Julia Glass Quotes

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When it comes to life, we spin our own yarn, and where we end up is really, in fact, where we always intended to be. -Julia Glass
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Clever how the cosmos can, in a single portent, be ingratiating yet sadistic. -Julia Glass
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I'd suffocate. From my own cowardice. -Julia Glass
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To love me, my family does not need to understand me. -Julia Glass
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Ready how? Who's ever ready for anything important? -Julia Glass
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I'd rather be pleasantly surprised than fatally disappointed. -Julia Glass
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Of all the virtues, discretion began to seem the most rewarding: it kept people guessing and sometimes, by default, admiring. -Julia Glass
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When most of us talk to our dogs, we tend to forget that they're not people. -Julia Glass
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Here we are - despite the delays, the confusion, and the shadows en route - at last, or for the moment, where we always intended to be. -Julia Glass
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I see life as increasingly complex, vivid, colorful, crazy, chaotic. That's the world I write about... the world I live in. -Julia Glass
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I was ridiculed in public school for being smart. A teacher's pet. -Julia Glass
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Visual art is a foreign language I'm fluent at, but my native language is language. -Julia Glass
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Virginia Woolf was wrong. You do not need a room of your own to write. -Julia Glass
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The old adage is, 'Write what you know.' But if you only do that, your work becomes claustrophobic. I say, 'Write what you want to know.' -Julia Glass
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To me, stretching the capabilities of my imagination is a crucial aspect of writing fiction; you could think of it as a mental form of athleticism. -Julia Glass
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Though I'm a New Englander, I'm very indoorsy once the mercury drops. -Julia Glass
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