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10 Random Quotes from 10 Random TBR Books | #TopTenTuesday 345

Despite how often I twist the topic or how often I do a completely different topic, I still manage to dread the freebie Tuesdays. Because those are the times I can never think of what to do! Luckily we have bloggers who have more inspiration than I do.

A while ago Alicia from A Kernel of Nonsense shared 10 random quotes from 10 random tbr books during a quote prompt. Like me those are often not her favorites. But she gave it this super awesome twist! And now I am stealing it with a lot of love and credit to Alicia. Please go visit her because she is an absolute gem of a blogger.

So I pulled a fun stack of recent and older purchases. I’m going to go to an early page and share a quote from it. Maybe it will inspire me to pick up some of these a bit quicker.

Ha.

Wishful thinking that is

“Wow!” Ozzy was mesmerized by the sight – his tight secluded world unfolded in a way that made him shiver. “I should have done this sooner.”

Wizard for Hire by Obert Skye

“Odd, isn’t it?” She blew another bubble, which popped daintily. “And, for you, of all people. I didn’t know you existed until this moment.”

The House in the Cerulean Sea by T.J. Klune

You never said to your parents, “Hey, I really need a computer because that way I can play Megastroids.”
No, you said, “I really need a computer because of school.”
It’s Educational.

Only You Can Save Mankind by Terry Pratchett

There are all sorts of bad advice out there on how to deal with bullies. Ignore them. Stand up to them. Tell a teacher, tell a parent, tell your dentist while he is jamming your teeth back into your face.
The real way to deal with a bully is to stick a raw chicken in their locker.

Sal & Gabi Break the Universe by Carlos Hernandez

They say that a coin-sized scrap of a dead god can make your fortune, if the powers it possesses are strang and rare enough, and if you are brave enough to dive for them.

Deeplight by Frances Hardinge

“Ya Allah…” I shook my head, hoping for a reality reboot, but the giant fly guy in the cloack just continued to…exist.

City of the Plague God by Sarwat Chadda

The flickering of the stars should have been a warning sign, had Harald seen it, because the sky was cloudless that night.

The Seer’s Premonition by Ursula Visser

Plans. There were always plans to be made or undone, and no time to mourn.

The Jasmine Throne by Tasha Suri

For a few trembling, defiant moments, I wanted to tell my father that I would live a spinster, then, and everything else be damned.

A Natural History of Dragons by Marie Brennan

Khanh Giao hadn’t thought to be preserved.

Mission: Critical. Edited by Jonathan Strahan

13 thoughts on “10 Random Quotes from 10 Random TBR Books | #TopTenTuesday 345

  1. This is such a great topic. I’ll have borrow this one as well sometime. I love the quotes you chose. They really make me want to read the books you listed! 😀 I hope you enjoy them when you get to them.

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