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Quotes from authors

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"All that is gold does not glitter, not all those who wander are lost; the old that is strong. Does not wither, deep roots are not reached by the frost." —​ J.R.R. Tolkien

When you're feeling down or going through a rough time, these literary quotes from famous authors will help bring you back to your feet.

Corinne M
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Oh So True .... A man sees what he wants to see & disregards the rest. But if in fact this is missing then can we see beauty in the rest?

This is a guest post from Lady Vowell Smith. Lady is a writer, editor, and former English teacher who blogs about books—mostly classic ones—at The Snail

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32 Brilliant Inspirational Quotes Make it be. Fulfill not deplete. Those are the best places to be. Cheer yourself. Which should you choose? Do it. Change the way you do it. Just try your best. Do it and fulfill your soul. The best. That’s their choice. Keep going! As hard as they were. Let them …

Sometimes just reading an inspirational quote will get you started on your journey to success. Read these brilliant inspirational quotes now!

Love quote idea - "I have for the first time found what I can truly love. I have found you." -Jane Eyre {Courtesy of Your Tango}

These famous authors have PERFECTLY nailed what love is. Learn a thing or two by reading some of their most popular love quotes.

A line in a collection of sentences, forming a paragraph. Some will be antagonists, some protagonists. Others, unworthy of a mention.. How will you like to be written?

A line in a collection of sentences, forming a paragraph. Some will be antagonists, some protagonists. Others, unworthy of a mention.. How will you like to be written?

Writer Granny's World by Nancy Julien Kopp: Beginnings That Pull You In

The quote from Jack London is just another way of telling writers to open with a bang to hook your reader. Once hooked, we need to reel our readers in a little at a time with surprises or big happenings along the way. We've all read stories, or books. that spend the entire first chapter describing a lovely day. Does it make you want to go on reading? Sometimes, I do want to keep reading to see if anything ever does happen? My mind is saying Get on with it. as I turn the pages. When an…