Debra Dunbar: Author Bio About and Best Quotes

Ten of My Favorite Debra Dunbar Quotes 

Debra Dunbar, a writer whom I am guessing you love? Here are our 10 best Debra Dunbar quotes for you to enjoy. At Australia Unwrapped we believe every book has at least one quotable line, and our mission is to find them all. Here you will find Debra Dunbar’s top 10 popular and famous quotes. Like every good writer Debra Dunbar made a number of memorable quotes, here are some of our favorites: 

About Debra Dunbar

Currently, Debra lives in a little house in the woods in Maryland with her three sons, as well as a Noah’s ark of four-legged family members. She works as a corporate employee during the day, and when the kids are tucked in bed at night, she writes novels in her spare time.

It is no secret that she drives a 2005 Ford Excursion, affectionately called The Beast, is unable to carry a tune even if you taped it to her back, and enjoys the occasional cosmopolitan (heavy on the vodka, of course). In good days, she jogs and goes horseback riding, hopefully managing to keep the horse between herself and the ground at all times.

As far as we know, her only superpower is the ability to identify roadkill.

Born: The United States
Twitter: debra_dunbar
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Romance, Mystery & Thrillers
 

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Popular Quotes

“This is a complete assembly intercourse.” It took me a second to realize what he meant. “Cluster fuck, babe. The term is cluster fuck.”
― Debra Dunbar, Kingdom of Lies

 “It’s perfect,” Gregory handed the horse back to me. “And it has such feeling and expression to it. That I expected, but I would never have expected this level of detail from a demon. Honestly, I would have expected you to shoot the bottles off the railing or twist them into a horrific mass. Not create this delicate thing of beauty.”
“There is equal beauty in the things called horrific. The act of destruction is an expression of beauty, too. I destroyed the bottle to make the horse. Is a pretty glass horse worth the loss of a bottle, but the sound of shattered glass and bits flying through the air isn’t? Is transformation only worthy if you approve of the end result?”
― Debra Dunbar, A Demon Bound

“Okay, I would love to have sex in the tub.”
“Sounds fun.” His hands moved slowly over my skin.
I was encouraged by how he’d accepted my first form, by how quickly he’d accepted my assurances of what he meant to me. So I let it all out with uncharacteristic honesty.
“A tub filled with blood. I can strangle you right before you orgasm. Not kill you, just suffocate you enough to give it that great edge. With a noose made of intestines. Maybe I’ll gnaw on the other end.” My voice trailed off as I imagined it all. I was so turned on.”
― Debra Dunbar, Satan’s Sword

 “I try to never miss the Zumba class since I believe comedy is a great way to start your week.
…It was great fun, although I had to hold myself back from turning it into a giant mosh pit slam dance. Last time I did that they kicked me out for a month. Today I enjoyed watching an 80 year old lady – with a cane no less – shimmy, her boobs flying like weapons around her waist.”
― Debra Dunbar, A Demon Bound

 “There is equal beauty in the things called horrific. The act of destruction is an expression of beauty, too. I destroyed the bottle to make the horse. Is a pretty glass horse worth the loss of a bottle, but the sound of shattered glass and bits flying through the air isn’t? Is transformation only worthy if you approve of the end result?”
― Debra Dunbar, A Demon Bound

 “Confident, assertive, wily. Angel of Justice. Angel of Vengeance. The Trickster. The Iblis. I was the devil’s advocate, and my job was to provide much–needed balance. How ironic that the very concept I scorned was what I was meant to create.”
― Debra Dunbar, Angel of Chaos

“Do I look like I’m compelled to do anything? Do I seriously look like anyone could compel me to even bring them a coaster?”
She looked me over again. “You look like you’re compelled to cause trouble, but I doubt that’s the boss’ directive.”
― Debra Dunbar, A Demon Bound

 “Oaths were important to word correctly, but Gregory could be forgiven for his lapse. It wasn’t every day that his demon lover took a member of his choir hostage, beat the shit out of the guy and kept him a starving captive in her basement.”
― Debra Dunbar, Angel of Chaos

“Well, the Taco Bell burrito scale of immense magnitude returned an ‘r’ factor of point eight six. Then when I applied the nose-picking coefficient, I discovered a multivariate numeration of nine dot oh sixteen on the Richter scale.”
― Debra Dunbar, Devil’s Paw

“I’m assuming the widened eyes and squished up mouth are your way of entreating me to take you to the train station and help you question the humans. Either that or you’re constipated.” “I’m not constipated.” I resumed The Look.”
― Debra Dunbar, Kingdom of Lies

10 Famous Quotes by Author Debra Dunbar

Quotes for all, here you found our selection of 10 Debra Dunbar quotes. Make sure you help by commenting your best Debra Dunbar quote below and sharing our favorite authors so we can look them up, read some of their works and give you the best quotes we can find. We hope you enjoyed our top 10 quotes by Debra Dunbar. However, feel free to comment below if you disagree or would like to include some other great and memorable Debra Dunbar quotes in our list. 

One Final Bonus – Debra Dunbar Quote 

“He shook his head in exasperation. “Are you sure you’re not a Succubus? You seem really obsessed with the sin of lust.”

“It’s a good sin. I like gluttony an awful lot, too. Sloth has its moments, but I just don’t understand acedia at all. I mean, what the f**k is that anyway? Oh, and greed is good, to quote Gordon Gekko. Anger, envy and pride,” I ticked them off on my fingers. “I don’t often have much use for them. It’s a shortcoming that I’m hoping to correct in the next millennium or two. I’m not very old; I can’t be expected to have mastered them all yet.”

“I think you’ve worked too hard on some of those,” he said dryly. “Maybe you should switch over to virtues instead. Give yourself a much needed break.”

Virtues? Yeah, right.

“Virtues are too difficult,” I told him, shaking my head. “Look how old you are and you’ve hardly made a dent in them. I’ll admit, you seem to have zeal nailed, as well as faith and temperance. Self control? I’ve got my doubts based on your recent actions. I’m not seeing the kindness, love or generosity, either. That humility thing seems to be pretty far beyond your reach, too. Really, really far. I’m sorry to tell you this, but from what I can see, the sin of pride is a major component of your character. Dude, you’re f**king old. You should have these things pretty well ticked off your shopping list by now. I’m seriously disappointed. Seriously.”
― Debra Dunbar, A Demon Bound

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