10 Best Uplifting Quotes By John Grisham

John Grisham was born in Jonesboro, Arkansas. His father, a cotton farmer and itinerant construction worker, moved the family frequently, from town to town throughout the Deep South, settling in Southaven, Mississippi in 1967. Although his parents lacked formal education, his mother encouraged him to read and insisted that he prepare himself for college.

Beginning in 2001, Grisham has occasionally departed from the format of the legal thriller to write works of fiction on other subjects, particularly baseball and life in the rural South. The first of these was A Painted House, followed by Skipping Christmas, Bleachers and Playing for Pizza. His 2009 book of short stories, Ford County, returned to the setting of his first novel. No fewer than ten of Grisham’s tales have been adapted for film and television, including The Firm, The Pelican Brief, The Client, The Rainmaker and the original screenplay The Gingerbread Man. The film version of Skipping Christmas was re-titled Christmas with the Kranks.

Today, John Grisham and his wife, Renee Jones, keep homes in Oxford, Mississippi and near Charlottesville, Virginia. Apart from his writing, Grisham is a generous supporter of Little League teams in Oxford and Charlottesville and has endowed a writing scholarship at the University of Mississippi.

Here we had collected some of the most wonderful quotes John used in his books. Share these quotes with your loved ones to celebrate the spirit of literature.

John Grisham Quotes

Don’t compromise yourself – you’re all you have.

You live your life today, Not tomorrow, and certainly not yesterday.

Some people have more guts than brains.

If you’re gonna be stupid you gotta be tough.

Life is short..Live to the fullest.

Quitting is not the answer. Life is not fair, and you can’t quit every time something unfair happens to you.

Poverty is a great equalizer.

When you have no future, you live in the past.

Love yourself,.,.,.,for the sake of your better future.

The spirit flowed more freely and made for a more spontaneous style of worship.