Writer’s Quote Wednesday Weekly Wrap-Up from August 5, 2012

Welcome to the WRITER’S QUOTE WEDNESDAY Weekly Wrap-Up where our writers highlight their photographic and writing talent by making up their own quotes or sharing quotes from their favorite authors. (Please do not link to this post. Link to the new prompt on Wednesday, July 29, 2015). Please don’t forget to tag your post “Writer’s Quote Wednesday” to make them easier to find in the reader.

We still have some new and old participants this week that have joined us. Please make sure to visit the blogs of the writers who have shared their writer’s quotes. It is an honor for them to get to know you better. The blog names are found above their images.

Are YOU looking for inspiration? Do you need a little motivation to get you writing again?

Then, you have come to the right place! Here is the best collection of weekly quotes found in the blogosphere! ENJOY!

Lucile De Godoy


Meanings & Musings


Nothing Gilded Nothing Gained *new this week* Make sure to visit her blog to view the video.

“RELAX, writers. Everything will be okay. Have fun.”

Zen & Pi


Shirley’s Heaven


Pearls before Swine


Rebirth of Lisa


Wendy Anne Darling


Melissa Barker-Simpson


Unexpected in Common Hours


I Maniking Blog


Daily Echo (TWO this week) Make sure and visit her blog to learn more about her amazing son, Nick!



Story Teller


Randoms by a Random


Here there be Dragons Please visit her blog for more quotes! J


Nagrij Writes the hits you never knew existed!

“It is better to create than learn! Creating is the essence of life.” – Julius Caesar.

J Sack’s Mom’s Blog


Silver Threading


I was literally blown away by the all the quotes this week! They were truly awe-inspiring! I thought I would try something new… I posted my favorite quote out of the group as the featured image. Tell me what you think!

While I am at it, I want to thank each and every one of you for participating in our weekly quotes and for those that read them and gain inspiration. No matter what, it is a win-win for all writers.

(If I missed your post, please help me find it. If you tag your post Writer’s Quote Wednesday, it makes it easier to find if you do not do a ping-back where you link your post).

Glad you stopped by for some instant inspiration!

Which quote made you want to dance in the rain under a rainbow?


24 thoughts on “Writer’s Quote Wednesday Weekly Wrap-Up from August 5, 2012

  1. If anyone needed an extra little push, a reason to start the day, this is where they’d find it. I liked Carl Sagan’s words but also very much enjoyed Joyce Kilmer and the first of Sue’s (Daily Echo) though all ave something to commend them.
    Thanks Colleen for bringing these (including yours) to us.
    xxx Massive Hugs xxx

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  2. I loved that you featured your favourite this week! So much amazing talent and inspiration it fills my eyes with tears, and my heart with love. My favourite is yours this week, although it was hard to choose just one. It really resonated with me as I sit down to write my book I’ve got it written out and taped to my laptop to spur me on to greatness! ❤️

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    • I really love all of the quotes, just thought I would create some discussion. YOU brought tears to my eyes that you found so much inspiration. I love that. You are such a joy to share inspiration with. Thank you for that. I wish you all the best in the writing of your book! ❤

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      • Yes each week the variety and viewpoints are so endearing, touching, and thought provoking. I love sharing inspiration with you too! Thank you I’m absorbing all the love for the written word and applying it to my dream. ❤️

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  3. I had two favorites this week. ! the Quenton Crisp quote (Sue Vincent) and your quote by Elizabeth Gilbert. I keep bumping into Gilbert’s quote. Even though I singled out two of the quotes, they are all inspirational in their own way.

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