Alethea Kontis Quotes

Alethea Kontis (born January 11, 1976) is an American writer of Teen & Young Adult Books, picture books and speculative fiction, primarily for children. She lives in Titusville, FL

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Alethea Kontis


Sometimes 'Hmm' is the wisest thing to say.

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First time's a fluke; second time's a coincidence," said Velius. "Third time's tradition," finished Erik.

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The curse of an interesting life: there are either very good times or very bad times.

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If you did not indulge in fantasies, how else would you know if you were living an interesting life?

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I have lived a life full of love and pain, of Joy and Sorrow, and I live on still. i have many, many years ahead of me, each day with the potential to be filled to the brim with trials to face and challenges to overcome.

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No," Wednesday agreed"You have tortured with silence. You let her grieve for a soul she did not lose, mourn a heart that should not have broken, and berate herself for betraying the man she loves...with the man she loves. It can't be 'true' love without the truth, Rumbold.

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Dream of me, my beloved family, happy in my plundering and adventuring, for when the waves rock me to sleep tonight, I will be dreaming of you.

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Quit dwelling on other people's stories and make up some of your own.

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She needed him to keep her sane, to make her laugh, to feel complete

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May we all be doomed to a happy life.

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Mama says I spend too much time in little fantasy worlds and not enough in this one.

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Kindredâ??s tale is a romantic, mature, and lyrical collage of heaven, hell, and a magical royal legend. The combination is divinelyâ??and demonicallyâ??inspired.

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Everything to lose, nothing to lose, someone's taken it, or you've lost it.

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Normal is all relative.

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If you want anything to work, Sunday, you're going to have to believe it

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