Top Ten Tuesday – Inspiring Quotes From Books

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Inspiring Quotes From Books

I LOVE words. I love the power of them, the beauty of them and the emotion in them. However, while I love quotes, I don’t write them down anywhere to have a collection I can look back on. Perhaps this is something I should introduce? Do any of you have any organised way of writing down favourite quotes? Let me know, because I’d love to do that! Never-the-less, I gave today’s topic a good go!

What are some of your favourite inspirational quotes from books? And do you keep a notebook of them? Let me know in the comments!

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About Rachel

Avid reader & book blogger. Lover of Business. A fan of drinks & dancing. Ever optimistic. Feminist.

12 Responses

  1. I did this Top Ten too, and found some lovely quotes. I like your ‘falling in love’ quote. One of my favourites is “Tomorrow is always fresh, with no mistakes in it” from Anne of Green Gables.

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  2. I used to keep a Word file of all of my favorite quotes. Of course, that was three laptops ago and the file was forever long. Most of them came from quotes from my junior year of English class (we’d have a new one each week to discuss), which I have in an old journal; the rest were from books I’d read while in college. Needless to say, the file was PAGES AND PAGES and out of hand. Now, I have my absolute favorites on Facebook, and highlighted in the books I own.

    My TTT

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  3. Brandie

    I find myself highlighting favorite quotes and passages on my Kindle, in some books. But I never go back to reference them after I’ve written a review. I generally try to add them to my Goodreads quotes so I don’t forget them. I’m bad about keeping track of quotes.

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  4. I used to jot down quotes in a notebook, but I find that nowadays I just get so caught up in the words that I forget to grab a notebook and pen. It does make me sad that I missed out on writing down so many beautiful things, but then I’m reminded of TTT posts like this, and the awesome quote database on Goodreads! So then I feel like I don’t really need my quote notebook anyways =P

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