Book Buying Quotes

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Book Buying Quotes

Get your friends together, go to your local bookstore and have a book-buying party.
— Roy Blount, Jr. —

If a book is worth reading, it is worth buying.

— John Ruskin

A library of mostly unread books is far more inspiring than a library of books already read. There's nothing more exciting than finishing a book, and walking over to your shelves to figure out what you're going to read next.
[The Wonderful and Terrible Habit of Buying Too Many Books, PWxyz (news blog of Publishers Weekly), February 16th, 2012]

— Gabe Habash

It's against my principles to buy a book I haven't read, it's like buying a dress you haven't tried on.

— Helene Hanff

Wealth is walking into any bookshop and buying any book you want without looking at the price tag.

— John Waters

Get your friends together, go to your local bookstore and have a book-buying party.

— Roy Blount, Jr.

I can never leave a bookstore without buying a book. I read four or five at a time.

— Mireille Guiliano

I feel like if I'm going to give you a book about my dad, then I really want to give you my dad, because he is interesting and he is funny and if you're buying a book about him, I don't want you to have to sit through stuff that's not him.

— Justin Halpern

In the United States in 1907, a book entitled Three Acres and Liberty seized the imagination of the reading public. The author, Bolton Hall, began by taking for granted the awkwardness of having to work for someone else, and so advised his readers that they could win their freedom by leaving their offices and factories and buying three acres apiece of inexpensive farmland in middle America. This acreage would soon enable them to grow enough food for a family of four and to build a simple but comfortable home, and best of all, relieve them of any need ever again to flatter or negotiate with colleagues and superiors.

— Alain De Botton

I have seen books made of things neither studied nor ever understood ... the author contenting himself for his own part, to have cast the plot and projected the design of it, and by his industry to have bound up the fagot of unknown provisions; at least the ink and paper his own. This may be said to be a buying or borrowing, and not a making or compiling of a book.

— Michel De Montaigne

Liberals pretend to believe that when two random hoodlums kill a gay man in Oklahoma, it's evidence of a national trend, but when a million people buy a book, it proves absolutely nothing about the book-buying public.

— Ann Coulter

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