Three Quotes, Three Tags – Day 2

I was tagged in this by the lovely Susan over at Novel Lives, and you should definitely go check out her blog because she posts some of my favourite content!

The Rules

• Thank the person who nominated you

• Post a quote for 3 consecutive days (1 quote for each day)

• Nominate 3 new bloggers each day

Day 2, and today I’ve chosen to focus on a book that is all about magical doors, and the wondrous places they lead. This book took me right back to my childhood, and at the same time had me realising that not all magic ends when you leave childhood. There were so many quotes in this book that I fell in love with, but I think, as book lovers, this one will relate to most of us.

” Those of you who are more than casually familiar with books- those of you who spend your free afternoons in fusty bookshops, who offer furtive, kindly strokes along the spines on familiar titles- understand that page riffling is an essential element in the process of introducing oneself to a new book. It isn’t about reading the words, it’s about reading the smell.” – The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow

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4 thoughts on “Three Quotes, Three Tags – Day 2”

  1. I loves your theme!!! And I have added this book to my TBR!!!! I swear I saw it in a trade zone at the library and smiled because all my blogger friends were talking about it long before the trade people and it made me just so happy!!!

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      1. I love writere like that… I think Nova Ren Suma

        Oh hell wait… damn I got her name right! Her writing is like that. I’m not even sure, looking back on my review, I completely understood A Room Away From the Wolves, but I know I enjoyed reading it and I know it shattered me, even if I don’t know why. And I love her writing. So I completely get what you mean. And it is worth reading it just for that reason.

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