In this post, you will find great Trilogy Quotes from famous people, such as Daniel Woodrell, Kiana Madeira, Keanu Reeves, Mark Lawrence, Peter Mayhew. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
Occasionally, I hear grumbles about everything being a series or a trilogy, but apart from the question of them maybe selling more books, I think that there’s a real problem in trying to introduce a new world or a new concept while also getting your reader to pay close attention to your characters and themes.
For bedtime reading, I usually curl up with a good monograph on quantum physics or string theory, my specialty. But since I was a child, I have been fascinated by science fiction. My all-time favorite is ‘The Foundation Trilogy,’ by Isaac Asimov.
I was drawn to the role of Deena in the ‘Fear Street’ trilogy because she is incredibly passionate, strong, resilient, and brave.
After ‘The Orphanage‘ and ‘The Impossible,’ ‘A Monster Calls‘ is the perfect final chapter in a trilogy centred on the extraordinary strength of the mother-child bond.
I had been obsessed with the Arthurian legends all my life, and I knew that that would work its way into any trilogy I wrote. I was fascinated by the Eddas, the Norse and Icelandic legends, Odin on the world tree.
If I had a story idea that I felt would work best in three volumes I might write a trilogy eventually. I’d very likely write it all at once, though, so I could work on it as a whole and not broken into individual volumes.
I think ‘The Lord of the Rings’ trilogy has a very satisfying ending, and there’s not really that deep of a mythological construct.
‘Bombay Velvet‘ is my first film in a trilogy about Bombay, before it became a metropolis.
There are two books that impressed me when I was very young. One was ‘The Adventures of Augie March‘ – the idea of having something so generous, and so adventurous and improvisatory. The other was ‘The U.S.A. Trilogy,’ by John Dos Passos.