Famous Authors

Updated famous quotes and sayings from famous authors.

Yoko Shimomura Quotes

Yoko Shimomura

There isnt one thing in particular; rather, a lot of different things give me inspiration. I tend to come up with tunes when — Yoko Shimomura

W. Quotes

W.

A photo frame with many pictures is the best present ever for a long trip. I can almost feel all those moments.. — W.

Stefan Kiesbye Quotes

Stefan Kiesbye

Did Ida never look for him?" Dieter asks. "She didnt believe in spirits." "And what became of Henry?" "Oh. From time to time — Stefan Kiesbye

Stanley Ellin Quotes

Stanley Ellin

No one put a gun to your head and ordered you to become a writer. One writes out of his own choice and — Stanley Ellin

Shari J. Ryan Quotes

Shari J. Ryan

Two of a kind, both with separated minds ... — Shari J. Ryan

Robert Carson Quotes

Robert Carson

We have discovered with our new information systems that we can make all the appropriate checks and ensure public safety is not dented — Robert Carson

Richard Trevithick Quotes

Richard Trevithick

I have been branded with folly and madness for attempting what the world calls impossibilities, and even from the great engineer, the late — Richard Trevithick

Richard L. Gordon Quotes

Richard L. Gordon

Confronted with economic problems, politicians always blame the private sector first ... [even] blaming the problem on the solution. — Richard L. Gordon

Rafael Sabatini Quotes

Rafael Sabatini

If the windmill should prove too formidable," said he, from the threshold, "I may see what can be done with the wind. — Rafael Sabatini

Peter Salovey Quotes

Peter Salovey

We define emotional intelligence as the subset of social intelligence that involves the ability to monitor ones own and others feelings and emotions, — Peter Salovey

Panic! At The Disco Quotes

Panic! At The Disco

Hey moon, please forget to fall down — Panic! At The Disco

Norris Henderson Quotes

Norris Henderson

In a fair and just society you cant create laws based on how you feel at the worst moment in your life. — Norris Henderson

Nihad Sirees Quotes

Nihad Sirees

I believe that love and peace are the right way to confront tyranny. — Nihad Sirees

Neil Gershenfeld Quotes

Neil Gershenfeld

There is so much blandness and grayness out there, people want to be able to say "its mine." They want to customize their — Neil Gershenfeld

Murray Pura Quotes

Murray Pura

Many have never risked losing the normalcy of their daily existence to gain the astonishing experience of having to see God come through — Murray Pura

Miroslav Penkov Quotes

Miroslav Penkov

At seventy-one you cant expect to hear a story, any story, and take it as it is. At my age a story stirs — Miroslav Penkov

Michelle K. Pickett Quotes

Michelle K. Pickett

The visions scared me. And I was scared to tell anyone about them. I didnt want them to think I was a freak. — Michelle K. Pickett

Michele Bachmann Quotes

Michele Bachmann

Small business is the backbone of our economy. Im for big business, too. But small business is where the jobs are generated. — Michele Bachmann

Marilyn Strathern Quotes

Marilyn Strathern

In a world where concepts are so often deployed in an ad hoc fashion, half explored before being displaced by others, it is — Marilyn Strathern

Lynn Jones Quotes

Lynn Jones

The worst program in the world, if you believe in it 100%, is better than a great program that you dont believe in. — Lynn Jones

Linda Robinson Quotes

Linda Robinson

Life lessons cannot be applied topically. — Linda Robinson

Kevin Roose Quotes

Kevin Roose

If prayers emitted light, youd see ours (Liberty students) from space. — Kevin Roose

Kate Lebo Quotes

Kate Lebo

If you love peanut butter pie, you are either Dolly Parton or someone who loves her. — Kate Lebo

Jeev Milkha Singh Quotes

Jeev Milkha Singh

The best gift I could give my father would be to represent India in the Olympics. If I can do that in 2016, — Jeev Milkha Singh

James T. Ellison Quotes

James T. Ellison

The real death of America will come when everyone is alike. — James T. Ellison

James Langevin Quotes

James Langevin

To me, thats the role of government: not to give people a hand out, but a hand up ... giving people the tools — James Langevin

James H. Douglas, Jr. Quotes

James H. Douglas, Jr.

Our forbears worked hard this difficult land, and their reward was the freedom and independence of self-sufficiency. — James H. Douglas, Jr.

Ian Woosnam Quotes

Ian Woosnam

Its a torture chamber, if we had to play it every day I dont think Id be playing golf. — Ian Woosnam

Henry Selick Quotes

Henry Selick

People are very harsh critics of animated humans. — Henry Selick

Gregory Galloway Quotes

Gregory Galloway

I hate the calendar, which is both a circle and a straight line, a wheel and an arrow, grinding each anniversary, each day — Gregory Galloway

Gerald Cohen Quotes

Gerald Cohen

How much freedom I have depends on the number and nature of my options. And that, in turn, depends both on the rules — Gerald Cohen

George Roche Quotes

George Roche

To pursue happiness for its own sake is the surest way to lose it. — George Roche

George Frederick Pentecost Quotes

George Frederick Pentecost

The Bible is the Only Book That Can Make Us Wise unto Salvation. The Bible is not a book to be studied as — George Frederick Pentecost

George Curzon, 1st Marquess Curzon Of Kedleston Quotes

George Curzon, 1st Marquess Curzon Of Kedleston

Personally I do not believe in the likelihood of Persian oil deposits being worked at profit. — George Curzon, 1st Marquess Curzon Of Kedleston

Gavriel David Rosenfeld Quotes

Gavriel David Rosenfeld

Most people experience history as one damn fact after another in high school. But if you can wonder, "Wow, what if the US — Gavriel David Rosenfeld

Ernest Hemingway Quotes

Ernest Hemingway

Ive been wondering about Dostoyevsky. How can a man write so badly, so unbelievably badly, and make you feel so deeply? — Ernest Hemingway

Elizabeth Spencer Quotes

Elizabeth Spencer

It never registered to them that I had time to read all of Balzac, Dickens, and Stendhal while Papa was dying, not to — Elizabeth Spencer

Elizabeth O'Connor Quotes

Elizabeth O'Connor

One of the reasons we experience so much difficulty with our gifts is that parents have thought their chief function in life is — Elizabeth O'Connor

Donna Barnes Quotes

Donna Barnes

Nothing changes if nothing changes — Donna Barnes

Dale E. Turner Quotes

Dale E. Turner

If we had had the right technology back then, you would have seen Eva Braun on the Donahue show and Adolf Hitler on — Dale E. Turner

Crystal Chappell Quotes

Crystal Chappell

Ive been on the show for six years and I dont even know what her history is. I sort of make things up — Crystal Chappell

Clay Pell Quotes

Clay Pell

The secret is to always let the other man have your way. — Clay Pell

Chris Albrecht Quotes

Chris Albrecht

The expensive ones are for Starz. No. We decided, as part of our Encore strategy, to broaden and strengthen and help focus the — Chris Albrecht

Charlie Finley Quotes

Charlie Finley

I always wanted to be a player, but I never had the talent to make the big leagues. So I did the next — Charlie Finley

Chad Kultgen Quotes

Chad Kultgen

So whats your major? Have you figured it out yet?" Yeah, biology. Im hoping to go to med school. How about you?" Elementary — Chad Kultgen

Carolyn Elliott Quotes

Carolyn Elliott

What I teach is a process of becoming a soulmaker. Soulmaking, as John Keats noted, is the work of creating our unique bliss. — Carolyn Elliott

Brian Lumley Quotes

Brian Lumley

Writers are in the entertainment business, and it gives me lots of pleasure to entertain my readers. — Brian Lumley

Arthur Machen Quotes

Arthur Machen

I think you are falling into the very general error of confining the spiritual world to the supremely good; but the supremely wicked, — Arthur Machen

Alessandra Stanley Quotes

Alessandra Stanley

When Shonda Rhimes writes her autobiography, it should be called How to Get Away With Being an Angry Black Woman. — Alessandra Stanley

Adolph Murie Quotes

Adolph Murie

Let us be guardians, not gardeners — Adolph Murie