Every author has a unique appeal to every reader. And sometimes, a writer’s word can change a person’s life. So in this post, let’s have a look on words of different authors.
Readers don’t work for writers. They work for themselves.
(How to get filthy rich in rising asia, Mohsin Hamid)
You have a tendency not to give anybody elbow room in your mind for their ideas, no matter how silly you think they are.
(Go set a watchman, Harper Lee)
People go on marrying, because they can’t resist natural forces, although many if them may know perfectly well that they are possibly buying a month’s pleasure with a life’s discomfort.
(Jude the obscure, Thomas Hardy)
He had something to lose which he was afraid of losing, which he was not sure even of possessing.
(The Rainbow, D.H.Lawrence)
God spoke to you with so many voices, but you would not hear.
(A portrait of the artist as a young man, James Joyce)
She always declares she will never marry,which, of course, means just nothing at all.
(Emma, Jane Austen)
The holes in your life are permanent. You have to grow around them, like trees roots around concrete.
(The girl on the train, Paula Hawkins)
This is a society that likes to imbibe eleven months a year and then panic, repent, and fast in Ramadan, only to go back to drinking when the holy month is over.
(The basted of Istanbul, Elif Shafak)
Look at the toxic Waste that most people put into the fertile garden of their minds every single day: the worries and anxieties, the fretting about the past, the brooding over the future and those self-created fears that wreak havoc within your inner world.
( The monk who sold his ferrari, Robin S. Sharms)
A man heart is a wretched wretched thing.. it isn’t like a mother’s womb. It won’t bleed, it won’t stretch to make room for you.
(A thousand splendid suns, Khaled Hosseini)