Still Me Quotes

Jojo Moyes
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Oh, come on, you can do this, I told myself. This is your first say yes! moment. You are jogging in New York! This is a whole new you! For a few glorious strides I almost believed it.”
-- Louisa Clark (Narrator) (chapter 3)

Importance: Louisa puts pressure on herself to take advantage of her life in New York. She feels that she has to present the best version of herself at all times and extend beyond the way she would normally behave before putting herself in this new situation.

Reader, I did the stupid thing. I looked her up on Facebook.
-- Louisa Clark (Narrator) (chapter 10)

Importance: Louisa speaks directly to the reader in this rare moment. Moyes uses Louisa’s first person perspective to establish a bond between the protagonist and the reader. Louisa acknowledges that her actions are not commendable, so she joins in with the reader to silently judge herself.

And then I pressed ‘send,’ marveling at how far...
-- Louisa Clark (Narrator) (chapter 12)

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