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  • Michelle shared from Mothers, Tell Your Daughters: Stories by Bonnie Jo Campbell
    I’ve got a head full of stories you still need to hear, starting with my ribs, ending with my whole life.
    Note: A powerful sentence. I love when a writer does this. Hash tag great pick for book club
  • Michelle shared from The Magicians: A Novel by Lev Grossman
    If you desire something, it will become substance. If you despise it, you will see it destroyed.
    Note: Very true
  • Michelle shared from The Museum of Extraordinary Things: A Novel by Alice Hoffman
    She was her father’s daughter, a living wonder, an oddity no common man could ever understand.
    Note: Boom.
  • Michelle shared from The Museum of Extraordinary Things: A Novel by Alice Hoffman
    certain of herself even in uncertain tides.
    Note: Something to aim for
  • Michelle shared from The Witches: Salem, 1692 by Stacy Schiff
    IN 1692 THE Massachusetts Bay Colony executed fourteen women, five men, and two dogs for witchcraft.
    Note: And two dogs?
  • Michelle shared from Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen, Seth Grahame-Smith
    “I cannot comprehend the neglect of a family library in such days as these.
    Note: What a fantastic idea it is to have a family library. Hash tag resolution for 2016
  • Michelle shared from The Midwife's Revolt (The Midwife Series Book 1) by Jodi Daynard
    For those who can love deeply always draw love to them.”
    Note: What you give out is what is returned to you.
  • Michelle shared from The Midwife's Revolt (The Midwife Series Book 1) by Jodi Daynard
    Words were the medium of communication, but it was precisely with words, it seemed, that we could not communicate.
    Note: How often this is true
  • Michelle shared from The Complete Kane Chronicles (Kane Chronicles. The) by Rick Riordan
    “My dear, I’m a cat. Everything I see is mine.”
    Note: So true
  • Michelle shared from The Complete Kane Chronicles (Kane Chronicles. The) by Rick Riordan
    “Fairness does not mean everyone gets the same,” Dad said. “Fairness means everyone gets what they need.
    Note: Good to note this.
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Michelle Wittle