February 19, 2011

Saturday's Sayings...

"Saturday's Sayings..." is a new meme we're starting here on Good Choice Reading. 

Have you ever found yourself reading a book and just laughed out loud at something that was said, or kept thinking about a quote that was in the book? Saturday's Sayings is so we can share these funny moments or favorite quotes in a book with everyone.

I know there's been a couple of times where I was reading a book and I thought to myself "wow, I really like that quote."

If you would like to participate in Saturday's Sayings, this is how it works... 

- When you come across a quote or a funny moment while reading your book, copy the quote down and share with us on your Saturday's Sayings post. Make sure to add the name of the book and the author.

- Not reading anything at the moment, that is fine. You can add a quote from any book you've read before.

Here are our Saturday's Sayings...

"All the things I've thought about love are true. It's beautiful and terrible and it doesnt make things perfect. It ends things, and it brings beginnings. This is mine." 

The Unwritten Rule by Elizabeth Scott
By Dee

"It's better to be a good listener than a good talker, because the good listener can remember what was said."

Teenie By Christopher Grant
By Wanda

"That's what stories do, they try to create meaning from nothing...That's what stories do. They connect the random dots of life into a picture. But it's all an illusion. Just try to connect the dots of life. You'll end up with a lunatic scribble."
Chime by Franny Billingley
by Maria

"I love you as certain dark things are loved, secretly, between 
the shadow and the soul."

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins 
By Lisa

1 comment:

  1. I love all the quotes. I especially love the last one,

    "I love you as certain dark things are loved, secretly, between the shadow and the soul."

    However that's not from the book "Anna and the French Kiss" itself - although it may have been featured in there; I haven't read the book yet, I'd love to!)...that quote is from a beautiful poem by Pablo Neruda! :)


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