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Motivational Laura Hillenbrand Quotes And Sayings

Laura Hillenbrand Quotes:- Laura Hillenbrand (born May 15, 1967) is an American author of books and magazine articles.


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“It only worked for a little while; the morning after I agreed to go with Universal, an article came out in the Hollywood trade papers, and the secret was out.”-Laura Hillenbrand

Inspirational Laura Hillenbrand Quotes

“The following Wednesday, I opted to go with Random House.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“The biggest problem has been exhaustion. I’ve spent about 6 of the last 14 years completely bedridden.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“Since signing with Universal, I have been working closely with Gary Ross, the director, producer, and screenwriter. We have spent many hours on the phone, and I’ve been sending him information and items that have been useful to the writing process.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“My agent and I put out my proposal one Thursday afternoon in August 1998. Publishers started bidding immediately, and that process progressed for a few days.”-Laura Hillenbrand

“In terms of writing about horses, I fell back into that. I was intent on getting a Ph.D., becoming a professor, and writing on history but I got sick 14 years ago when I was 19. Getting sick derailed that plan completely.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“I was starstruck and completely confused; making a film of this story hadn’t even occurred to me, and I hadn’t written a single line of the book yet. I had no idea how this man knew anything about my book proposal.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“Books on horse racing subjects have never done well, and I am told that publishers had come to think of them as the literary version of box office poison.”-Laura Hillenbrand


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“I think authors can get into trouble viewing the subject matter as their turf.”-Laura Hillenbrand

“This disease leaves people bedridden. I’ve gone through phases where I couldn’t roll over in bed. I couldn’t speak. To have it called ‘fatigue’ is a gross misnomer.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“I lived for four years in the 1930s with these individuals and the only time that I wasn’t thinking about dealing with physical suffering is when I was working on this book. I’ve never been more alive as when I worked on this book.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“I identified in a very deep way with the individuals I was writing about because the theme that runs through this story is of extraordinary hardship and the will to overcome it.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“I have vertigo. Vertigo makes it feel like the floor is pitching up and down. Things seem to be spinning. It’s like standing on the deck of a ship in really high seas.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“My work was entirely nonfiction.”-Laura Hillenbrand

“I am actually in poor health due to chronic fatigue and immune dysfunction syndrome, and my ability to work is greatly diminished right now, so I have to get better before I can start another big project.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“Honestly, I expected to get a cold reception because of my subject matter. But when editors took a look at the story I had to tell and saw that this was not a parochial story at all, they really warmed to it.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“For me, being a writer was never a choice. I was born one. All through my childhood I wrote short stories and stuffed them in drawers. I wrote about everything. I didn’t do my homework so I could write.”-Laura Hillenbrand


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“But with nonfiction, the task is very straightforward: Do the research, tell the story.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“And at that point, I think my experience in covering the subject helped me. I think editors felt comfortable with the idea of me telling this story because I had demonstrated that I know this business pretty well.”-Laura Hillenbrand

“I’ve used a cellphone exactly twice. Things move on. The world changes. And I don’t know it.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“I have to detach myself completely from aspirations. I hardly ever listen to music anymore because it arouses all of this yearning in me.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“I’m looking for a way out of here. I can’t have it physically, so I’m going to have it intellectually. It was a beautiful thing to ride Seabiscuit in my imagination. And it’s just fantastic to be there alongside Louie as he’s breaking the NCAA mile record. People at these vigorous moments in their lives – it’s my way of living vicariously.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“I got sick when I was 19, and I’d been a really healthy 19-year-old, so I don’t have a lot to compare it to. Does it feel like the pain after you give birth? I don’t know.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“Fatigue is what we experience, but it is what a match is to an atomic bomb.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“Most people, when they hear the disease name, it’s all they know about it. It sounds so mild. When I first was sick, for the first 10 years or so, I was dismissed. I was ridiculed and told I was lazy. It was a joke.”-Laura Hillenbrand


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“I was 8 years old when I went across the street from my house to a fair, and they always had a used book sale. For a quarter I bought a book called ‘Come On Seabiscuit.’ I loved that book. It stayed with me all those years.”-Laura Hillenbrand

“While it’s really hard to do, at the same time, I’m escaping my body, which I really want to do. I’m living someone else’s life. I get very intensely into the story, into the interviews and the research. I’m experiencing things along with my subjects. I have the freedom I don’t have in my physical life.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“Louie and Seabiscuit were both Californians and both on the sports pages in the 1930s. I was fascinated. When I learned about his World War II experiences, I thought, ‘If this guy is still alive, I want to meet him.'”-Laura Hillenbrand


“I’m attracted to subjects who overcome tremendous suffering and learn to cope emotionally with it.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“For ‘Seabiscuit’, I interviewed 100 people I never met.”-Laura Hillenbrand


“My illness is excruciating and difficult to cope with. It takes over your entire life and causes more suffering than I can describe.”-Laura Hillenbrand