Quickly Quotable #40 – 2010 Review

Back in March of this year Sunday became quote day here at My Literary Quest.  In the beginning it featured a single quote loosely related to writing.  In July it switched to feature a single artist or theme and their biography and it has remained that way ever since.

Here you have it, this year’s collection of Quickly Quotables:

Winner of Most Personable Picture

Quickly Quotable #39 – David Sedaris

Quickly Quotable #38 – Charles Dickens

Quickly Quotable #37 – Victor Hugo

Quickly Quotable #36 – Julia Child

Quickly Quotable #35 – Thanksgiving Quotes

Quickly Quotable #34 – Agatha Christie

Quickly Quotable #33 – Quotes for Writers from Writers

Quickly Quotable #32 – Garrison Keillor

Quickly Quotable #31 – Halloween Sampler

Quickly Quotable #30 – Ayn Rand

Quickly Quoteable #29 – Alexandre Dumas

Quickly Quotable #28 – Robert Frost

Quickly Quotable #27 – Erma Bombeck

Quickly Quoteable #26 – Douglas Adams

Winner of Scariest Author Picture

Quickly Quoteable #25 – “Flylady” Marla Cilley

Quickly Quotable #24 – Nationalism

Quickly Quotable #23 – Goethe

Quickly Quotable #22 – Alfred Lord Tennyson

Quickly Quotable #22 – A. A. Milne

Quickly Quotable #21 – John Keats

Quickly Quotable #20 – William Wordsworth

Quickly Quotable #19 – Shel Silverstein

Quickly Quotable #18 – J. M. Barrie

Quickly Quotable #17 – Maya Angelou

Quickly Quotable #16 – Whitman

It was at this point I changed the format to include biographies.  Below are the early awkward days of Quickly Quotable.

Quickly Quotable #15 – 4th of July

Quickly Quotable #14 – Lord of the Rings

Quickly Quotable #13 – Father’s Day

Winner for Cutest Picture

Quickly Quotable #12 – The Little Prince

Quickly Quotable #11 – Books

Quickly Quotable #10 – Dead Poets Society

Quickly Quotable #9 -Marianne Williamson

Quickly Quotable #8 – Ziglar, Stevenson, Quindlen

Quickly Quotable #7 – Mother’s Day

Quickly Quotable #6 – George Orwell

Quickly Quotable #5 – Edith Wharton

Quickly Quotable #4 – Niccolo Machiavelli

Quickly Quotable #3 – C.S. Lewis

Quickly Quotable #2 – Carl Jung

Quickly Quotable – Albert Einstein

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About Jodi

Jodi L. Milner is a writer, mandala enthusiast, and educator. Her epic fantasy novel, Stonebearer’s Betrayal, will be published November 2018 by Immortal Works Press. She has been published in several anthologies. When not writing, she can be found folding children and feeding the laundry, occasionally in that order.
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6 Responses to Quickly Quotable #40 – 2010 Review

  1. nrhatch says:

    How fun to look back on the year and see all the ground we’ve covered.

    And the infinite possibilities remaining for us to explore . . .

  2. Thassa lotta damn quotes. Nice job!

  3. And I’ve loved and/or been intrigued by every one of them!

    Next person? Try Einstein – there are many wonderful quotes by him! Perhaps you could do a series of quotes from scientists. In addition to AE how about Richard Feynman, Charles Darwin, or Jane Goodall!

    Congrats on your wonderful year! Some day I hope to be even 1/2 as successful! Happy New Year!

  4. Michael Knudsen says:

    Nice collection of quotes, I enjoyed ’em all!

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