Wen Spencer Quotes.

1. "Hate has always been the blinder used by those who own slaves. It allows those they enslave to only see those who escaped the yoke, and not the one that sits holding the reins. The moment you hear anyone fear-mongering and pointing fingers, you should look for the shackle on your ankle. Don’t"
- Wen Spencer, Project Elfhome

2. "By lifting Widget up, Law had given her the power to help others. They were daisy-chained together; acts of goodwill looped back around. Law had saved Windwolf. He had protected her without even knowing how much he owed her. Tinker saved the tengu, and they in turn protected Usagi and her children. Around and around, kindness being paid forward until it returned. It was what Pittsburgh needed. What Elfhome needed; people helping one another without concern of clan or race or species."
- Wen Spencer, Project Elfhome

3. "If you constantly compare this moment with some perfection that you imagined, you are fated to be forever disappointed. Adventure is the unforeseen, not the expected. Blithe"
- Wen Spencer, Project Elfhome

4. "Are you some kind of tree police? Joshua asked without opening his eyes. Do you feel as if you have some kind of civic duty to come out here and—and—annoy the hell out of me? Well—yes—I do have a civic duty to stop you—that is—if you needed stopping. If you’d kept to simple tree assault, I would have just kept watching. It was fairly entertaining, in a train wreck kind of way. You’ve moved up to tree homicide. Homicide? Joshua opened his eyes to give the man an annoyed glare. That implies intent. At most, this is tree slaughter. Maybe even just reckless endangerment—it might not be dead. They eyed the tree in silence. His kick had sheered the tree trunk off five inches from the roots, leaving behind a jagged white stump, flowing with sap. No, that’s dead, the man said. Yeah. Joshua had to agree. It occurred to Joshua that this person might be undercover cop or some off-duty park ranger or a very lost Canadian Mountie or something. He’d seen Joshua destroy a piece of public property worth hundreds of dollars. The man might try to arrest him. That wouldn’t end well for either one of them."
- Wen Spencer, The Black Wolves of Boston

5. "It was comforting for only a moment. Then Joshua realized that the dude still had a seriously huge knife in his hand. The part of him that was crying like a kicked puppy took off running. Unfortunately it took the rest of him with it. No! Nononono! He cried even as he bolted. This was what scared him about being a werewolf. He wasn’t in control of his body anymore. Because of his last name and small size, he’d always been a target of bullies. He’d learned early that they could hurt him but they couldn’t control him if he didn’t let them. And then he learned martial arts and they couldn’t even hurt him anymore. In the last twenty-four hours, it had been as if he was strapped into a rollercoaster: all he could do was go for the ride and scream a lot."
- Wen Spencer, The Black Wolves of Boston

6. "He knew nothing about werewolves but what was in the movies. He hadn’t even believed they existed until he was attacked. The tall dude, though, knew. Joshua managed to force his body to make a left-hand turn at the corner, and again once he was across the street, and then a third time. He came looping past the Kitchen Kitsch where the tall dude was standing in the hole in the wall. You’re really conflicted about this running away part, aren’t you? the dude said as Joshua dashed past him. Yes! He tried to put on the brakes but his body kept running. He could smell his own blood on the man and his body wanted nothing to do with that. The dude wasn’t standing in the hole as Joshua came looping back toward the Kitchen Kitsch a second time. Joshua was afraid he’d lost the man. He was so focused on the opposite side of the street that he nearly ran into the glass door that opened out in front of him. A hand caught him, jerking him into the building."
- Wen Spencer, The Black Wolves of Boston

7. "I can build a hyperphase jump gate, I'm sure I could have figured sex out. Insert Tab M into Slot F. Repeat until done."
- Wen Spencer, Wolf Who Rules

8. "She's surprisingly destructive for her size." "That's part of her appeal,"
- Wen Spencer, Wolf Who Rules

9. "They will put that on my gravestone. 'Here lies Tinker, her heart was in the right place, but her foot was in her mouth and god knows where her brain went."
- Wen Spencer, Wolf Who Rules

10. "Well it's like eating at my mom's you get what's being served and if you don't like it they still make you eat it"
- Wen Spencer, Steel City Magic

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