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Here you will find Weekly Quotes (every week on Sunday evening) or Special Quotes (for holidays or if I just find a quote I must share).

Weekly Quote for Week 25-2022 ~ Aristotle and Dante Dive into the Waters of the World by Benjamin Alire Sáenz

Weekly Quote for Week 25-2022 ~ Aristotle and Dante Dive into the Waters of the World by Benjamin Alire Sáenz

Aristotle and Dante Dive into the Waters of the World (Aristotle and Dante #2) by Benjamin Alire Sáenz, Young Adult, Romance, LGBT, “You’re every street I’ve ever walked. You’re the tree outside my window, you’re a sparrow as he flies. You’re the book that I am reading. You’re every poem I’ve ever loved.”

Weekly Quote for Week 20-2022 ~ The Witch Collector by Charissa Weaks

Weekly Quote for Week 20-2022 ~ The Witch Collector by Charissa Weaks

The Witch Collector (Witch Walker #1) by Charissa Weaks , Blue, Crown, Young Adult, Romance, Magic, Witches, Romance, “In another life, I would’ve tried to know her. I would’ve admired her and read her poems written by my own hand. I would’ve walked with her through fields of stardrops, danced with her in the stream.”

Weekly Quote for Week 17-2022 ~ All That’s Left in the World by Erik J. Brown

Weekly Quote for Week 17-2022 ~ All That’s Left in the World by Erik J. Brown

All That's Left in the World by Erik J. Brown , LGBT, ROmance, Young Adult, Yellow, Boys, Young Adult, Pandemic, Post-apocalypse, Dystopia, “But then I look at him; I hear his laugh, I see his smile, and the darkness melts away. Then I do have hope–even just for a little while–because I know that there is something in this world I can fight for. Something I will fight for if I have to.”

Weekly Quote for Week 15-2022 ~ The Last Bear by Hannah Gold

Weekly Quote for Week 15-2022 ~ The Last Bear by Hannah Gold

The Last Bear by Hannah Gold, Fantasy, Family, Nature, Friendship, Animals, Arctic, Cover Love, Polar Bear, Girl, Pink, Blue, GrayHer eyes travelled over the distant mountains, the wild seas to her left and the flat, snow-covered land stretching out ahead. And then she did a double take. There on the horizon, silhouetted against the sun, something moved. It was in the blink of an eye. So rapid she almost missed it. Something big and loping and most unexpected.
It couldn’t be…?
She blinked again. Whatever it was had gone.
But April could have sworn she’d just see a polar bear.

Weekly Quote for Week 13-2022 ~ A Mouse Called Miika by Matt Haig + Chris Mould

Weekly Quote for Week 13-2022 ~ A Mouse Called Miika by Matt Haig + Chris Mould

A Mouse Called Miika (Christmas #1.5) by Matt Haig , children's Books, Mouse, Magic, Fantasy“One moment,” said the Truth Pixie, pointing at her book. “I just have one sentence left. You can never leave a story with just one sentence left. it’s very bad luck. I once knew someone who stopped reading a story right near the end.”
“What happened?”
“She died. I mean, it was seventeen years later. But you can’t be too careful.”

Weekly Quote for Week-11 2022 ~ Heading Love’s Way by Rachel Stockbridge

Weekly Quote for Week-11 2022 ~ Heading Love’s Way by Rachel Stockbridge

Heading Love's Way (Next Stop Love, #0.5) by Rachel Stockbridge , Snow, Novella, Kissing, Cute, Adorable, Friendship, RomanceShe made herself look away and spotted a little bookstore on the corner across the street. “Ooh, we should stop in there when they open,” she said, pointing.
“Though – I probably shouldn’t, actually. I already have more books with me than I can read.”
He shrugged. “So? I’m not sure it counts as vacation unless you come home with more books than you brought with you.”
“Enabler.”

Weekly Quote for Week-8 2022 ~ Casual Conversations about Love and Murder by Chelsea Mueller

Weekly Quote for Week-8 2022 ~ Casual Conversations about Love and Murder by Chelsea Mueller

Casual Conversations About Love and Murder, Chelsea Mueller, Water, Murder, Mystery, Young Adult, Grief, Mourning, Loss, Friendship, Romance, Red letters“Yeah, well, before you get too excited, you can’t put up a murder board in the study room in the library.”
I nodded sagely. “Of course not.”
Maisey visibly relaxed.
“That room is far too small for a murder board,” I added simple to see the sharp flash of panic in her eyes.
She smacked my arm.
It was worth it.