Who said that?

In a comment over at my Write Anything post about why I started writing, one of the comments referred to something I'd said. Specifically, the commenter said:
"Oh please tell me what book this is from – I have to read it!"

Comments like that always strikes me as interesting when the quote in question is something I made up (as was the case here). True, I also get that when I am actually quoting other people, but to get it when my words are the ones being sought after? Obviously, it's an ego stroke, since my words were compelling enough to sound like they'd been arranged by someone who really knows how to arrange words.

"Nobody Ever Turned Down A Free Martini: the wisdom and insights of Tony Noland". Look for it at Amazon sometime later this year.

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