Liz Kessler Famous Quotes & Sayings

27 Liz Kessler Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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The queers could almost pass for the same species as the straights.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: The queers could almost pass for the same species as the straights.
Perhaps nothing is as simple as it looks. Perhaps everything has another layer, a hidden room that only reveals itself when you accidentally stumble across the secret door.
Or perhaps I'm talking bollocks and it's time to go to bed.
Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: Perhaps nothing is as simple as it looks. Perhaps everything has another layer, a hidden
I'd had enough surprises in the last few months to know that you don't always find the answers you're looking for without finding about fifty unwanted ones first.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: I'd had enough surprises in the last few months to know that you don't always
On the way out, I hug Mum, holding her close. 'Thank you,' I whisper. 'For dinner - and for everything.'

Mum smiles and strokes my cheek. 'There's nothing to thank me for.
Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: On the way out, I hug Mum, holding her close. 'Thank you,' I whisper. 'For
For a second, I see into the future: she's old and grey, she has senile dementia and can't remember my name. The thought pretty much breaks my heart in two.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: For a second, I see into the future: she's old and grey, she has senile
The tail of Emily Windsnapeveryone has a secret . mines alittle different. i figured out i am a mermaid.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: The tail of Emily Windsnapeveryone has a secret . mines alittle different. i figured out
The worst part was the fear - looking down at the rushing water that seemed miles away. But once you were on that branch, there was no going back.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: The worst part was the fear - looking down at the rushing water that seemed
Her hair is tucked behind her ears, a few stray strands lazily brushing her cheek. I suddenly have the strongest sensation of wanting to reach out and curl them in place behind her ear.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: Her hair is tucked behind her ears, a few stray strands lazily brushing her cheek.
Through, but my shoulders were too big to follow. This wasn't going to work. Unless I swam through on my side ... I tried again, coming at the bars sideways. But it was no good. I couldn't squeeze my face through the gap. I never realized my nose stuck out that much! I held on to the bars, flicking my tail as I thought. Then it hit me. How could I have been so stupid? I turned to face them. Just like before, I edged my head through the bars, as slowly and carefully as I could. All I needed to do now was flip onto my side and pull the rest of my body through. But what if I got stuck - my head on one side, my body on the other, caught forever with my neck in these railings? Before I had time to talk myself out of it, I swiveled my body onto its side.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: Through, but my shoulders were too big to follow. This wasn't going to work. Unless
Well, the old Autumn didn't know anything about reality. The old Autumn was quite happy living in a childish make-believe world where bad things didn't happen and where you could make up whatever silly story you liked and tell yourself it was true.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: Well, the old Autumn didn't know anything about reality. The old Autumn was quite happy
Brightport looked so small: a cluster of low buildings, all huddled around a tiny horseshoe-shaped bay, a lighthouse at oneLiz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: Brightport looked so small: a cluster of low buildings, all huddled around a tiny horseshoe-shaped
Love doesn't discriminate and nor should the law. Not in this country, not in this world, not in this lifetime.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: Love doesn't discriminate and nor should the law. Not in this country, not in this
Miss Murray is leaning on the door. "Ash, come on. It's time to go." Her hand is so tight on the handle, her knuckles are pale. She's looking at the floor. "Miss Murray?"
"What?" She doesn't move.
I stare at her face but she doesn't return the look. "I love you."
The air in the room has frozen, every atom suspended. Then her tense body slackens. Her hand loosens its grip on the door and she turns her head slowly towards me. She meets my gaze for a moment. Her eyes have dark rings under them. Her forehead is creased with worry. Her cheeks are pale. I want to make it all OK. I want to make her happy. I desperately want to touch her face.
"I know," she says quietly.
Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: Miss Murray is leaning on the door. "Ash, come on. It's time to go." Her
Then she leans forward, and before I have time to say or think another word, she's kissing me. And I'm kissing her, too.
It starts almost in slow motion. Her lips, soft on mine, light little kisses, tiptoeing. Then she opens her mouth slightly, kissing me with more force. I keep thinking about how perfectly our mouths fit together. Her lips are so gentle, her tongue drawing me in. I'm losing myself in her.
Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: Then she leans forward, and before I have time to say or think another word,
The woods were deserted that day.
The stones stood still and silent, as though they were waiting for something. At the center of them all, a jagged piece of amber glowed in the growing darkness. Lights fizzed softly around it, turning pink, orange, purple, blue.
No one saw it. No one ever did. Why would they? No one knoew about its magic, not anymore. They had forgotten all about such magic a long, long time ago. About the same time they stopped believing in faries.
How foolish.
Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: The woods were deserted that day.The stones stood still and silent, as though they were
You can't make people stop loving each other just because a law says it's wrong.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: You can't make people stop loving each other just because a law says it's wrong.
Being someone's best friend doesn't always mean telling them every tiny thing about yourself, you know. Sometimes it means having enough trust to let them have their secrets and still be there for them.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: Being someone's best friend doesn't always mean telling them every tiny thing about yourself, you
I try to imagine keeping something like that a secret for my whole life. It would be like always wearing a mask over your face, which everyone believed was the real you. You would be the only person who knew it wasn't
and who knew that you could never take it off.
Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: I try to imagine keeping something like that a secret for my whole life. It
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire just started. She won't even notice I've gone!" He stuck his head around the door anyway. "Just heading out with Emily, Mom." "No, it's B, you idiot!" she shouted at the television.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire just started. She won't even notice I've gone!" He
Maybe superficial is exactly what I want right now. If you don't talk about anything that matters, no one can say anything that'll hurt you
and you don't have to talk about the things that are eating away at you from the inside.
Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: Maybe superficial is exactly what I want right now. If you don't talk about anything
But remember, it's just between you and me!Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: But remember, it's just between you and me!
It's official, then. Everyone knew I was gay before I did.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: It's official, then. Everyone knew I was gay before I did.
All that time I thought she was my future, I was wrong. She wasn't my future at all. She was the door to my future. But I'm through that door now, and ready to close it behind me.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: All that time I thought she was my future, I was wrong. She wasn't my
It's all very well going round with two fingers stuck up at the world, but what happens when the world turns round and sticks them back up at you?
The world's a lot bigger than I am.
Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: It's all very well going round with two fingers stuck up at the world, but
Question everything. Attempt the impossible. Be brave.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: Question everything. Attempt the impossible. Be brave.
But there would be no confrontation the next day. And for Tommy Williams, there would be no school, either. Because the moment he walked through the gap in the stones to leave the circle, something quiet unexpected happened.
Tommy, holding tightly on to his rock, took the step that divided the inside of the circle from the outside - and disappeared.
The woods suddenly felt colder than usual. The darkness hung more heavily.
The amber was gone - and now nothing would ever be the same.
Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: But there would be no confrontation the next day. And for Tommy Williams, there would
If you looked round the rooms, you wouldn't think there was anything missing. But it's like one of those Spot the difference cartoons in a puzzle book. The changes are so subtle, yet glaringly obvious once you've seen them. A photo missing here, a cup there. A heart a bit more broken than it was before.Liz Kessler Liz Kessler Sayings By Liz Kessler: If you looked round the rooms, you wouldn't think there was anything missing. But it's