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Ellery Adams Quotes & Sayings

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Mrs. Dower was gray. Her clothes, her hair, and the cloud above her head were all a shade of dark gray. With every breath she seemed to expel an invisible vapot of gloom. — Ellery Adams

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People say write what you know, but I say write about what makes your blood race. Write about that, and your words will become sails filled with a strong wind. — Ellery Adams

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Life ain't always easy and it ain't always fair, but there's beauty in every day. You just gotta know where to look. — Ellery Adams

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We beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past. — Ellery Adams

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It's like pretending to be Santa and then stabbing someone with a candy cane! — Ellery Adams

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A town without a bookstore is an empty shell of a place. — Ellery Adams

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There's supposed to be drama. The dull stories never make it into the books. — Ellery Adams

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There were books everywhere. Hundreds of books. Thousands of books. There were books of every size, shape, and color. They lined the walls from floor to ceiling, standing straight and rigid as soldiers on the polished mahogany shelves, the gilt lettering on their worn spines glinting in the soft light, the scent of supple leather and aging paper filling the air. — Ellery Adams

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My gut is telling me is that this is where I'm supposed to be. It's like I left my dreams in a jar on a shelf in my childhood closet, and now I only need to reach up and open the lid so they can come true. — Ellery Adams

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Sure, stories can be like a fire on a cold night. But they can burn too. There ain't nothin' can cut deeper or sting with more poison than words can. — Ellery Adams

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Betty had her crocheting out again. The morning light winked off her needles and Olivia recognized that she was making a baby blanket. — Ellery Adams

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How to make spiced rum. Place rum, allspice, cloves, cardamom, star anise, cinnamon, nutmeg, orange peel, and one vanilla bean - split lengthwise - in a jar and store in a dark place for 2 days. Strain rum using cheesecloth. Pour and enjoy. — Ellery Adams

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If you must speak ill of another, do not speak it, write it in the sand near the water's edge. — Ellery Adams

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What makes a shamrock so special anyway?
One leaf for love, one leaf for hope, one leaf for faith, and one leaf for luck. The fourth leaf is a teeny bit smaller than the other three. That's how you know it's real ...
... people have looked to clovers to ward off evil spirits. — Ellery Adams

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Blue doesn't desbribe loss. Grief robs the world of color. Turns it heavy and gray. — Ellery Adams

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There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate's loot on Treasure Island. - WALT DISNEY — Ellery Adams

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threw me off guard." The chief's eyes crinkled — Ellery Adams

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There could be a trail of dead bodies from here to Arkansas. — Ellery Adams

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Draiocht.
It's the Gaelic word for magic That is what you are, Ella Mae. You are Other. You are magical. — Ellery Adams

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Words have power, and all things of power are dangerous. — Ellery Adams

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She planned to fix herself a cup of lemon-ginger tea and pick a book from the stack on her coffee table. It didn't matter which title she chose, every book had something unique to offer. They were memories she'd yet to make. Worlds she'd yet to discover. Friends she'd yet to meet. And she was looking forward to making their acquaintance. — Ellery Adams