding down the shadowed monastery corridor was surprisingly young, barely thirty. As he swept past the novices, his dark robe flapping wildly around his legs, they bobbed their heads in fearful deference.”
Michelle Frost, First Light

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