Fiction Novel Quotes

Quotes tagged as "fiction-novel" (showing 1-30 of 332)
E.L. James
“Yes, I'm rich. Get use to it. -- Christian Grey”
E.L. James, Fifty Shades of Grey

Tina Reber
“You’re my best friend,
You’re my love,
You’re my life.
I can’t wait to
make you
my wife!
Love, Ryan”
Tina Reber, Love Unrehearsed

Ravinder Singh
“if you want it really, you get it !!!”
Ravinder Singh

E.L. James
“I'd never beat you black and blue. I aim for pink." -- Christian Grey”
E.L. James

Elise Stokes
“When I write I feel like I can breathe. It’s like yoga for the brain.”
Elise Stokes, Cassidy Jones and the Secret Formula

Kerstin Gier
“....but talking to a ghost about a demon when you’re in a room full of people who can’t see either of them is not to be recommended.”
Kerstin Gier, Saphirblau

Steve Hamilton
“I didn't know that once you've proven yourself useful to the wrong people, you'll never be free again.”
Steve Hamilton, The Lock Artist

“We share a bond. We do everything together. We have a piece of strong, invisible thread connecting us. It’s indestructible – it can never be broken. The thread is the key item that links us together. We understand each other.”
Erica Sehyun Song

“Mary approaches her before she is able to reach her station. "Hello Lily. Get anything special for Christmas?"
"Just the usual." She answers. "Shattered dreams.”
Carroll Bryant, Last Flight Out

“Listen." Jennifer reverted, "I didn't mean anything by all of that before. I understand what you were trying to do and ..." She struggled for the right words. "Sweetie, like love, people don't live inside of life, life lives inside of you. Open yourself up to it and there's no stopping your heart.”
Carroll Bryant, Children of the Flower Power

Kate Mosse
“One cannot always marry the person one loves...”
Kate Mosse, Sepulchre

Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz
“The one thing is fiction in a novel and the other thing is reality. With fiction you don't make a fuss - you can 'beat it' and there's never enough. At least in my opinion - cause there are people, who complain about style intensity in literature: they prefer cereals with milk than abyssinian bitches roasted alive on bringhausers and watered with ya-yoo juice.”
Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz

Pamela Allegretto
“She dreamed of Venice. However, it wasn’t a city alive with stars dripping like liquid gold into canals, or Bougainvillea spilling from flowerpots like overfilled glasses of wine. In this dream, Venice was without color. Where pastel palazzi once lined emerald lagoons, now, gray, shadowy mounds of rubble paralleled murky canals. Lovers could no longer share a kiss under the Bridge of Sighs; it had been the target of an obsessive Allied bomb in search of German troops. The only sign of life was in Piazza San Marco, where the infamous pigeons continued to feed. However, these pigeons fed not on seeds handed out by children, but on corpses rotting under the elongated shadow of the Campanile.”
Pamela Allegretto, Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

Andrea Kayne Kaufman
“Gloria watched the swollen white orb of a hot-air balloon rising over Navy Pier and knew she had to break it off with Oliver, for he was the type who would never enjoy hot-air balloons, Van Morrison songs, or mess, whether from orgasm or otherwise. But who was she to be dreaming about mess today?”
Andrea Kayne Kaufman, Oxford Messed Up

Laura Elizabeth
“I am who I am and always shall be.”
Laura Elizabeth, Farmer

Patricia Cornwell
“He was pushing fifty, with a face life had chewed on, and long wisps of graying hair parted low on one side and combed over his balding pate.”
Patricia Cornwell, Postmortem

Ken Scott
“Without a doubt the two best words in the English language are The End”
Ken Scott

“Lily looks back down at the necklace in her hand that Kavita had given her. "It must have cost a fortune."
"It did." He confirms. "Though not nearly as much as you're worth."
Lily looks up at him. "Don't say that. You hurt me everytime you speak.”
Carroll Bryant, Last Flight Out

Jim Yackel
“Well, one day all the world’s wizards and witches will kneel before Jesus and call Him ‘Lord.”
Jim Yackel, Dead-Ringer

“I don't know who he was," Kavita flat-out states, "but whoever he was he sure did a number on you, didn't he?"
Mary leans forward to ensure he would see her deviant stare. "Did it ever occur to you that maybe I did a number on him?"
Kavita leans in closer as well, and with that same deviant expression, "Yes. I have.”
Carroll Bryant, Last Flight Out

“I felt strong for once. I felt like I could do anything. Be anything.”
Laura-Louise Slattery, Flame-Girl

Viken Berberian
“All hen are created equal but some have more feather than others.”
Viken Berberian

“Revenge is the sweetest of all human experiences, its sweetness stays forver. Page 41. THE SCALPEL – GAME BENEATH (www.hsrissam.com
H.S. Rissam, The scalpel: game beneath

Jee
“Aku mencintainya tanpa diketahui.
Aku mencintainya dalam diam.
Aku mencintainya dalam satu sudut pandang.
Aku mencintainya di satu sisi.
Ya, aku percaya.
Jika takdirku adalah dirimu,
kau akan memilihku. Nanti.”
Jee, Because It's You

Jim Yackel
“No matter how hard it is, or how hard it gets, don't ever, ever, ever lose hope!”
Jim Yackel, The Wayfarers | Walking Dreams

“HATE is the shortest of human emotions, it is stronger than love, more compelling than lust. Page 30. THE SCALPEL – GAME BENEATH (www.hsrissam.com
H.S. Rissam, The scalpel: game beneath

“The white lily stands for purity. Artists for centuries have pictured the angel Gabriel coming to the virgin Mary with a spray of lillies in his hand, to announce that she is to be the mother of the Turks.”
Carroll Bryant, Last Flight Out

Christine M. Knight
“Be who you were meant to be and not what you've allowed yourself to become," Kate said to Mavis as she wavered over following her dream.
from 'Lifesong”
Christine M. Knight

Jee
“Bagaimana bisa kau tidak menyukai hujan?
Padahal hujan selalu mendekatkan kita.
Oh, aku lupa.
Kau mungkin tidak menganggapku sepenting itu.
Aku bukan pemeran utama dalam lakon hidupmu.
Aku hanya figuran yang hanya sesekali dibutuhkan.”
Jee, Because It's You

“You know," Kavita begins, "I think I can pick out my own furniture. I am an artist after all. I do have some taste."
"No you don't." Nick plainly states. "No man has taste. Besides, I didn't pick it out, she did. Wives are good for things like that.”
Carroll Bryant, Last Flight Out

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