I'm going to keep adding to this one, so stay tuned kids
  1. 'And yet. With each day that passes he's blinded a little less by the beauty of the world'
    - The History of Love, Nicole Krauss
  2. 'I listened to Athos's story of the origins of islands, how the mainland can stretch until it breaks at the weakest points, and those weaknesses are called faults. Each island represented a victory and a defeat: it had either pulled itself free or pulled too hard and found itself alone.'
    -can't remember the title but I'll dig it out
  3. 'and all the watery world of woe bowled over him'
    Moby Dick
  4. 'And as I sat there, unable to decide...'
  5. 'It was something like the word 'it' in the phrase 'it is raining' or 'it is night'. What that 'it' referred to Quinn had never known'
    -City of Glass by Paul Auster
  6. 'If you've got it, flaunt it. If you don't got it? Flaunt it.'
    -Why Not Me? By Mindy Kaling