Hannalore Jones

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Born and raised in Florida, I was a New Yorker for 20 years. Now I'm back home with my husband and son.

I make a living writing about celebrities, but I'd rather devise my own character arcs — and HEAs.

Not a romantic, but a lover of romance.

Always looking for someone new to ship.

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Published on June 28, 2019 17:50
A Woman Like Her
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4.59 avg rating — 17 ratings

A Woman Like Her
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Lauren Groff
“Women in narratives were always defined by their relations.”
Lauren Groff, Fates and Furies

Toni Morrison
“Imagine something. Something that fits in the dark. Say the dark is the sky at night. Imagine something in it.”
“A star?”
“I can’t. I can’t see it.”
“Okay. Don’t try to see it. Try to be it. Would you like to know what it’s like to be one? Be a star?”
“A movie star?”
“No, a star star. In the sky. Keep your eyes closed, think about what it feels like to be one.” He moved over to her and kissed her shoulder. “Imagine yourself in that dark, all alone in the sky at night. Nobody is around you. You are by yourself, just shining there. You know how a star is supposed to twinkle? We say twinkle because that is how it looks, but when a star feels itself, it’s not a twinkle, it’s more like a throb. Star throbs. Over and over and over. Like this. Stars just throb and throb and throb and sometimes, when they can’t throb anymore, when they can’t hold it anymore, they fall out of the sky.”
Toni Morrison, Tar Baby

Flannery O'Connor
“She would've been a good woman," said The Misfit, "if it had been somebody there to shoot her every minute of her life.”
Flannery O'Connor, A Good Man Is Hard to Find and Other Stories

Elmore Leonard
“And she thought if you don't have the desire to fight or wait for something there's no reason for being on earth.”
Elmore Leonard, Last Stand at Saber River

Susan Orlean
“Sometimes I think I've figured out some order in the universe, but then I find myself in Florida”
Susan Orlean, The Orchid Thief

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