Ten Quote Tuesday (#43)

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Welcome to another installment of Ten Quote Tuesday! If your creative juices have trouble flowing today, then read these quotes to nudge awake the sleeping muse.

If there is a particular quote you enjoyed, let us all know with your comments below.

Check out last week’s episode here.

 

Quotes

“The only pictures worth making are the ones that are playing with fire.” -Billy Wilder

“A short story is a love affair; a novel is a marriage. A short story is a photograph; a novel is a film.” -Lorrie Moore

“You never know what you will learn ’til you start writing. Then you discover truths you never knew existed.” -Anita Brookner

“Words are timeless. You should utter them or write them with a knowledge of their timelessness.” -Kahlil Gibran

“One should be able to return to the first sentence of a novel and find the resonances of the entire work.” -Gloria Naylor

“I type in one place, but I write all over the house.” -Toni Morrison

“If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story. ” -Orson Welles

“Somehow, as a writer, you tend to use words to paper over structural cracks.” -Stephen Fry

“Human life is fiction’s only theme.” -Eudora Welty

“While many things are too strange to be believed, nothing is too strange to have happened.” -Thomas Hardy

 

 

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8 thoughts on “Ten Quote Tuesday (#43)”

  1. “You never know what you will learn ’til you start writing. Then you discover truths you never knew existed.” -Anita Brookner

    This has been so true for me, writing a novel based on family history. I thought I knew the story before I started writing, but I hadn’t bargained on the fact I would be plunged into such sadness until the tears came.

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