Facts about Brian Lumley

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Brian Lumley is a famous Writer from England, he/she is 81 years old and still alive, born February 2, 1937.

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He/she is born under the zodiac aquarius, who is known for Knowledge, Humanitarian, Serious, Insightful, Duplicitous. Our collection contains 18 quotes who is written / told by Brian.

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Famous quotes by Brian Lumley (18)


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"Writers are in the entertainment business, and it gives me lots of pleasure to entertain my readers"
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"We've got one life and the older we get the more we come to realize how short it is"
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"If I had killed Crow off I can think of least six novels I would never have written, 400,000 words' worth of very necessary experience"
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"I have friends who read my books in Greek"
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"But there's a little guy who sits astride my brain with a whip, and if I'm away from the machine for more than a couple of hours during the day, this little guy's lashing away"
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"If, like Harry Keogh, I could talk to the dead - God, there are an awful lot of people I would like to speak to! Not least my father. Being in the army for 22 years, I didn't see enough of him, and I know there are a great many things I could have learned from him"
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"But other vampire stories? Well, no, I really haven't read too many, and I can't say I'm crazy about romantic vampires anyway - to me the vampire is simply an evil monster"
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"And I have to consider myself fortunate, because there are plenty of writers who spend most of a lifetime looking for that certain something without ever finding it"
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"There are lots of other things that I haven't done, places I haven't seen. So eventually I'll have to find time for those things while there still is time"
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"I'll know when the ideas aren't fresh anymore. And I'll know when writing doesn't give me a thrill anymore"
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"A literary critic is someone who can't write, but who loves to show he would have been a wonderful writer if only he could!"
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"The amazing thing now is that most of those so-called critics who were telling me to find my own voice seem to have lost theirs"
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"Now, after 18 years, not a sign of Lovecraft in my work"
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"But I've found that to talk too much about movies is the kiss of death. If it happens then it happens, is all"
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"Now, when I was in the Army, writing was my hobby"
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"German readers are much like Brits or Americans: They read for the thrill of it, the occasional shudder down the spine, knowing it's not real - but looking over their shoulders anyway, just in case"
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"The Army was my bread and butter"
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"I should think just about every young writer - which I was at the time - would be influenced by HPL. As an American writer of weird fiction, he was at the top of the class"


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