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Tamora Pierce
“I suppose he could have changed," Neal said dryly. "I myself have noticed my growing resemblance to a daffodil." The other pages snorted.

Kel eyed her friend. "You do look yellow around the edges," she told him, her face quite serious. "I hadn’t wanted to bring it up."

"We daffodils like to have things brought up," Neal said, slinging an arm around her shoulders. "It reminds us of spring.”
Tamora Pierce (Page) , Page

Douglas Pagels
“Each new day is a blank page in the diary of your life. The secret of success is in turning that diary into the best story you possibly can.”
Douglas Pagels

Paulo Coelho
“You have understood what all great painters understand: in order to forget the rules, you must know them and respect them.”
Paulo Coelho, The Witch of Portobello

Stephen King
“Art is the concrete artifact of faith and expectation, the realization of a world that would otherwise be little more than a veil of pointless consciousness stretched over a gulf of mystery.”
Stephen King, Duma Key
tags: 365, duma, key, page

Amanda Lovelace
“over the decades
her books became
such a part
of her

that
the ink
somehow escaped
her veins & bloomed
her favorite
words & images
onto her skin.

now
the world
would have
no doubt:

she
was the
pagebound
girl- page to skin”
Amanda Lovelace, The Princess Saves Herself in This One

Akshay Vasu
“Being with her always felt like gazing the stars and into the infinity, reading a book which never ends. She had no boundaries, all she knew was to shine, and live without any walls around her on every page.”
Akshay Vasu

Gabrielle Dubois
“Turn the page, your heroine is still there, breathe, relax, life is beautiful: you're in a book!”
Gabrielle Dubois

Jerry Spinelli
“Amanda took the torn page from Maniac. To her, it was the broken wing of a bird, a pet out in the rain.”
Jerry Spinelli, Maniac Magee

Alberto Manguel
“Every reader has found charms by which to secure possession of a page that, by magic, becomes as if never read before, fresh and immaculate.”
Alberto Manguel, The Library at Night

Jorge Luis Borges
“I have preferred to teach my students not English literature but my love for certain authors, or, even better, certain pages, or even better than that, certain lines. One falls in love with a line, then with a page, then with an author. Well, why not? It is a beautiful process.”
Jorge Luis Borges

Israelmore Ayivor
“A person who wrote badly did better than a person who does not write at all. A bad writing can be corrected. An empty page remains an empty page.”
Israelmore Ayivor, How You Can Write Your Dream Book

Emma   Mills
“In truth, we are rarely all on the same page. More often than not, they're all on one page, and I' on a completely different one.”
Emma Mills, Foolish Hearts

Enock Maregesi
“Usiangalie nyuma kujutia vitu ulivyovifanya, angalia nyuma kujifunza kutokana na makosa uliyofanya.”
Enock Maregesi

Richard L.  Ratliff
“Snow is both sides of the same page
It covers the grave and the tulip”
Richard L. Ratliff

Enock Maregesi
“Mwisho wa sura si mwisho wa kitabu. Fungua ukurasa mwingine.”
Enock Maregesi

Kamand Kojouri
“I am going to build a fortress of books.
Will you come inside and live with me?”
Kamand Kojouri

Jami Attenberg
“His words are so slippery they might slide right off the page.”
Jami Attenberg, Saint Mazie

Richard Flanagan
“After a time he found and opened a book he had been reading that he had expected to end well, a romance which he wanted to end well, with the hero and heroine finding love, with peace and joy and redemption and understanding.
Love is two bodies with one soul, he read, and turned the page.
But there was nothing - the final page had been ripped away and used as toilet paper or smoked, and there was no hope or joy or understanding. There was no last page. The book of his life just broke off. There was only the mud below him and the filthy sky above. There was to be no peace and no hope. And Dorrigo Evans understood that the love story would go on forever and ever, world without end.”
Richard Flanagan, The Narrow Road to the Deep North
tags: book, love, page

Casey  Carter
“There's nothing quite like turning the page.”
Casey Carter

Jazz Feylynn
“I am off to the pages racing my way through to the story's finish line - the end.”
Jazz Feylynn

Lavie Tidhar
“In the words he’s free, on the page he can be anything. A hero.”
Lavie Tidhar, The Violent Century

Virginia Alison
“Every word she wrote dripped with honey and on entering the depths of her desire oozing from the page... He had no doubt of her intentions...”
Virginia Alison

Ehsan Sehgal
“My page is, as the blossom flowers, where honey bees land and benefit; indeed not for Diptera and house flies.”
Ehsan Sehgal
tags: page

Nitya Prakash
“She wrote her goodbye on a page torn from Revelations. A bittersweet note I could swallow to mark the end of our world.”
Nitya Prakash

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“To sit down at the end of each day and read what we wrote across the page of this day is probably going to make us think real, real hard about what we should write tomorrow.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Nitya Prakash
“Some stories end abruptly on the page.”
Nitya Prakash

“A closed book makes a page; Open heart makes a thousand faces. (Un livre fermé fait une page; Coeur ouvert, mille visages)”
Charles de Leusse

Kimberly   Marie
“The space between good and evil grows in distance when splattered against a blank page.”
Kimberly Marie

t_r_a_v_e_l_l_e_r
“Blank pages are the only things left perfect in this world.”
t_r_a_v_e_l_l_e_r

Michael Vito Tosto
“I write to better acquaint myself with my own thoughts and feelings. I don’t know how other people process existence, but if I don’t get it down on the page, I’ll never really understand it.”
Michael Vito Tosto, Elsewhere and Otherwise: Essays

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