Quotes from different books.

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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.
1:
Readers  don’t work for writers. They work for themselves.
(How to  get  filthy rich  in rising asia, Mohsin Hamid)

2:
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)

3:
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)

4:
He had something to lose which he was afraid  of  losing, which he was not sure even of possessing.
(The Rainbow, D.H.Lawrence)

5:
God  spoke to you with  so many voices, but you would not hear.
(A portrait  of  the  artist as a young man, James Joyce)

6:
She always declares she will never marry,which, of course, means just nothing at  all.
(Emma, Jane Austen)

7:
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)

8:
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)

9:
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)

10:
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)

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