Book Tags

3 Quotes, 3 Days: Day 1

Hello everyone!

I hope you all are in the best of your health and spirit. Today I am doing a fun tag (I love tags!!!! 😍 They all are fun to do, right?). Thanks to Liz of Stellar Kitten Book Review for tagging me. Liz has an amazing blog and she has recently reached 300 followers so do check out her blog.

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

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Quote #1

For my first quote, I have chosen The Forty Rules of Love by Elif Shafak. I am currently reading this book and I absolutely love it.

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“Intellect and love are made of different materials,” he said. “Intellect ties people in knots and risks nothing, but love dissolves all tangles and risks everything. Intellect is always cautious and advises, ‘Beware too much ecstasy,’ whereas love says, ‘Oh, never mind! Take the plunge!’ Intellect does not easily break down, whereas love can effortlessly reduce itself to rubble. But treasures are hidden among ruins. A broken heart hides treasures.”

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This quote is something, right? 😍

 

I tag:

Misty’s Book Space

Books and Beauty are My Bag

Susan Loves Books

 

If you have already done this tag then ping me to your post. I would love to see which quote did you chose to post.

Do tell me in comments did you like the quote or have you read this book?

Until next post, astalavista baby! 😉

 

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