Weekend Words #4

weekend words picWeekend Words showcases inspiring quotes from books, about writing, and about life. This feature will happen every weekend, either on Saturday or Sunday, depending on my schedule. While this is a reading/writing centric blog, this feature doesn’t have to be focused on those areas–it is intentionally open-ended to give bloggers a chance to say what’s on their mind.

Everyone should feel free to take part–it would honestly make my day! Complete instructions can be found on the feature’s page. 

1. A Powerful Quote From a Recent Read

live for tomorrow

“Living for the day is beautiful–too many of us don’t do it often enough–but to live life fully, we must life for today and tomorrow…People miss out on so much if they stop living for tomorrow.” — C.C. Hunter, Whispers at Moonrise (Shadow Falls #4)

Rereading the Shadow Falls series has been pretty fun these last few weeks (review to come, once I write them). Though the books are usually pretty light-hearted and casual, this quote stood out to me. I love how it counters the popular notion that living for the present will improve our lives, while also making sure that people don’t live only for the future.

2. A Quote that Inspired or Influenced Me This Week

as mysterious as a cat

“I wish I could write as mysterious as a cat.” — Edgar Allan Poe

I love Poe’s writing, especially his poetry, and if anyone gets close to writing like a cat, he is in the top ten. I love the simplicity of this quote, and after writing a horror-esque story this week, this quote felt apropos.

(Also, that’s my cat, Muzgle! Isn’t she adorable?)

3. Something I’ve Been Wanting to Say

Though I definitely have introverted tendencies, I’m finally getting better at going outside of my comfort zone socially at school. I’m not about to become Mrs. Social Butterfly, but in these recent weeks, I’ve realized just how far I’ve come since the beginning of high school. For other introverts out there, I guess I just want to say that it’s possible to still be “you” while breaking out of your shell a little.


I hope you’re all having a great weekend! What quotes have inspired you recently?

If you don’t wish for feline writing skills, what animal would you want to write like?

4 thoughts on “Weekend Words #4

  1. What a fantastic idea for a meme! It looks so fun, I will definitely be checking back for your weekly posts. 🙂 I’d love to say that we’ll join in, but Nikki has some original ideas that we’re hoping to put in motion soon. Happy reading!
    -Amy

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