Five Quotes Friday

This is where I share my favorite quotes from the books I am or have been reading. It’s been a while, since I shared one of these.

I love the Sookie Stackhouse books because they are fun to read but there isn’t a lot of quotes to share from those stories. I do have one I thought was worth sharing.

They say when one door shuts another one opens. But they haven’t been living at my house. Most of the doors I open seem to have something scary crouched behind them, anyway.

Dead as a Doornail by Charlaine Harris

I can’t remember if I shared this previously, or not, but I still love the message.

Just because you can’t imagine something doesn’t mean you can’t do it.

An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green

This is somewhat related…

“You can do 3 things” her father had said, “you can decide to do a thing, you can decide NOT to do a thing, or you can decide not to decide.”

Wizard and Glass by Stephen King (currently listening to audiobook)

The following quote came from page one of the book, Fate of the Fallen by Kel Kade. I just started reading it today and I’m pumped to find a lovely quote so early on. That makes me really excited to explore the book further.

We cannot ignore the truth just because we don’t like it. It’s important to understand how the would became the way it is so that we can learn and grow. Survival is never guaranteed. In fact, it’s quite the opposite.

Fate of the Fallen by Kel Kade (currently reading)

And quote number 5…

In a way, I felt most alive when I cried without restraint. Crying reminded me that to live is to experience the joyful highs of love and the despairing lows of loss. There seemed something simple, something sacred about this journey through grief.

Fear the Wolf by Andrew Butcher

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