"Tad thought, ‘Right here, this moment, no before, no after.’ He couldn’t recall where he’d heard it. It was either from a philosophy book or an aerobics video. He felt a fierce contentment. He wished there was a way to ration it out to make it last longer. But there was no way. It ignited, it burned up, it was gone."
— "First Marriage" by Kevin Moffett
"The girl was so young. She thought love was a door you carefully opened once, just once, and them you were there. Where? It didn’t matter. Opening the door was the important part, making sure you locked it once you were through, and maybe the reason Alta loved Vic then Don then George was because she never thought to lock the door."
— "In the Pines" by Kevin Moffett