Some of you may have seen the quotes I posted recently on Facebook and Twitter, all from my novel, Neither Here Nor There. In case you didn’t, or you want to see them again, here are all seventeen:

  • …she wasn’t there yet. Now, she was in limbo, neither here nor there.
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  • …staring at an image that was no longer there – as if the film had stuck just before she’d turned and left his line of vision.
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  • “Oh you British.” Claude had wrung his hands in mock despair. “You are so… so… réservé.”
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  • …what a street name… Snake Street. Did the name signify something? Was she being lured into a trap to receive a fatal bite?
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  • …she was alone in a strange land at the end of a single, short bus ride.
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  • Who was she indeed? A creature in metamorphosis, something between a caterpillar and a butterfly.
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  • What if she’d made a terrible mistake – one she’d regret all her life?
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  • “Do all the mothers on Mars have lots of babies?”NeitherHereNorThereCover
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  • …familiar but different, as if she were looking at a wall for the first time from the other side.
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  • Esty must have sensed his growing unease. “Wait. Please. There’s more.”
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  • “Maybe you could compromise your principles a little by agreeing to their terms.”
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  • “…as far as they’re concerned, I’m dead. Do you know what that feels like?”
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  • Now, finally, her punishment had come. She deserved whatever they were going to do to her.
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  • “You are where you need to be now. That’s all you need to remember.”
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  • “Sooner or later things will settle down and so will you – here where you belong.”
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  • “I’m beginning to think you were right all along. Extremism of any sort is dangerous.”
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  • Esty nodded. “Life is such a gamble. One wrong move and you can ruin it forever.”
    Noa looked straight into Esty’s eyes. “Look at it the other way. One right move and you will always be thankful.”

Neither Here Nor There by Miriam Drori is available from Amazon, Smashwords, Crooked Cat Books and The Book Depository.

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