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Janet Johnson

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Average rating: 3.44 · 9 ratings · 2 reviews · 19 distinct works
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Richard Rhodes
“If you want to write, you can. Fear stops most people from writing, not lack of talent, whatever that is. Who am I? What right have I to speak? Who will listen to me if I do? You’re a human being, with a unique story to tell, and you have every right. If you speak with passion, many of us will listen. We need stories to live, all of us. We live by story. Yours enlarges the circle.”
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Rachel Joyce
“But no matter how awful life was, I would never want to give up. I would always want to keep living. Just waiting for that moment when it might get better. You need to remember that, Marge. You must never give up again.” She touched her belly. “We are not the things that happened to us. We can be what we like.”
Rachel Joyce, Miss Benson's Beetle

Amor Towles
“Which is just to say, be careful when choosing what you’re proud of—because the world has every intention of using it against you.”
Amor Towles, Rules of Civility

Agatha Christie
“It came to me suddenly that evil was, perhaps, necessarily always more impressive than good. It had to make a show! It had to startle and challenge! It was instability attacking stability. And in the end, I thought, stability will always win.”
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