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Reading By Famous Writers Quotes By Jean-Baptiste Say: The difficulty lies, not in finding a producer, The difficulty lies, not in finding a producer, but in finding a consumer. — Jean-Baptiste Say
Reading By Famous Writers Quotes By Hilary Mantel: My lord, what do you call a whore My lord, what do you call a whore when she is a knight's daughter?" "Ah," the cardinal says, entering into the problem. "To her face, 'my lady. — Hilary Mantel
Reading By Famous Writers Quotes By George Washington: I wish from my soul that the legislature I wish from my soul that the legislature of this State could see the policy of a gradual Abolition of Slavery. — George Washington
Reading By Famous Writers Quotes By Timothy Ferriss: I gauge success in years, not weeks. The I gauge success in years, not weeks. The weekend box-office approach to book launches is short sighted and encourages crappy books. — Timothy Ferriss
Reading By Famous Writers Quotes By Anais Nin: Sometimes we reveal ourselves when we are least Sometimes we reveal ourselves when we are least like ourselves. — Anais Nin
Reading By Famous Writers Quotes By Mokokoma Mokhonoana: To put an arrogant 'famous' writer in his To put an arrogant 'famous' writer in his place: pretend to be illiterate. — Mokokoma Mokhonoana