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Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: Weary soldiers who went through a war together, Weary soldiers who went through a war together, side by — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: [On home births:] In a house where there [On home births:] In a house where there had been three people, there were now four, although no one had come in the door. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: There was a way of looking at the There was a way of looking at the world where practically every single thing that happened had some kind of double meaning. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: If a man wishes to truly not be If a man wishes to truly not be written about, he would do well not to write letters to 18-year-old girls, inviting them into his life. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: Imagine if you succeeded in making the world Imagine if you succeeded in making the world perfect for your children what a shock the rest of life would be for them. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: She felt everything too deeply, it was like She felt everything too deeply, it was like the world was too much for her. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: I tried to think of what my father I tried to think of what my father would tell me. 'Don't let any boy give you shit.' But he'd never said how we should go about preventing this. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: My job is writing. I get paid to My job is writing. I get paid to do it. When was the last time you heard someone challenge a doctor for making money off of cancer? — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: If you act like something's too hard, it If you act like something's too hard, it will be, he said. You got to believe it's possible. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: A good home must be made, not bought. A good home must be made, not bought. In the end, it's not track lighting or a sun room that brings light into a kitchen. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: Those who rhapsodize about the ease and joy Those who rhapsodize about the ease and joy of childhood have perhaps forgotten what it's like to be 12 years old. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: Many women my age have known the experience Many women my age have known the experience of giving up crucial parts of themselves to please the man they love. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: A good home must be made, not bought. A good home must be made, not bought. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: It is not the task of a reader It is not the task of a reader to please her subjects. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: It troubles me that people speak about writing It troubles me that people speak about writing for money as ugly and distasteful. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: The portrait of my parents is a complicated The portrait of my parents is a complicated one,
but lovingly drawn. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: It's like life: sometimes the littlest thing turns It's like life: sometimes the littlest thing turns out to be the most important. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: The real drug, I came to believe, was The real drug, I came to believe, was love. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: If I told you about all the stories If I told you about all the stories I don't tell, I would be violating the very boundaries I set for myself. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: One life is not enough for me. I One life is not enough for me. I want to go lots of places. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: I continued to protect him with my silence. I continued to protect him with my silence. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: Love doesn't come and go when it's real. Love doesn't come and go when it's real. Love is supposed to be constant. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: I believe every one of us possesses a I believe every one of us possesses a fundamental right to tell our own story. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: The word NO, carries a lot more meaning The word NO, carries a lot more meaning when spoken by a parent who also knows how to say yes. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: You write about what you know, and you You write about what you know, and you write about what you want to know. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: To share our stories is not only a To share our stories is not only a worthwhile endeavor for the storyteller, but for those who hear our stories and feel less alone because of it. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: Long after Salinger sent me away, I continued Long after Salinger sent me away, I continued to believe his standards and expectations were the best ones. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: When people ask what I write about, that's When people ask what I write about, that's what I tell them: 'The drama of human relationships.' I'm not even close to running out of material. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: I've had some wonderful successes and some extreme I've had some wonderful successes and some extreme disappointments in my career and my life. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: Women writers have been told, forever, that our Women writers have been told, forever, that our stories were not valuable. Not as valuable as men's stories about wars, business, power. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: For 25 years, I did take my responsibilities For 25 years, I did take my responsibilities as a pleaser of others sufficiently seriously. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: No, I said. I didn't remember that. There No, I said. I didn't remember that. There was so much to remember, sometimes the best thing was to forget. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: Every child, woman, and man should possess license Every child, woman, and man should possess license to speak or sing in his or her true voice. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: I think of myself as a realistic writer, I think of myself as a realistic writer, not a creator of soap opera or melodrama. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: It's a great thing when a man knows It's a great thing when a man knows how to dance, she said. When a man can dance, the world is his oyster.
Adele, Henry's Mother — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: A person who deserves my loyalty receives it. A person who deserves my loyalty receives it. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: Not only did I avoid speaking of Salinger; Not only did I avoid speaking of Salinger; I resisted thinking about him. I did not reread his letters to me. The experience had been too painful. — Joyce Maynard
Joyce Maynard Quotes By Joyce Maynard: She was in love with love. She was in love with love. — Joyce Maynard