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#1. When the devil comes knocking on your door simply say Jesus, it's for you. - Author: Robin Jones Gunn
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Robin Jones Gunn
#2. In the mini-series area, we are going to have a regular year-round, weekly presence on Encore of classic mini-series and a new mini-series that we are bringing. For the time being, I think the home of mini-series will be on Encore. - Author: Chris Albrecht
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Chris Albrecht
#3. The only thing that's changed is the competitiveness of the series. It's only become harder to win in our series as the years have gone by. Competition breeds good things, and that's what's happened here. - Author: Al Unser
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Al Unser
#4. There is one final point, the point that separates a true multivolume work from a short story, a novel, or a series. The ending of the final volume should leave the reader with the feeling that he has gone through the defining circumstances of Main Character's life. The leading character in a series can wander off into another book and a new adventure better even than this one. Main Character cannot, at the end of your multivolume work. (Or at least, it should seem so.) His life may continue, and in most cases it will. He may or may not live happily ever after. But the problems he will face in the future will not be as important to him or to us, nor the summers as golden. - Author: Gene Wolfe
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Gene Wolfe
#5. Dr. Turing of Cambridge says that the soul is an illusion and that all that defines us as human beings can be reduced to a series of mechanical operations. - Author: Neal Stephenson
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Neal Stephenson
#6. I feel it's better for me to be alone, and know why I'm alone, than to be with someone, and wonder why I'm alone."
Jeff Madison... character in the WWW series Book Four, What Went Wrong? - Author: Kgcummings
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Kgcummings
#7. Alessandro…we should go down-" "Oh I agree." He smiled, mischievous brown eyes lifting to hers. "Downstairs," she corrected. "I like my meaning better," and with that he went down on his knees. "No!" Bree hissed even as her body was screaming YES! "Stop arguing with me, darling. - Author: E. Jamie
Glenbrooke Series quotes by E. Jamie
#8. I guess it's hard, being apart all the time."
"It really is. If Lucas were still here, everything would be different."
Vic's smile turned smug. "Yeah, I'd have a roommate who could beat me at chess instead of the other way around."
Ranulf never looked up from the chessboard. "I hear your insults and plan to silence them with my victory."
"Keep dreaming," Vic called. - Author: Claudia Gray
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Claudia Gray
#9. The characters in Person of Interest are unique in incredible way. - Author: Deyth Banger
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Deyth Banger
#10. My life is not so much a life, as a series of awkwardnesses. - Author: Scott Talbot Evans
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Scott Talbot Evans
#11. I was trying so hard to find the single pivotal moment that set my life on its path. The moment that answered the question, 'How did I get here?'

But it's never just one moment. It's a series of them. And your life can branch out from each one in a thousand different ways. Maybe there's a version of your life for all the choices you make and all the choices you don't. - Author: Nicola Yoon
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Nicola Yoon
#12. Why is it that if you say you don't enjoy using an e-reader, or that you aren't going to get one till the technology is mature, you get reported as "loathing" it?
The little Time article itself is fairly accurate about what I've said about e-reading, but the title of the series, "Famous Writers Who Loathe E-Books," reflects or caters to a silly idea: that not being interested in using a particular technology is the same as hating and despising it. - Author: Ursula K. Le Guin
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Ursula K. Le Guin
#13. The truth is the passion of a small and aberrant minority of men, most of them pathological. They are hated for telling it while they live, and after they die they are swiftly forgotten. What remains to the world, in the field of wisdom, is a series of long-tested and solidly-agreeable lies. - Author: H.L. Mencken
Glenbrooke Series quotes by H.L. Mencken
#14. Many people want to live in an alternate world. As a writer, it's my job to put them there. - Author: Devlin De La Chapa On Writing The HUSH Series
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Devlin De La Chapa On Writing The HUSH Series
#15. Who are we, if not a combination of experiences, information, books we have read, things imagined? Each life is an encyclopaedia, a library, an inventory of objects, a series of styles, and everything can be constantly reshuffled and reordered in every conceivable way. - Author: Italo Calvino
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Italo Calvino
#16. We want to fight."
"And I want J.K. Rowling to keep writing in the Potterverse, but I know that's never going to happen," I said blithely. - Author: Laura Kreitzer
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Laura Kreitzer
#17. When he was in college, a famous poet made a useful distinction for him. He had drunk enough in the poet's company to be compelled to describe to him a poem he was thinking of. It would be a monologue of sorts, the self-contemplation of a student on a summer afternoon who is reading Euphues. The poem itself would be a subtle series of euphuisms, translating the heat, the day, the student's concerns, into symmetrical posies; translating even his contempt and boredom with that famously foolish book into a euphuism.

The poet nodded his big head in a sympathetic, rhythmic way as this was explained to him, then told him that there are two kinds of poems. There is the kind you write; there is the kind you talk about in bars. Both kinds have value and both are poems; but it's fatal to confuse them.

In the Seventh Saint, many years later, it had struck him that the difference between himself and Shakespeare wasn't talent - not especially - but nerve. The capacity not to be frightened by his largest and most potent conceptions, to simply (simply!) sit down and execute them. The dreadful lassitude he felt when something really large and multifarious came suddenly clear to him, something Lear-sized yet sonnet-precise. If only they didn't rush on him whole, all at once, massive and perfect, leaving him frightened and nerveless at the prospect of articulating them word by scene by page. He would try to believe they were of the kind told in bars, not the kind to be - Author: John Crowley
Glenbrooke Series quotes by John Crowley
#18. The enhancements made them predators any way you looked at it. Hunters. They were good at their jobs. They looked like soldiers. Doctors. Officers. But they were much more than that and anyone in close confines with them felt the difference sooner rather than later. - Author: Christine Feehan
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Christine Feehan
#19. There are certain lesson you pick up gradually as you go, letting them accumulate after a series of similar mistakes or experiences until you finally realize you've been a fool al along. And then there are lessons that are so massive they smack you in the face - you don't reflect on a period of your life and realize, 'Oh, I learned something then'; you know it's happening when it's happening. The importance of kindness - which extends far beyond 'please,' 'thank you,' and 'your hair doesn't look bad today' - is a combination of both: Over and over in my life, I've been bowled over by how kind people can be, and how that kindness can change your outlook. - Author: Alyssa Mastromonaco
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Alyssa Mastromonaco
#20. The only wand you'll ever need is a better-feeling thought. - Author: C.G. Rousing
Glenbrooke Series quotes by C.G. Rousing
#21. The demon's eyes flicked to mine, his smile widening. "This is Nicholas Gregory Sparagmos's room," he said, and my breath caught. "Delightful, just delightful! What are you doing in Nicky's room, Rachel? Ooooh, he summoned you to the West Coast, didn't he? Did you kill him? Good for you for taking care of that little problem! I should give you a bunny. Where is he? Stuffed in a closet?" ~ Algaliarept, Black Magic Sanction, Kim Harrison - Author: Kim Harrison
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Kim Harrison
#22. Howdy, ma'am. You always talk to yourself?
Velia glanced up into bright eyes, as blue as the flame on a cigarette lighter, belonging to a man standing in front of her desk wearing a cowboy hat tipped back on his head. - Author: Mary J. McCoy-Dressel
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Mary J. McCoy-Dressel
#23. I don't think it's that controversial. I'm really in favor of legalizing marijuana. I thought people would be more offended by [this series] than they are. I'm surprised they weren't. - Author: Mary-Louise Parker
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Mary-Louise Parker
#24. I had no expectation of the level of adulation that would come my way. I just wanted to make a living with a regular role in a television series. - Author: Harrison Ford
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Harrison Ford
#25. I like to photograph miniature constructed scenes - I'll buy a very sad cake decoration like a plastic computer for a dreary office birthday party and construct a wildly colorful scene to put on its screen, or do a series of dollhouse chairs frozen in ice cubes. - Author: Matthea Harvey
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Matthea Harvey
#26. Fellow senators balked at punishing Senator Alfonse D'Amato of New York though he was caught in a series of transactions that earned him the label "Senator Sleaze." D'Amato explained their reluctance as he defended his own behavior. "There but for the grace of God go most of my colleagues," he said. - Author: William Greider
Glenbrooke Series quotes by William Greider
#27. I'm continuing to write and love 'Hellblazer.' Also, I'm writing a 'Flashpoint' mini-series ' with art by George Perez - which features Shade the Changing Man and Enchantress. - Author: Peter Milligan
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Peter Milligan
#28. The Greatest Living Yankee is Whitey Ford, who came out of Aviation High School, which was then in Manhattan, and helped pitch the Yankees to victory in the 1950 World Series when he was 21. - Author: George Vecsey
Glenbrooke Series quotes by George Vecsey
#29. I have traveled the world, crossed time and space through the pages of books. - Author: Charlene Johnson
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Charlene Johnson
#30. Every man sees in his relatives, and especially in his cousins, a series of grotesque caricatures of himself. - Author: H.L. Mencken
Glenbrooke Series quotes by H.L. Mencken
#31. I've learned through a series of trials and errors that the median space is actually what's missing in our daily walk. - Author: Carlos Wallace
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Carlos Wallace
#32. [Georg Cantor was the first to prove that there could be a series of infinities; that infinities come in an infinite number of sizes.] Thus Cantor's Absolute is a perfect image for what we experience of God. When I speak of a Big Enough God I am not merely thinking of an Infinite God, but the God of infinities, the Absolute, which either chooses to reveal itself or remains veiled in mystery. Modern mathematics does begin to feel like the language that God talks. - Author: Sara Maitland
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Sara Maitland
#33. There are ideal series of events which run parallel with the real ones. They rarely coincide. - Author: Novalis
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Novalis
#34. Every life-altering change stems from a series of small, seemingly meaningless amendments. - Author: Kandi Steiner
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Kandi Steiner
#35. The assumption that Washington could and would resolve Lehman Brothers without a bankruptcy, as it had Bear Stearns, was the single biggest mistake in the series of mistakes in 2007 and 2008 that led to the financial panic and the ensuing epidemic of job losses. - Author: David Malpass
Glenbrooke Series quotes by David Malpass
#36. Turning one's novel into a movie script is rather like making a series of sketches for a painting that has long ago been finished and framed. - Author: Vladimir Nabokov
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Vladimir Nabokov
#37. Even more than the depression, it was my anxiety and agitation that became the defining symptoms of my illness. Like epileptic seizures, a series of frenzied anxiety attacks would descend upon me without warning. My body was possessed by a chaotic, demonic force which led to my shaking, pacing and violently hitting myself across the chest or in the head. This self-flagellation seemed to provide a physical outlet for my invisible torment, as if I were letting steam out of a pressure cooker. - Author: Douglas Bloch
Glenbrooke Series quotes by Douglas Bloch
#38. But then she couldn't hear anyone coming," Luke said.
"God damn it," Gabriel said. He shifted his legs, moving me in the process until my body was tucked neatly into his chest, his hands against my back.
"Fuck all this. Let's just take her."
"Gabriel," I whispered. A chop landed on my head again.
"Shush," Gabriel said.
"Men are talking."

Stone, C. L. (2013-08-26). Friends vs. Family: The Ghost Bird Series: #3 (p. 58). Arcato Publishing. Kindle Edition. - Author: C.L. Stone
Glenbrooke Series quotes by C.L. Stone

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