65 New Books Quotes On Success In Life

These new books quotes will inspire you.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging new books quotes, new books sayings, and new books proverbs.

Best New Books Quotes

  1. “It helps when 1 can send the children off to their fathers so I can support my new book with a national publicity tour. I started writing the book when my daughter was 5. It took me almost four years.” ~ Meg Tilly
  2. “Wear the old coat and buy the new book.” ~ Austin Phelps
  3. “Your word determines your day, who you are, where you are and where you are bound. You are headed somewhere and God in you wants to stand up. Here’s another thought: The key to manifestation is focussing your attention powerfully and persistently on what you desire. All of this is out of my new book: The Laws of Thinking.” ~ E. Bernard Jordan
  4. “There is something incomparably thrilling in first opening a brand new book.” ~ Evelyn Waugh

  5. “I am flattered that Bob Carter should ask me to launch what I think is a significant new book on climate change. I have developed a very high regard for Bob in the years that I have known him. He has been a terrific and leading voice in combatting the scare mongering that we have all been subjected to on the theory of anthropogenic global warming.” ~ Nick Minchin
  6. “There is a new book out about Hillary Clinton that claims Bill is still having affairs but Hillary continues to look the other way. The only problem is when Hillary does look the other way Bill’s having sex with a women over there too.” ~ Jay Leno
  7. “We got Arbitron diaries at my house in the 1980s, when the family was down to just my mother and me, and we tried for a couple of days to fill it out (I of course treated it like we’d been asked to write a new book of the Bible), but we got really bored with it and gave it up.” ~ Hank Stuever
  8. “The worst thing about new books is that they keep us from reading the old ones.” ~ Joseph Joubert

  9. “New book on Malcolm X says we don’t know how he was killed. Want to bring in the FBI. Maybe they were in already.” ~ Mort Sahl”New book on Malcolm X says we don’t know how he was killed. Want to bring in the FBI. Maybe they were in already.” ~ Mort Sahl
  10. “I bought a new book, ‘100 new ways to make love’. I ended up in traction – it was a misprint.” ~ Rodney Dangerfield
  11. “Of his new book, Don says: “It might be the greatest book ever written. I don’t think anybody is going to read a book again after they read my new one. I think God is proud of me. I am going to make a killing off this thing and I’m going to use the money to go to space.” ~ Donald Miller
  12. “[A]n important new book. . . . Professor Akerlof and Rachel Kranton have invented Identity Economics.” ~ Daniel Finkelstein

  13. “My doctors were of one mind: unless something was immediately done, I had maybe six months to live. A quintuple bypass was suggested. Quintuple! I was impressed, though somewhat disturbed because I was in the middle of work on a new book.” ~ Studs Terkel
  14. “I’m just having fun making jokes and writing books. But you see me once a year, I come on when I have a new book out, but basically, I’ve got my nose to the grindstone and I’m doing what I’m supposed to do in life, which is make stories.” ~ T.C. Boyle
  15. “Originality is also very important to a writer. And all of the writers I’ve mentioned, of course, are original, but it’s important to me that every book that I do be really a completely fresh and new look at the world. And of course, that makes it frightening to start a new book because you can’t really depend upon what you’ve done with previous books.” ~ Alan Lightman”Originality is also very important to a writer. And all of the writers I’ve mentioned, of course, are original, but it’s important to me that every book that I do be really a completely fresh and new look at the world. And of course, that makes it frightening to start a new book because you can’t really depend upon what you’ve done with previous books.” ~ Alan Lightman
  16. “I cannot think of a greater blessing than to die in one’s own bed, without warning or discomfort, on the last page of a new book that we most wanted to read.” ~ John Russell, 1st Earl Russell

  17. “What I would really love to happen to me would be if I came upon an idea that would keep me busy until I die so I wouldn’t have to go through the business of thinking up a new book. But I wouldn’t mind writing a long book which is going to occupy me for the rest of my life.” ~ Philip Roth
  18. “A book is a friend whose face is constantly changing. If you read it when you are recovering from an illness, and return to it years after, it is changed surely, with the change in yourself.” ~ Andrew Lang
  19. “When you sell a man a book, you don’t sell him 12 ounces of paper and ink and glue – you sell him a whole new life.” ~ Christopher Morley
  20. “A man will turn over half a library to make one book.” ~ Samuel Johnson

  21. “The love of books is a love which requires neither justification, apology, nor defense.” ~ John Alfred Langford
  22. “How many a man has dated a new era in his life from the reading of a book.” ~ Henry David Thoreau , Reading new books quotes
  23. “In books lies the soul of the whole Past Time; the articulate audible voice of the Past, when the body and material substance of it has altogether vanished like a dream.” ~ Thomas Carlyle
  24. “How many a man has dated a new era in his life from the reading of a book.” ~ Henry David Thoreau

  25. “In books lies the soul of the whole Past Time; the articulate audible voice of the Past, when the body and material substance of it has altogether vanished like a dream.” ~ Thomas Carlyle
  26. “That is a good book which is opened with expectation, and closed with delight and profit.” ~ Amos Bronson Alcott
  27. “Old books that we have known but not possessed cross our path and invite themselves over. New books try to seduce us daily with tempting titles and tantalizing covers.” ~ Alberto Manguel
  28. “If I haven’t put that on a T-shirt, I’m going to. Actually, I really don’t want to write anything that can’t be put on a T-shirt. Actually I’d like to write only on T-shirts. Actually, I’d like to write whole novels on T-shirts. So you guys could say, ‘I’m wearing chapter 8 of Lestat’s new book, that’s my favorite; oh I see you’re wearing chapter 6-” ~ Anne Rice
  29. “I love book signings: kids waiting in line for you to scribble on their new books, haha!” ~ Brian Jacques

  30. “He started to look at me in a manner I recognized: it was the way I looked at a new book, one I had never read before, one that surprised me with all it had to say.” ~ Alice Hoffman
  31. “For instance, in 1999, Bill Gates not only published a new book on work at the speed of thought but also detailed how Microsoft’s ‘Falconview’ software would enable the destruction of bridges in Kosovo.” ~ Paul Virilio
  32. “The indexing problem changes with each new book undertaken. To meet the needs of different classes of seekers and to suit various types of books, rules entirely satisfactory in one case must be varied in the next and perhaps ignored or even reversed for a third… Indexing is a highly complex intellectual process involving the use of language in a specific and somewhat artificial way, and that it is also to a considerable extent a matter of intuition, the workings of which cannot be reduced to fixed rules. It is ‘knowing what but not knowing how’.” ~ Hans H Wellisch
  33. “On Friday night, I was reading my new book, but my brain got tired, so I decided to watch some television instead.” ~ Stephen Chbosky

  34. “Gordon Edgley’s sudden death came as a shock to everyone – not least himself. One moment he was in his study, seven words into the twenty-fifth sentence of the final chapter of his new book, And the Darkness Rained upon Them, and the next he was dead. A tragic loss, his mind echoed numbly as he slipped away.” ~ Derek Landy
  35. “Writing for UrbanMoms has awarded me a multitude of amazing opportunities. I have traveled to new places; alone and with my family. I have discovered new products, new books, new trends and new restaurants, and been able to share them with my readers. I’ve met other wonderful writers and many incredible celebrities.” ~ Anna Quindlen
  36. “Anna Journey, in her new book of poems, Vulgar Remedies, creates an alchemical self whose shimmering limbic / alembic lyrics distill the mysterious terrors of childhood, the dangerous passions of adults, into her own honey-dusk ‘voodun’: protective, purified to gold. Poetry is always a time machine: here we are invisible travelers to a bewitched past, a beautifully occluded future. These poems are erotic, vertiginous, revelatory, their dazzling lyric force reflecting profound hermetic life.” ~ Carol Muske-Dukes
  37. “Rereading, we find a new book.” ~ Mason Cooley

  38. “Reading was only part of the thrill that a book represented. I got a dizzy pleasure from the weight and feel of a new book in my hand, a sensual delight from the smell and crispness of the pages. I loved the smoothness and bright colors of their jackets. For me, a stacked, unread pyramid of books was one of the sexiest architectural designs there was, because what I loved most about books was their promise, the anticipation of what lay between the covers, waiting to be found.” ~ Debra Ginsberg , Smell of new books
  39. “A new book is just like any new product, like a detergent. You have to acquaint people with it. They have to know it’s there. You only get to be number one when the public knows about you.” ~ Jacqueline Susann
  40. “Yesterday I saw a child wearing a T-shirt that said, “If you love me, don’t feed me junk food.” I was delighted to see this, but I also know how difficult it can be to feed our children well, particularly when the foods that are most convenient and the most heavily advertised are often the ones we should avoid.  Joel Fuhrman’s new book is a blessing, because it makes it so much easier.  It is excellent, and full of clarity, wisdom, and guidance you can trust.  It can indeed give you the power to shape your child’s health destiny – John Robbins” ~ Joel Fuhrman
  41. “I prefer old books and find them more relevant. I dislike new books. It’s like drinking wine that’s not ready.” ~ Jonathan Lethem

  42. “Because he did not have time to read every new book in his field, the great Polish anthropologist Bronislaw Malinowski used a simple and efficient method of deciding which ones were worth his attention: Upon receiving a new book, he immediately checked the index to see if his name was cited, and how often. The more “Malinowski” the more compelling the book. No “Malinowski”, and he doubted the subject of the book was anthropology at all.” ~ Neil Postman
  43. “Be interested in everything. You don’t have to adore it. I don’t adore hip-hop, I don’t think it’s great music, but I’m interested, I listen. I watch a lot of new films, I see everything. I still read, I like books, whether they are old books, new books. I’m interested – you gotta stay interested!” ~ Mel Brooks
  44. “There are all these new books out there portraying Asian mothers as scheming, callous, overdriven people indifferent to their kids’ true interests. For their part, many Chinese secretly believe that they care more about their children and are willing to sacrifice much more for them than Westerners, who seem perfectly content to let their children turn out badly. I think it’s a misunderstanding on both sides. All decent parents want to do what’s best for their children. The Chinese just have a totally different idea of how to do that.” ~ Amy Chua
  45. “To a bibliophile, there is but one thing better than a box of new books, and that is a box of old ones.” ~ Will Thomas

  46. “The breezes taste Of apple peel. The air is full Of smells to feel- Ripe fruit, old footballs, Burning brush, New books, erasers, Chalk, and such. The bee, his hive, Well-honeyed hum, And Mother cuts Chrysanthemums. Like plates washed clean With suds, the days Are polished with A morning haze.” ~ John Updike
  47. “Robert Scott Leyse channels Baudelaire’s Queen of Spades and Jack of Hearts, speaking darkly of dead loves, in this new book. He also reminds me of James Purdy’s notorious eccentricity. There’s plenty of middlebrow stuff if you want it. Self-Murder isn’t that.” ~ Kris Saknussemm
  48. “The difficulty will be to keep her from learning too fast and too much. She is always sitting with her little nose burrowing into books. She doesn’t read them, Miss Minchin; she gobbles them up as if she were a little wolf instead of a little girl. She is always starving for new books to gobble, and she wants grown-up books–great, big, fat ones–French and German as well as English–history and biography and poets, and all sorts of things. Drag her away from her books when she reads too much.” ~ Frances Hodgson Burnett
  49. “When a new book is published, read an old one.” ~ Samuel Rogers

  50. “I try not to worry about rewriting books that worked well the first time. I’m too busy writing new books to worry about things that are already in print” ~ Laurell K. Hamilton
  51. “Rebecca was an academic star. Her new book was on the phenomenon of word casings, a term she’d invented for words that no longer had meaning outside quotation marks. English was full of these empty words–“friend” and “real” and “story” and “change”–words that had been shucked of their meanings and reduced to husks. Some, like “identity” and “search” and “cloud,” had clearly been drained of life by their Web usage. With others, the reasons were more complex; how had “American” become an ironic term? How had “democracy” come to be used in an arch, mocking way?” ~ Jennifer Egan
  52. “If one has to choose between reading the new books and reading the old, one must choose the old: not because they are necessarily better but because they contain precisely those truths of which our own age is neglectful.” ~ C. S. Lewis
  53. “A new acquaintance is like a new book. I prefer it, even if bad, to a classic.” ~ Benjamin Disraeli

  54. “Whenever I begin reading a new book, I am embarking on a new, uncharted journey with an unmarked destination. I never know where a particular book will take me, toward what other books I will be led.” ~ Nancy Pearl
  55. “The Princess Bride S. Morgenstern’s Classic Tale of True Love and High Adventure You had to admire a guy who called his own new book a classic before it was published and anyone had a chance to read it.” ~ William Goldman
  56. “I leafed through the pages, inhaling the enchanted scent of promise that comes with all new books, and stopped to read the start of a sentence that caught my eye.” ~ Carlos Ruiz Zafon
  57. “Read and Re-Read–“Re-reading, we always find a new book.” ~ C. S. Lewis

  58. “Sometimes, looking at the many books I have at home, I feel I shall die before I come to the end of them, yet I cannot resist the temptation of buying new books. Whenever I walk into a bookstore and find a book on one of my hobbies — for example, Old English or Old Norse poetry — I say to myself, “What a pity I can’t buy that book, for I already have a copy at home.” ~ Jorge Luis Borges
  59. “Every new book I read comes to be a part of that overall and unitary book that is the sum of my readings…if you need little to set the imagination going, I require even less: the promise of reading is enough.” ~ Italo Calvino
  60. “A bran’ new book is a beautiful thing, all promise and fresh pages, the neatly squared spine, the brisk sense of a journey beginning. But a well-worn book also has its pleasures, the soft caress and give of the paper’s edges, the comfort, like an old shawl, of an oft-read story.” ~ Lewis Buzbee
  61. “The new book is amazing. It’s called, The Pleiadian Promise. I get emotional when I just connect to it, because it’s really an amazing, powerful, powerful piece of work.” ~ Christine McCormick Day

  62. “Harry: This book belongs to Harry Potter. Ron: Shared by Ron Weasley, because his fell apart. Hermione: Why don’t you buy a new one then? Ron: Write on your own book, Hermione. Hermione: You bought all those dungbombs on Saturday. You could have bought a new book instead. Ron: Dungbombs rule.” ~ J. K. Rowling
  63. “I love seeing the bookshops and meeting the booksellers– booksellers really are a special breed. No one in their right mind would take up clerking in a bookstore for the salary, and no one in his right mind would want to own one– the margin of profit is too small. So, it has to be a love of readers and reading that makes them do it– along with first dibs on the new books.” ~ Mary Ann Shaffer
  64. “I always wince a little bit when I send me to each of my new books. I wince at submitting myself to my father’s judgment. But, of course, he’s such a fond father that he always writes back, saying it’s the greatest thing ever written.” ~ Emma Donoghue
  65. “Lack of consistency is the subtle but great stealer of dreams & desires. The stop & start process is what kills progress & is probably one of the greatest reasons why many don’t achieve their goals & end up living in continuous discontent, frustration & disappointment. Many buy a new book, sign up for a new program, go like crazy for a few weeks, stop & end up right back where they started. Don’t let this be you!” ~ Darren Hardy

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