Joyce Rachelle

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Author. Poet. Follower of Jesus.

Average rating: 4.0 · 4 ratings · 1 review · 3 distinct works
The Language of Angels

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All the Lines

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Sewing Figs

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“Now, the ladies being together under these circumstances, it was extremely natural that the discourse should turn upon the propensity of mankind to tyrannize over the weaker sex, and the duty that developed upon the weaker sex to resist that tyranny and assert their rights and dignity. It was natural for four reasons: firstly, because Mrs Quilp being a young woman and notoriously under the dominion of her husband ought to be excited to rebel; secondly, because Mrs Quilp’s parent was known to be laudably shrewish in her disposition and inclined to resist male authority; thirdly, because each visitor wished to show for herself how superior she was in this respect to the generality of her sex; and fourthly, because the company being accustomed to scandalise each other in pairs, were deprived of their usual subject of conversation now that they were all assembled in close friendship, and had consequently no better employment than to attack the common enemy.”
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More of Joyce's books…
“Some scars don't hurt. Some scars are numb. Some scars rid you of the capacity to feel anything ever again.”
Joyce Rachelle

“Silence isn't always agreement. Sometimes people no longer argue because they no longer care.”
Joyce Rachelle

“I thought about how there are two types of secrets: the kind you want to keep in, and the kind you don't dare to let out.”
Ally Carter, Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover

“A good friend keeps your secrets for you. A best friend helps you keep your own secrets.”
Lauren Oliver , Before I Fall

“If you want to keep a secret, you must also hide it from yourself.”
George Orwell, 1984

“With a secret like that, at some point the secret itself becomes irrelevant. The fact that you kept it does not.”
Sara Gruen, Water for Elephants

“Never hide things from hardcore thinkers. They get more aggravated, more provoked by confusion than the most painful truths.”
Criss Jami




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