Quote of the Weekend

 

“Those who dream Edgar Allen Poe.
Image from Pixabay, edits by me.

As someone who loves to daydream, this is one of my favorite quotes.

 

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Quote of the Weekend

 

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If you enjoy high fantasy, you must must must read the Way of Kings…and Kaladin is my favorite. I’m sure you’re super surprised. I love him because he is a true warrior. He’s all about protecting those around him.

 

Quote of the Weekend

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How beautiful is this quote??? And how true is it that we are the beast, and Christ loved us long before we were beautiful. Beauty and the Beast is a wonderful fairy tale that teaches us to be Brave before we have to be.

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Stories can teach us great things!
Image from Pixabay. Edits by me. Quote from Brandon Sanderson’s Oathbringer.

I love this quote. Stories aren’t about being true. Fantasy is never true. But that doesn’t mean they don’t teach real and good concepts. Stories can build character. Stories can guide us. Stories can help us be brave.

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Read your children fairy tales!
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You just can’t argue with Albert Einstein. 🙂

Quote of the Weekend

Snow Whites true magic
Image from Pixabay. Edits from me.

I made this back when I was working on my Rooglewood Snow White Retelling story. I was a finalist in this contest and this was the theme of my story. I love fairy tales that reward kindness and make the choice for others over self.

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Start reading fairy tales again!
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I just love this quote. There is a middle point in life where you think you’re above the simple pleasure of snuggling up with a fairy tale. Then, you grow up, and start reading them again.