Pick a line from a book you enjoyed – something that resonated with you enough to stick in your head.
Throw in some dictionary attack protection, like a string of numbers or special characters, and you’ve got yourself one monster of a password that would take a hacker significantly longer to guess than the passwords we’re all used to using.
It’s easy to remember, compatible with cryptic password hints that don’t completely give it away, and quite secure (so long as you don’t pick something you’re going to be quoting on Facebook).
You can use this to break away from a bad password reuse habit.
Don’t forget to write down the website with the book you got the password from to jog your memory in case you forget.