John Lescroart’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite John Lescroart Quotes 

Love reading? Then it’s likely you will love a good quote from your favourite author. This article covers John Lescroart’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes that we at Australia Unwrapped have collected from some of his greatest works. John Lescroart 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 John Lescroart’s top 10 quotes is not easy, but here they are:

Popular Quotes

“here.” “You’ll get over it.”
― John Lescroart, The Fall

 “And then Ginny jumping in with, “So Donald Trump and Sarah Palin are both drowning in the pool right in front of you, and you know there’s only going to be a minute or two before one or both of them goes under. Here’s the question: What kind of sandwich do you make?”
― John Lescroart, Fatal

“So Donald Trump and Sarah Palin are both drowning in the pool right in front of you, and you know there’s only going to be a minute or two before one or both of them goes under. Here’s the question: What kind of sandwich do you make?”
― John Lescroart, Fatal

 “Julius Caesar: “There is a tide in the affairs of men, / Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune; / Omitted, all the voyage of their life / Is bound in shallows and in miseries.” He thought”
― John Lescroart, The Rule of Law

 “What was so tough, you had to get all worked up over them? He didn’t get it. You just did your job, you were faithful to your wife, you stuck by your friends. That was it.”
― John Lescroart, Dead Irish

 “In Land of Milk and Money, Anthony Barcellos mines rich family history to create a full-blooded tale that readers will find insightful, rewarding, and entertaining.”
― John Lescroart

“A loving person lives in a loving world. A hostile person lives in a hostile world: everyone you meet is your mirror. —Ken Keyes, Jr.”
― John Lescroart, The Fall

 “The essence of fascism is to make laws forbidding everything and then enforce them selectively against your enemies.”
― John Lescroart, A Plague of Secrets

“You ever think that life is something that happens and that you’re not ever completely prepared for?”
― John Lescroart, The Vig

“Nothing spells trouble like two drunk cowboys with a rocket launcher.”
― John Lescroart, Poison

10 Famous Quotes by Author John Lescroart

10 quotes by John Lescroart 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 John Lescroart 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 John Lescroart Quote. 

One Final Bonus – John Lescroart Quote 

“I didn’t write it to try to teach anything. My goal was just to figure out for myself what worked and why it worked. That’s what the writing’s about—not the magazine articles so much, but the books. Figuring stuff out.” “Taking other people there too.” “Maybe, hopefully, that happens in the process if I write it right. Which I suppose is why the books sell. And that just shows that there must be a lot of us in the same boat. Maybe most of us.” “So.” Gina hesitated, then figured what the hell. She wanted to know. “What about writer’s block? Do you ever get that?” “No. I don’t.” “Never?” Now Stuart broke one of his first true smiles. “I’m talking to a writer, aren’t I?” Gina lifted her shoulders, let them down. “Halfway through a bad legal thriller. Wondering how you get all the way to the end.” “Just keep going.” “Ha.” “Well, it’s what I do. I suppose I get times where the ideas don’t exactly flow, but the best definition of writer’s block I ever heard was that it was a failure of nerve. It’s not something outside of you, trying to stop you. It’s your own fear that you won’t say it right, or get it right, or won’t be smart or clever enough. But once you acknowledge it’s just fear, you decide you’re not going to let it beat you, and you keep pushing on. Kind of like climbing Whitney. Except that if it’s never any fun, then maybe it’s something inside trying to tell you that you probably don’t want to be a writer. You’re not having fun with your book?” “Not too much. Some. At the beginning. Then I got all hung up on whether anyone would want to read it and if they’d care about my characters and I started writing for them, those imaginary, in-the-future readers, whoever they might be.” “Well, yeah, but that’s not why you write. You write to see where you’re gonna go. At least I do. And in your case, nobody’s paying you for your stuff yet, are they?” “No. Hardly.” “Well, then just do it for yourself and have some fun with it. Or start another story that you like better. Or take up cooking instead. Or get up to the mountains more. But if you want to write, write. A page a day, and in a year you’ve got a book. And anybody who can’t write a page a day…well, there’s a clue that maybe you’re not a writer.” “A page a day…” “Cake,” Stuart said.”

― John Lescroart, The Suspect

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