David Eddings was born 7 July 1931, and died 2 June 2009
- I keep writing because it’s a habit. After fifty years or so I just can’t set it aside.
- I hesitate to predict whether this theory is true. But if the general opinion of Mankind is optimistic then we’re in for a period of extreme popularity for science fiction. If the general opinion is pessimistic, fantasy is going to hold its own.
- The unfortunate thing about working for yourself is that you have the worst boss in the world. I work every day of the year except at Christmas, when I work a half day.
- I wrote a novel for my degree, and I’m very happy I didn’t submit that to a publisher. I sympathise with my professors who had to read it.
- God save us from religion.
David Eddings was an American fantasy writer. With his wife Leigh, he authored several best-selling epic fantasy novel series, including The Belgariad, The Malloreon, The Elenium, The Tamuli, and The Dreamers.
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