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Jenny  Lawson
“Like my grandmother always said, “Your opinions are valid and important. Unless it’s some stupid bullshit you’re being shitty about, in which case you can just go fuck yourself.”
Jenny Lawson, Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things

Paula Hawkins
“I have never understood how people can blithely disregard the damage they do by following their hearts.”
Paula Hawkins, The Girl on the Train

Jennifer L. Armentrout
“Cogí un marcapáginas de la mesa de centro y lo metí en el libro. Doblar las páginas es un sacrilegio para cualquier amante de la lectura”
Jennifer L. Armentrout, Onyx

Jennifer Niven
“No more winter at all. Finch, you brought me spring.”
Jennifer Niven, All the Bright Places

Darynda Jones
“Reyes. Alexander. Farrow," I said.

Seconds after I spoke his name, Reyes walked into his bedroom, and I looked across the open space directly from my room into his.

He waited for me to continue.

"I feel like there's something missing from my bedroom."

A dimple appeared at the corner of his mouth. "You don't say."

"Any idea what that might be?"

He glanced around my room as well, then shrugged. "I can't imagine."

"Oh, wait," I said, stepping from my room into his, "wasn't there something here? Like, I don't know, a wall or something?"

He looked up. "You could be right. I do seem to remember a barrier of some kind here."

"Yep," I said, stepping closer, "I definitely remember a partition separating our apartments." When his only response was a mischievous tilt of his full mouth, I asked, "Where did you put my wall?"

He crossed his arms over his chest and leaned against his doorframe. "What makes you think I took it?"

"It was there this morning."

"And that means I took it? Maybe you just misplaced it. Where exactly did you see it last?"

I pressed my lips together. "You tore down my wall."

The smile he wore could've charmed the panties off a nun. Completely unrepentant, he admitted, "I tore down your wall.”
Darynda Jones, Sixth Grave on the Edge
tags: wall

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