Book Quotes Blog

You don't have to let your

You don't have to let your doubt into the cockpit! You can tolerate doubt as a backseat driver, but if you put doubt in the pilot's seat, defeat is guaranteed.

- from Can't Hurt Me book by David Goggins

The thought of marriage repulses me

The thought of marriage repulses me. I'm almost thirty years old and I have no desire for a wife. I especially don't want children. The only thing I want out of life is success. Lots of it.

- from It Ends With Us book by Colleen Hoover

Sometimes, just saying that you hate

Sometimes, just saying that you hate something, and having someone agree with you, can make you feel better about a terrible situation.

- from The Bad Beginning book by Lemony Snicket

It is difficult to admit that

It is difficult to admit that one is wrong. Particularly when one has been wrong for a very long time.

- from A Man Called Ove book by Fredrik Backman

There is always a way out

There is always a way out of a situation. Might be ugly. Might leave you feeling like the earth has gone and shifted under your feet. But you are never trapped. You hear me? There is always a way around.

- from The Giver of Stars book by Jojo Moyes

Over the years, I'd gradually come

Over the years, I'd gradually come to believe that family is like your shadow on a sunny day, always there, just over your shoulder, following you in spirit no matter where you are or what you're doing. They're always with you.

- from The Return book by Nicholas Sparks

Keep the shortness of life at

Keep the shortness of life at the forefront of your focus. Don't put off your happiness until you have more time, or you get the promotion, or you have more money in the bank.

- from The 5 AM Club book by Robin Sharma

Life in New York, was like

Life in New York, was like being in a giant bookstore: all these trillions of paths and possibilities drawing dreamers into the city's beating heart, saying, I make no promises but I offer many doors.

- from Book Lovers book by Emily Henry

People like me belong in overpopulated

People like me belong in overpopulated cities. The state of my life is irrelevant in a place this size. There are far more people here with stories much more pitiful than mine. Here, I'm invisible. Unimportant. Manhattan is too crowded to give a shit about me, and I love her for it.

- from Verity book by Colleen Hoover

Life is a funny thing. We

Life is a funny thing. We only get so many years to live it, so we have to do everything we can to make sure those years are as full as they can be. We shouldn't waste time on things that might happen someday, or maybe even never.

- from It Ends With Us book by Colleen Hoover