Elizabeth Haydon: Author Bio About and Best Quotes

Ten of My Favorite Elizabeth Haydon Quotes 

Quotes, who doesn’t love a good quote? This series of articles we look at Top 10 Famous Quotes by Author Elizabeth Haydon, author quotes are always a challenge and fun to pick, with Elizabeth Haydon you will find my Ten favorites of Elizabeth Haydon’s quotes. 

About Elizabeth Haydon

Elizabeth Haydon was born from 1965 in Michigan, which is where she grew up. In 1999, she published her debut novel, Rhapsody: Child of Blood, which drew comparison to Goodkind, Jordan, and even Tolkien. There are two fantasy series that she has written that are set within the same universe: the fantasy/romance/whodunit fusion series called The Symphony of Ages and the young adult series entitled The Lost Journals of Ven Polypheme.

Elizabeth Haydon is an herbalist, harpist, madrigal singer, as well as an anthropology and folklore enthusiast. On the East Coast of the United States, she lives with her husband and two children.

Born: January 01, 1965, The United States
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
 

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Popular Quotes

“Ryle Hira: Life is what it is”
― Elizabeth Haydon, Rhapsody: Child of Blood

 “Hello, Lucy. Do you name all your weapons, Grunthor?”

“O’ course. It’s tradition.”

Rhapsody nodded, understanding coming into her eyes. “That makes perfect sense. Do you find that you fight better with a weapon you’ve named?”

“Yep.”

Her eyes began to sparkle with excitement. “Why, Grunthor, in a way, you’re a Namer, too!”

The giant broke into a pleased grin. “Well, whaddaya know. Should Oi sing a lit’le song?”

“No,” said Rhapsody and Achmed in unison.”
― Elizabeth Haydon, Rhapsody: Child of Blood

“The corn is planted first, followed by beans, then squash between the rows.They are called the Three Sisters. They sustain each other, the earth, and us. But the Big Ones do not know that. They do not care for the earth, and its children, properly.”
― Elizabeth Haydon, The Dragon’s Lair

 “Take the Friendmaker, for instance. Oi called ‘im that , and now, when people see ‘im, they instantly want to be my friend. Those that live, o’ course.” – Grunthor”
― Elizabeth Haydon, Rhapsody: Child of Blood

 “Second, and far more important: tuck your chin. You’re going to get hurt, so expect it and be ready. You may as well see it coming.”
― Elizabeth Haydon, Rhapsody: Child of Blood

 “Oi’m always noble, sir; it’s in my blood. ’As been ever since Oi ate that knight a few years back. Why?”
― Elizabeth Haydon, Rhapsody: Child of Blood

“Tell people the hammered truth, and it will ring like steel against an anvil.”
― Elizabeth Haydon, The Floating Island

 “We each have our belssings and our curses. In the end it makes us equals.”
― Elizabeth Haydon, The Floating Island

“Allo, darlin’. Oi’m so glad to see it’s love at first sight for you, too.”
― Elizabeth Haydon, Rhapsody: Child of Blood

“Don’t panic. Panic will kill you when nothing else wants to.”
― Elizabeth Haydon, Rhapsody: Child of Blood

10 Famous Quotes by Author Elizabeth Haydon

So there you have it my Ten favorite quotes by Elizabeth Haydon, please comment below and share your favorite quotes by the fantastic author Elizabeth Haydon.  Furthermore, if you find any Authors not covered for there, top 10 quotes let me know and I will review their works and find some of their best quotes as has been done here for Elizabeth Haydon. 

One Final Bonus – Elizabeth Haydon Quote 

“So now you know that, as dark as the depths of the sea may be, as dark as the night gets without a moon, it is not really true darkness. It’s just waiting for light to return. There are places that are truly dark in this world, Ven, but this place here, this open stretch of sea where you are floating, is not one of them. It’s not really dark here – it’s just night. If you hang on and stay awake, in a short while the edges of the sky will start to turn gray, then pink, and the sun will rise, and there will be blue above and all around you again.”

― Elizabeth Haydon, The Floating Island

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Also see: Elizabeth Haynes: Author Bio About and Best Quotes

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