10 Women’s History Month Quotes for Sharing and Inspiration

Sharing is caring and below are ten inspiring and motivating quotations by authors that celebrate writing, womanhood, and living. Read them for your own purposes or share them with your followers.

“We can’t take any credit for our talents. It’s how we use them that counts.” 
― Madeleine L’Engle

“Want nothing but the best for your friends because when your friends are happy and successful, it’s probably going to be easier for you to be happy.” – Roxane Gay

“Life is full of things you never figured on.” 
― Tayari Jones

“The library is an arena of possibility, opening both a window into the soul and a door onto the world.” 
― Rita Dove

“I believe there is power in words, power in asserting our existence, our experience, our lives, through words.” 
― Jesmyn Ward

“Each of us made it possible for the other. We got something done. Each believed in the other unsurpassingly.” 
― Elizabeth Alexander

“Your past is your shadow. It has form but no substance, except in the places you allow it to touch you. Shadows.” 
― Tananarive Due

“Everything you ever had, everything you ever lost. It’s all there in the trumpet–pain and hate and trouble and peace and quiet and love.

Ann Petry

Claim what is yours. You belong anywhere on this Earth you want to.

Tina McElroy Ansa

“Don’t bury it, use it. Don’t keep it in, give it away. Don’t turn that love in, turn that love out.” 
― J. California Cooper

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