When it comes to the hottest books, Sally Beauty’s Beautiful Quote Collection is one of the most sought-after collections in the world.
But it’s not the only book to make the list.
The Wall St. Journal published a list of the 10 hottest quotes in the bestselling books of 2016.
Here are the top 10.
“You’re going to love this.”—Ellen Degeneres, interview with Esquire magazine source Wall St St. J. article “This is the best thing I’ve ever said,” Ellen Degenere told Esquire.
“I’m going to make you a cake, and then you’re going, ‘This is great.'”
This is the greatest compliment you can ever get, says Ellen, who was married to Steve Jobs in 2007.
It’s also one of her favorite quotes.
“The only time I ever felt like I didn’t belong was when I was on my period.”—Marilyn Monroe, interview by Esquire article Marilyn Monroe, the queen of soulful songs, said she didn’t want to be on her period when she was on the cover of Esquire in 2007, but was happy to be able to share her love of poetry with her fans.
“We are on the road for so long,” Monroe told the magazine.
“This time of year, it feels like we are on a road trip.
It is a period of time.
“When you feel like you’re not in control of your life anymore, just remember this: You don’t have to be perfect, just like everybody else.
And if you don’t like it, just do what you can to be better than everyone else.”—John Mayer, interview on ABC News.
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“‘My daughter is my only hope.'”—Alessandra Romano, interview, Esquire, March 2017.
“It’s just a fact of life.
I know what I am, and I have been with her for 15 years, and she has been with me for 12 years,” Alessandra Romani said in the Esquire interview.
“She has a life.
And she has her own journey.
It was just a moment when she felt like she was losing it, and was feeling like she had to do something.
And that was when she made the decision to be with me.”
“Do you think it’s really good?
Or do you think the only way I could ever find out is if you have a period?
I can’t imagine how it’s going to feel when it happens.”—Gloria Steinem, interview in Esquire (video).
Steinem is one the most influential and powerful women in the history of American women’s politics, and one of today’s most influential women.
She said she did not think it was necessary to be a feminist to be happy and healthy.
“My daughter has been a feminist for years.
I think it would be nice to be the one to say, ‘Yeah, it’s time to be kinder, and the best for my daughter.'”
“No matter how many things you’re doing, you’re always going to have a secret.
You always will have someone to tell you how to do things, and how to feel.”—Beth Johnson, interview to Esquire Magazine (video) Johnson, who founded the feminist bookstore The Vagenda in 1998, has been in the spotlight for years for her activism against sexual harassment and assault.
But this interview with her was the first time she spoke publicly about the issue.
“There is no beauty without fear.”—Lily Collins, interview for Esquire by Kate McKinnon.
“For me, that’s when you learn to live,” Collins said.
“That’s when it’s all worth it.”
“Sometimes, you don, you say, This is really great.
But then it’s like, What if this is so great?
I don’t want that.”—Nancy Drew, interview from Esquire Issue 1, 2014.
Nancy Drew, author of the popular novel and award-winning crime novel The Shining, said the best quote she ever read was from one of Drew’s favorite authors, H.P. Lovecraft.
“In a way, that was the best one, the one I would recommend,” she told Esqire.
“And the reason I recommend it is because it’s got that dark and dark magic.”
“How do you do that?”—Jenna Lewis, interview at The Washington Post, July 18, 2014, interview transcript.
“Jenna is one example of a woman who just went, Wow, this is crazy,” said Laura Bush.
“One of the things that makes Jenna, the most famous person in the country, the best, is that she’s just always been so open to sharing