145+ Best Quotes by famous Novelists

Novelists are the persons who are the authors of many genres, be it fiction or non-fiction. The novelists are the people who influence millions of readers with their creations.

This impact on the readers becomes so strong that they even argue among themselves regarding the various interpretations left upon them.

Novelists have long been successful in motivating readers through their works. They did not restrain themselves to their writings only but also said inspirational and motivational quotes, which have been extremely helpful for the fans and the fandom as a whole.


Quotes by World famous Novelists

-One should take action slowly and wisely. Those who are very fast are the ones to face more hurdles. – William Shakespeare

-Whenever I encounter an adult riding a bicycle, I can restrain myself from worrying about the future of the human race. –H.G. Wells

-The mode of communication by the gift of electricity will never be able to replace the communication that people use to have face-to-face with the person who motivates them and increases their bravery. –Charles Dickens

-You will have friends if your sense of right or wrong has approved you, and you have no feeling of guilt for what you have done even when the world is against you and consider you wicked. –Charlotte Bronte

-I want the lights to be turned on because I do not feel like returning to my home in the dark. –O. Henry

-All the pain is surrounded by a person who observes everything very closely. –Virginia Woolf

-There exists a difference between a saint and a sinner. And that difference is that all the saints have a past and all the sinners will have a future. –Oscar Wilde

-An arrogant person thinks of him as perfect, and this is the major harm done by arrogance. This acts as a hindrance to a person’s aim of becoming a better person. –Leo Tolstoy

-All the bad things may turn into even worse things. –Thomas Hardy

-The person with no expectations is blessed because he will never be disappointed. –Jonathan Swift

-All the people in this world are traveling in its wilderness, and all that a person needs in this journey is a true friend. –Robert Louis Stevenson

-You should love everyone and trust a handful, but never do anything wrong to anyone. –William Shakespeare.

-Love is the honey of that flower whose name is life. –Victor Hugo

-Only the people helping themselves would be helped by God. –Benjamin Franklin

-Half of the world fails to understand the other half’s happiness. –Jane Austen

-A woman is lucky if her husband is an archaeologist because the older she gets, the more interest is developed her husband on her. –Agatha Christie

-The thing that really matters is what you do with your possessions. –H.G. Wells

-You are preparing to fail when you choose not to prepare for a task. –Benjamin Franklin

-It is better to do work than just say about it. –Benjamin Franklin

-Your identity is what you perceive yourself as. –Paulo Coelho

-People who are saying that a thing cannot be done are the people who are being interrupted by others when they are actually doing it. –James Baldwin

-You need to understand your worth, which means you need to fight for your own happiness. –Ayn Rand

-A marriage is a friendship that has been recognized by the cops. –Robert Louis Stevenson

-I just wish that people actually get to live for all the days he survives. –Jonathan Swift

-The association that does all the violence to us is what we call the government. –Leo Tolstoy

-My tastes are simple. I find the best things to be satisfactory. –Oscar Wilde

-One must write what they like because there is no other rule to be followed. –O. Henry

-Your enthusiasm is truly admirable when it is true, and I like it whenever I come across true enthusiasm. –Charlotte Bronte

-A resolution is not made against any evil unless the evil becomes so severe that there is no room for avoiding that evil. –Thomas Hardy

-The talent of a person in his youth is an invention, and a person’s talent when he is aged is that of judgment. –Jonathan Swift

-You raise my hand if you believe in telekinetics. –Kurt Vonnegut

-Forgiving your enemy is what annoys them the most. –Oscar Wilde

-Greatness is found in the absence of simplicity, truth, and goodness. –Leo Tolstoy

-Avoiding life will not allow you to find peace. –Virginia Woolf

-All your stress vanishes out of the window when you sit in the car. –Dan Brown

-One must be very careful about the senses, and automatically, the sounds will be careful about themselves. –Lewis Carroll

-Cleaning the dishes is the best time for planning and preparing for a new book. –Agatha Christie

-You cannot show sympathy to the person who does not complain about the problem that he or she is facing or has faced. –Jane Austen

-The goal of being appreciated and accepted universally is truly unrealistic. –Dan Brown

-You may find laziness to be attractive, but you will find satisfaction in work. –Anne Frank

-The sun will rise, and the darkest of all nights is bound to end. –Victor Hugo

-Although the world will probably be able to deal with the issues it has but I believe that a reasonable man should have a behavior that expresses that he is sure of it. –H.G. Wells

-Men would choose not to marry if they get the idea about how women spend their pass time if they are alone. –O. Henry

-If a person is too rigid in his principles, then he would fail to see anybody else. –Agatha Christie

-All the popular things tend to be wrong. –Oscar Wilde

-You will find no person who turned into a poor person by giving away things. –Anne Frank

-The people who lighten the burden on others are certainly not useless. –Charles Dickens

-The religions that we have are enough to make us hate one another, but there is no religion that will make us love each other. –Jonathan Swift

-My books have been written from the point of view, which is very skeptical, and that is why they have got mainstream success. –Dan Brown

-Serving humanity is the main reason for our lives. –Leo Tolstoy

-If a man has been provided with enough rope, then he will end up hanging himself up. –Charlotte Bronte

-I have been able to prove by trial that the letter you write in an hour will take only about three minutes to read it completely. –Lewis Carroll

-You should change what you don’t like. And if you cannot change it, then you should change your attitude. –Maya Angelou

-If you really want to know what style is, then I would say that it is using the most suitable words in suitable places. –Jonathan Swift

-Some of people make everyone wherever they go, and some people make everyone happy whenever they go. –Oscar Wilde

-It can be seen that all the murderers were once very good friends of the victim. –Agatha Christie

-All the poets have their respective manners, and they have morals too, but the custom has been to not involve in any argument with them. –Thomas Hardy

-People are not weak, they do not have less strength than anyone. They just lack the willingness to do. –Victor Hugo

-We should be moral, and we should certainly turn over our minds about existence. –Charles Dickens

-Evil is no superhuman in any way. It is inferior to all humans. –Agatha Christie

-A man who never wished to be younger is a wise man. –Jonathan Swift

-You should make the tasteless dough of your existence tasty by adding the raisins of conversations in it. –O. Henry 

-Liberty is the price that we pay at times for the money that we have. –Robert Louis Stevenson

-You must arrange all the pieces that come in between you and your destination. –Virginia Woolf

-It is the truth that must be spoken always, and before speaking, one should always think, and after this, it should be written down. –Lewis Carroll

-Success and science are similar because if you have the proper conditions, then you obtain the results. –Oscar Wilde.

-All the things that I understand are only because of love. –Leo Tolstoy

-I always choose to look upwards and do not choose to look forward or backward. –Charlotte Bronte

-If you find that things are not in your favor in this month, then surely they will be in your favor the next month. –Jane Austen

-Success is not the same as committing a mistake but not making the same mistake a second time. –George Bernard Shaw

-Amid all the movements and chaotic situations, you should preserve the calmness in you. –Deepak Chopra

-Everyone else has been taken, and so you should be yourself. –Oscar Wilde

-I would always argue that war makes a good history, but peace never does it. Peace always does a poor reading. –Thomas Hardy

-All professions need some thought and preparation, but the only exception where this is not required is the profession of politics. –Robert Louis Stevenson

-Balancing everything in life is good but what is better than this is keeping everything in harmony. –Victor Hugo

-I wonder how to fool the person was or rather what fool the person was by whom kissing was invented for the first time. –Jonathan Swift

-The gray area between what is correct and what is not has always been fascinating to me, and I love it very much. –Dan Brown

-You will find that everyone is after bringing a change in the world but not in himself. –Leo Tolstoy

quotes by famous novelists

-Presently I get no time to read. I had done all the readings before I was twenty years old. –O. Henry

-The body can be killed, but the spirit can never be killed. –Robert Louis Stevenson

-No one should be trusted when it comes to large sums of money. –Agatha Christie

-Our true identity is shown by the choices we make, not by the abilities that we have. –J.K.Rowling 

-We can define morality as the attitude that we have towards the people whom we dislike. –Oscar Wilde

-If so many men can have so many minds, then so many hearts signify that so many forms of love are around. –Leo Tolstoy

-Hiding things from the people with whom I am attached is something that is not in my nature because how can I even keep my mouth closed in front of the people to whom my heart has been opened? –Charles Dickens

-I do not wish for people who agree with what I say most of the time because I do not want to end up like people much. –Jane Austen

-I find that death and monotony are almost the same things. –Charlotte Bronte

-You will fail to tell the truth about others if you do not tell the truth about yourself. –Virginia Woolf

-The very moment people start agreeing with me, I start feeling that I must be wrong. –Oscar Wilde

-The concepts of morality and of conventionality are not the same in any way. –Charlotte Bronte

-The man who ate an oyster for the very first time in this world was a bold man indeed. –Jonathan Swift

-One of the luckiest things that a person can possess is nothing but just a simple and happy childhood. –Agatha Christie

-Life is impossible when I do not know exactly what I am and why exactly I am here. –Leo Tolstoy

-I believe it is better if you are not having any logic than to not having any feeling at all. –Charlotte Bronte

-I do not understand why men find all the women to be more interesting although all women do not find men to be that interesting. –Virginia Woolf

-I am not a bird, and there is no net that will be able to ensnare me. I am a human being who has the will of her own and that will is not manipulated by others. –Charlotte Bronte

-The difference between the masculine and the feminine gender is that females can never be disarmed if they are given a compliment but this is not the case with males. –Oscar Wilde

-we did not win because we told ourselves the same. –Leo Tolstoy

-We all have the idea what a parliament is really is, and we all are truly ashamed of it. –Robert Louis Stevenson

-According to me, a poet should always express the emotions of varying age groups and his own thoughts. –Thomas Hardy

-A man is wise when his head has got money but there is room for it in his heart. –Jonathan Swift

-I have developed the interest in the secret societies out of many reasons. Of those, I can discuss few and the rest I cannot. –Dan Brown

-Most of the time, it is very certain that good advice will not be accepted, but that is not the reason why one should stop advising people. –Agatha Christie


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