3 Day Quote Challenge – Day 1

The ah-mazing Arden @ Phantom Paper tagged me in the 3 Day Quote Challenge a month back. Thank you so much for the tag! If you haven’t yet discovered that Phantom Paper is one of the most marvelous book bloggers out there, you really should hop over to her blog to see for yourself (after you’ve read this post, of course lol).

I’m so happy that I was tagged in this because I love quotes. I always try to have my phone close by when I read so that I can make a memo of any quotes I happen to come across. Kindle books are pretty cool in this regard as I can highlight books and the quotes are automatically stored in Goodreads.

I’ll be sharing some of my favourite quotes in the next three days!



  • Thank the person who nominated you.
  • Post a quote for three consecutive days (1 quote for each day).
  • Share why this quote appeals so much to you.
  • Nominate 3 different bloggers


Quote of the day

Quote challenge1

I read Circe by Madeline Miller only two months ago but it became an instant favourite. One of the things in Circe that moved me so much was Madeline Miller’s skill with words. There were so many quotes that were beautiful.

I chose this one because I love how dramatic it is. And you know what, sometimes life is super epic. To me, this quote illustrates perfectly how some people can be bad for you but you still yearn to have them in your life.

Quote in text: He was another knife I could feel it. A different sort, but a knife still. I did not care. I thought: give me the blade. Some things are worth spilling blood for. – Circe by Madeline Miller.


I Tag:

Kaleena @ Reader Voracious,

Caro @ The Bookcheshire Cat,


Princess of Pages

I would love to know some quotes you loved! But don’t feel forced to do the challenge if you don’t want to 😊


What do you think of the quote? Do you have any favourite quotes?

Thank you so much for reading!

– Pauliina



6 thoughts on “3 Day Quote Challenge – Day 1

    • No problem! 😊 Circe is such an amazing book!! I hope you pick it up soon, I just constantly want to reread it and I have to keep telling myself that it’s too early for that and I have loads of good books in my tbr πŸ˜‚


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