Clive Staples Lewis was an English author, essay writer, poet, literary critic, broadcaster, medievalist, lay theologian, academic, and lecturer renowned for his works such as ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’. Lewis started his career as a writer with ‘Spirits in Bondage’ in 1919. In 1933, he published his novel ‘The Pilgrim’s Regress’. Lewis published ‘The Allegory of Love’ in 1936 and ‘Out of the Silent Planet’ in 1938. Lewis published ‘The Problem of Pain’ in 1940 and ‘The Screwtape Letters’ in 1942. In 1943, he published two novels ‘Perelandra’ and ‘The Abolition of Man’. Lewis published ‘A Preface to Paradise Lost’ in 1944 and three books – ‘The Great Divorce’, ‘Prince Caspian’, and ‘The Hideous Strength’. He is distinguished for his fictional-work and also for non-fiction Christian apologetics. On his 50th death anniversary, he was glorified with a memorial in Poets’ Corner. His works, essays, writings, thoughts and sayings have been translated in approximately 30 languages. In 1956, Lewis came up with ‘Till We Have Faces’ and ‘The Last Battle’. He published ‘Reflection on the Psalms’ in 1958. In 1960, Lewis published ‘The Four Loves’, ‘The World’s Last Night’, and ‘Studies in Words’. His thoughts, writings, quotations and sayings are so popular that they are frequently used by people all over. In fact, he is one of the most quoted authors on social media. Here is a collection of thoughts and quotes by C.S Lewis on inspiration, books, reading and friendship.