Top Read Quotes

  • Do it again.Play it again. Sing it again. Read it again. Write it again. Sketch it again. Rehearse it again. Run it again. Try it – Richelle E Goodrich

  • Matt is grinning at me like I’m the new Christmas toy he really wanted, but can’t play with yet because he hasn’t read the instructions. – Jillian Dodd

    Matt is grinning at me like I’m the new Christmas toy he really wanted, but can’t play with yet because he hasn’t read the instructions.– Jillian Dodd

  • The price of coming from a small town is that everyone knows your story. Your book has been read, shelved, dusted, and re-read by everybody. – Brian   Joyce

    The price of coming from a small town is that everyone knows your story. Your book has been read, shelved, dusted, and re-read by everybody.– Brian Joyce

  • …if your great-great-great-grandfather wanted to read his book after dark, some poor soul had to crawl around in a whale’s head for an afternoon. – Steven Johnson

    …if your great-great-great-grandfather wanted to read his book after dark, some poor soul had to crawl around in a whale’s head for an afternoon.– Steven Johnson

  • I wonder how many women are held up in their bed waiting to be sung to, served wine to, read poetry to, kissed slowly with. – Brandon Villasenor

    I wonder how many women are held up in their bed waiting to be sung to, served wine to, read poetry to, kissed slowly with.– Brandon Villasenor

  • My dear Keats go on, don’t despair, collect incidents, study characters, read Shakespeare and trust in Providence. – Benjamin Haydon

    My dear Keats go on, don’t despair, collect incidents, study characters, read Shakespeare and trust in Providence.– Benjamin Haydon

  • Like people would ever want to read books on an electronic screen. – Jack Kilborn

    Like people would ever want to read books on an electronic screen.– Jack Kilborn

  • The Yale graduate who had refused to read outside the course curriculum (the future Pres. Taft) suddenly found himself inspired. – Doris Kearns Goodwin

    The Yale graduate who had refused to read outside the course curriculum (the future Pres. Taft) suddenly found himself inspired.– Doris Kearns Goodwin

  • He took the trolley instead of the bus because it was smoother and he could read on it. – Robert A Caro

    He took the trolley instead of the bus because it was smoother and he could read on it.– Robert A Caro

  • Lincoln was less well-read than many a professor or journalist, but what he read, he read deeply. – Richard Brookhiser

    Lincoln was less well-read than many a professor or journalist, but what he read, he read deeply.– Richard Brookhiser