Laura Anne Gilman’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes
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Ten of My Favourite Laura Anne Gilman Quotes 

Laura Anne Gilman, a writer whom I am guessing you love? Here are our 10 best Laura Anne Gilman 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 Laura Anne Gilman’s top 10 popular and famous quotes. Like every good writer Laura Anne Gilman made a number of memorable quotes, here are some of our favourites: 

Popular Quotes

“I am a trained professional liar. Do not read me as a textbook.”
― Laura Anne Gilman

 “Manhattan in the morning is a living stream of Purpose; everyone’s got a place to be and a problem on their mind. That doesn’t mean it’s and unfriendly place — just busy and preoccupied. Personally, I love it. I’m a social creature but there are times and places you just don’t want to do more than grunt at your fellow human being.”
― Laura Anne Gilman

“Sir Rheynold had always taught him that you needed to establish control the first time someone questioned your authority, not the sixth or seventh time. By then it was too late and your weakness was known.”
― Laura Anne Gilman, Morgain’s Revenge

 “Power consumed power. It would duel until only one remained if it was not held in check. She was the check. She was the silver on the road.”
― Laura Anne Gilman, Silver on the Road

 “You couldn’t get that much under someone’s skin, that much in their blood, and not know exactly how to hurt them, even without trying.”
― Laura Anne Gilman, Staying Dead

 “I’m not so arrogant to think I’m the only guide someone needs … but I might be the guide that someone needs.”
― Laura Anne Gilman

“Clever’s not enough to hold me – I want characters who are more than devices to be moved about for Effect.”
― Laura Anne Gilman

 “There were days Gabriel wondered why they didn’t just hand everything over to women and be done with it.”
― Laura Anne Gilman, Red Waters Rising

“Civilization did not come with fire. It came with the discovery of how to use fire to heat water.”
― Laura Anne Gilman

“Question, witch-child. Question especially those who would define ‘evil’ for you.”
― Laura Anne Gilman, Morgain’s Revenge

10 Famous Quotes by Author Laura Anne Gilman

Quotes for all, here you found our selection of 10 Laura Anne Gilman quotes. Make sure you help by commenting your best laura anne gilman quote below and sharing our favourite 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 Laura Anne Gilman. However, feel free to comment below if you disagree or would like to include some other great and memorable Laura Anne Gilman quotes in our list. 

One Final Bonus – Laura Anne Gilman Quote 

“nondairy crap. I went to the counter and pulled out a mug, pouring a dose of black tarry stuff I wouldn’t feed a rat, and adding as much sugar and milk to it as I could, to try to make it palatable. Didn’t really help, but it was something to do. Sharon went back to her newspaper, and NickOne stared into space, as if he was having some in-depth conversation with space aliens. That left NickTwo and Pietr as possible conversationalists. I sat on the only remaining chair, balanced my mug of coffee on my knee, and waited. Time passed. Finally, bored out of my skull, I turned to Pietr on my left. “So why are you here?” “My parole officer said I needed to prove I’d gone on a job interview, to keep from going back to jail.” NickTwo blinked—I guess they hadn’t gotten around to that topic of conversation yet—but Pietr looked dead serious, so he was either dead serious, or a better joker than I could ever manage. Or, possibly, both. “Seriously?” NickTwo asked, his brown eyes going wide and kidlike in awe. “For serious, yes.” Then he cracked a smile, and shook his head. “Nah. But it was strongly suggested to me by persons of importance that I get a job to keep me out of trouble. So when this call came I figured, what the hell.” “I think they’d need a lot more than a job to keep you out of trouble,” NickTwo said, leaning back in his chair with a vaguely disgruntled look. Looked as though I wasn’t the only one to have pegged Pietr straightaway. He didn’t take offense—just the opposite, actually. “You’re probably right. What’s your excuse for being here?” NickTwo shrugged, his skinny arms rising in a very Gallic shrug. “I graduated, got a part-time job that pays pretty well, doesn’t eat my life…and it’s boring the hell out of me. The message I got said I’d find this of interest. So…. I’m waiting for them to interest me.” “Same here,” Sharon said, raising her head from the newspaper without even pretending that she hadn’t been eavesdropping. “I’m a paralegal. Good money, no future, boring as hell. My message told me that, if I wanted to stop wasting my life, to show up here, at this time.” She folded the newspaper and put it on the floor next to her chair. “How ’bout you, big guy?” NickOne blinked and came back to us. “Nifty.” “What?” “My teammates call me Nifty.” I mentally patted myself on the back. Teammates, yep. Point to me. And ohmahgawd and holy shit. “You’re Nifty Lawrence.” I didn’t mean for my voice to squeak, but it did anyway. I’d dated a guy in college who was totally into football, not the pros but the college games, and Nifty Lawrence was supposed to be hot enough for the first round of the draft when he graduated, which would have been last year. “Hands like a god, could catch anything on the field, including low-flying seagulls,” my ex had claimed. So why the hell was he here, instead of sweating out the coaching appraisals and counting his cash? “I am.” He looked sort of embarrassed by that fact, and tugged at the sleeve of his navy jacket as though he’d just realized he was wearing it and wondered how that happened. “And before you ask, I looked around, and decided that maybe just being good enough to go pro wasn’t reason to do it. I mean, I’m good but I didn’t love it. Getting my MBA and finding a corner office somewhere seemed smarter than spending five or ten years getting my head knocked to the turf. Only it takes money to pay for grad school, even with loans. So, I need a job, too.” My opinion of his brains went up, considerably. “So what about you?” he asked me. “Boredom, or desperation, or something else entirely?” “All of the above, I think. A whim? I was curious to see what the deal was.” I looked around, suddenly struck by a thought. “You guys all had messages—did they all say 2 p.m.?” “Yeah,” Nick said, and Nifty nodded. Sharon frowned, obviously thinking the same thing I was, but Pietr was the one who said it. “Who schedules five interviews”
― Laura Anne Gilman, Hard Magic

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