Here are the contexts of quotes tweeted between May 23 and May 29.
“You won’t have to depend on anyone else to tell you what to do after this.” Fortune’s Fool, by Mercedes Lackey. Katya to Yulya, suggesting that once she is free, she will still be able to think for herself.
“Even sheep know not to grow much wool in the desert.” Fortune’s Fool, by Mercedes Lackey. Lyuba, commenting on the wool uniforms worn by the mercenaries in the desert climate created by the Jinn.
“Don’t they deserve a chance to repent and reform?” Fortune’s Fool, by Mercedes Lackey. Sergei, explaining why the evil Jinn was imprisoned in a bottle rather than simply dropped down a volcano. (Though I’m not sure that would have killed him, as he appears to be a fire spirit.)
“It was just him and his own thoughts, and he was finding that an uncomfortable experience.” The Snow Queen by Mercedes Lackey. Kay has always been the center of attention, and he is finding that being left to himself to do what he wishes, without company, is something he doesn’t like.
“Not every tale has a happy ending, after all.” The Snow Queen by Mercedes Lackey. Some of the Tales forced by the Tradition were tragedies.
“Wishes were dangerous things.” The Snow Queen by Mercedes Lackey. Aleksia, whose job as Fairy Godmother largely consists of handling the results of “be careful what you wish for.”
“It’s the instability that lets you maneuver.” Tourist Trap by Sue Ann Bowling. Roi is discussing the hang gliders, but this is true of a lot of things.