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Quotes by Brian Herbert

Quotes by Brian Herbert

I didn’t actually get along with my dad when I was growing up, so by the time I was in my 20s, I didn’t think I was going to be a writer.
I’ll keep writing ‘Dune’ books as long as my mother’s spirit continues to support the project.
In ‘Sidney’s Comet,’ thanks to all the consumerism, all the garbage had to be put in deep space, even though we’re not supposed to litter the cosmos – that was an environmental message. Although it was funny, it had an important message.
My dad was an adventurer, my mother a romantic. When they met in college, both were creative writers; the writing was a bond.
My grandfather was a police officer. He taught Dad about lie detectors and police interrogation methods, so Dad got this old World War II lie detector and used it on us regularly. He was obsessed with the truth.
My wife noticed that I wrote really good complaint letters about faulty products and that I could get anything I wanted out of these big corporations, and she said that I was a good writer and that I should go to my dad and ask him for help.
There’s so much overlapping in science fiction.
We moved 23 times before I was out of high school!

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