Premonitions and Those Voices Inside Your Head

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Premonitions & Those Voices Inside Your Head

 

“Become a good noticer. Pay attention to the feelings, hunches, and intuitions that flood your life each day. If you do, you will see that premonitions are not rare, but a natural part of our lives.”

 

Isabel Allende

“Sometimes I have these premonitions and I don’t forget them, so I will be prepared when they happen.”
Isabel Allende, Island Beneath the Sea
Neal Shusterman

“I’ve got a secret for you,” she whispered with n unpleasant grin on her face, “Something terrible is going to happen. Something terrible… and something wonderful.”
Neal Shusterman, Dread Locks
James Patterson

“My eyes flickered when I heard the Voice inside my head. (You mean you don’t have one? You can get ‘em at Target.)”
James Patterson, The Final Warning
Stephen King

“The trouble with living alone, she had discovered-and the reason why most people she knew didn’t like to be alone even for a little while-was that the longer you lived alone, the louder the voices on the right side of your brain got.”
Stephen King, The Tommyknockers
J.H. Glaze

“Writing is not about the voices in your head, but the voices that make the great leap to the page.”
J.H. Glaze

Premonitions & Those Voices Inside Your Head

Nicknames, Pet-names, Terms of Endearment

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Alexandra Adornetto

“Did I mention I’ve finally decided on a nickname for you?”

“I didn’t know you were looking.”

Well, I’ve given the matter some serious thought.”

“And what have you come up with?”

“Cookie,” I anounced proudly.

Xavier scrunched up his face. “No way.”

“You don’t like it? What about Bumblebee?”

“Worse.”

“Snookie-Wookie?”

“Do you have any cyanide?”

“Well, some of us are just a bit hard to please.”

― Alexandra AdornettoHalo

James Patterson

“They call me, The Sharkalator”

― James Patterson

Richelle Mead

“Because I’ve got a lot more terms of endearment to use. Honey pie. Sugarplum. Bread pudding,”

“Why are they all high-calorie foods?”
― Richelle MeadThe Indigo Spell

Jeaniene Frost

“You called her Kitten? And she let you? She put me in a coma for three days when I called her that? My balls never recovered from her smashing them into my spine?” “And well she should have,” Bones agreed. “She’s my Kitten, and no one else’s”

― Jeaniene FrostOne Foot in the Grave

Terms of Endearment

Stop at a Diner While Driving Through a Small Town

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Don DeLillo

“That night, after the movie, driving my father’s car along the country roads, I began to wonder how real the landscape truly was, and how much of a dream is a dream.”

― Don DeLilloAmericana

Edward Abbey

“One of the pleasant things about small town life is that everyone, whether rich or poor, liked or disliked, has some kind of a role and place in the community. I never felt that living in a city — as I once did for a couple of years.”

James Patterson

“Am I tough? Am I strong? Am I hard-core? Absolutely.

Did I whimper with pathetic delight when I sank my teeth into my hot fried-chicken sandwich? You betcha.”

― James Patterson

Small Town

Diners