We are officially entering my favorite time of the year… Pumpkin Spice Latte time! Totally kidding, I’m a diehard skinny latte drinker but when Starbucks releases the PSL- I know fall has arrived. (Minus the fact that Southern California is still 904590324509 degrees outside).
The beginning of October also means it’s time for my Monday Musing that I do on the first Monday of every month. You may refer to my first post here, for the nitty gritty details.
Since it’s… *drumroll please*
I will be sharing 5 quotes from a great little book called The Midnight Witch by Paula Brackston.
Ok stop rolling your eyes, it’s October I HAD to do a paranormal book. I read this sometime last year so I probably won’t get around to reviewing it, but it’s the perfect time to share some quotables! Enjoy!
"The dead are seldom silent. They have their stories to tell and their gift of foresight to share. All that is required for them to be heard is that someone be willing to listen. I have been listening to the dead all my life..." - Paula Brackston, The Midnight Witch
"If you do not speak your secrets aloud, others will not have the change to betray you with them. Keep the faith, and keep silent." - Paula Brackston, The Midnight Witch
"'Dark as a pine forest, shimmering as a dragonfly's wing.' I quote the words my father spoke on the day I first wore my witch's cloak. The night of my thirteenth birthday when I was initiated into the Lazarus Coven and my life changed forever." - Paula Brackston, The Midnight Witch
"I wish my skills as a witch extended to some manner of healing that might ease her suffering, but the fact is, there is no magic in the world that can banish the pain of grieving." - Paula Brackston, The Midnight Witch
"If to be in love is to lose one's self than I am in love as it is possible to be, for I am utterly lost! My head is filled with thoughts of him, of the man who has so unexpectedly yet so completely claimed my heart. When I close my eyes I see him. When I dream it is of him. When I try to read a novel the words shift upon the page until they spell out his name..." - Paula Brackston, The Midnight Witch