Top 10 Famous Quotes by Author Jenny Colgan
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Ten of My Favourite Jenny Colgan Quotes 

Love reading? Then it’s likely you will love a good quote from your favourite author. This article covers Jenny Colgan’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes that we at Australia Unwrapped have collected from some of his greatest works. Jenny Colgan quotes to remember and here you will find 10 of the best. A memorable quote can stay with you and can be used along your journey. Choosing Jenny Colgan’s top 10 quotes is not easy, but here they are:

Popular Quotes

“I have a head for business and a body for sin. Unfortunately, the sin appears to be gluttony.”
― Jenny Colgan, Meet Me at the Cupcake Café

 “Some people buried their fears in food, she knew, and some in booze, and some in planning elaborate engagements and weddings and other life events that took up every spare moment of their time, in case unpleasant thoughts intruded. But for Nina, whenever reality, or the grimmer side of reality, threatened to invade, she always turned to a book. Books had been her solace when she was sad; her friends when she was lonely. They had mended her heart when it was broken, and encouraged her to hope when she was down. Yet”
― Jenny Colgan, The Little Shop of Happy Ever After

“There was a universe inside every human being every bit as big as the universe outside them. Books were the best way Nina knew – apart from, sometimes, music – to breach the barrier, to connect the internal universe with the external, the words acting merely as a conduit between the two worlds.”
― Jenny Colgan, The Bookshop on the Corner

 “I think love is caramel. Sweet and fragant; always welcome. It is the gentle golden colour of a setting harvest sun; the warmth of a squeezed embrace; the easy melting of two souls into one and a taste that lingers even when everything else has melted away. Once tasted it is never forgotten.”
― Jenny Colgan, Welcome to Rosie Hopkins’ Sweet Shop of Dreams

 “Just do something. You might make a mistake, then you can fix it. But if you do nothing, you can’t fix anything. And your life might turn out full of regrets.”
― Jenny Colgan, The Little Shop of Happy Ever After

 “We’d even devised the Buffy scale of life relationships: you start off wanting Xander, spend your twenties going out with Spike and setttle down with giles.”
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“Life was always easier, reflected Issy, when you were carrying a large Tupperware full of cakes. Everyone was happy to see you then.”
― Jenny Colgan, Meet Me at the Cupcake Café

 “Because every day with a book is slightly better than one without, and I wish you nothing but the happiest of days. Now,”
― Jenny Colgan, The Bookshop on the Corner

“Because every day with a book is slightly better than one without, and I wish you nothing but the happiest of days.”
― Jenny Colgan, The Bookshop on the Corner

“I am of the old-fashioned conviction that reading is a pleasure to be carefully guarded at all times”
― Jenny Colgan, The Bookshop on the Corner

10 Famous Quotes by Author Jenny Colgan

10 quotes by Jenny Colgan there you go! It’s never an easy task picking the best quotations from great writers, so please if you disagree or have more to add, please comment and share your opinions. My 10 greatest Jenny Colgan quotes will likely be different from yours; however, that’s the best thing about them, each quote can mean something different to each person. So don’t wait, comment and shares your best Jenny Colgan Quote. 

One Final Bonus – Jenny Colgan Quote 

“Dear ignoramuses,

Halloween is not ‘a yankee holiday’ celebrated only by gigantic toddlers wearing baseball caps back to front and spraying ‘automobiles’ with eggs. This is ignorance.

Halloween is an ancient druidic holiday, one the Celtic peoples have celebrated for millennia. It is the crack between the last golden rays of summer and the dark of winter; the delicately balanced tweak of the year before it is given over entirely to the dark; a time for the souls of the departed to squint, to peek and perhaps to travel through the gap. What could be more thrilling and worthy of celebration than that? It is a time to celebrate sweet bounty, as the harvest is brought in. It is a time of excitement and pleasure for children before the dark sets in. We should all celebrate that.

Pinatas on the other hand are heathen monstrosities and have no place in a civilised society.”

― Jenny Colgan, Welcome To Rosie Hopkins’ Sweetshop Of Dreams

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