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Dec 1, 2013 4:15pm EST
little of south america, i haven't seen china at all and i haven't seen the arctic. so yes, i wouldn't mind that. i also like other books that i would like to write as well post macnair there any novels? >> guest: well, i don't know, i just don't know. but it would be tough to do dialogue. >> host: i talk a lot, i've written a lot of dialogue. [laughter] >> guest: i like novels that are a close observation about the way people are and i find myself listening to people around me in airports, thinking that i should write a novel and sort of hearing the way that people talk. >> host: be redone? >> guest: yes, i like them very much. and it has a perceptive and witty look at contemporary life. >> host: one of the things that i loved is that you said that gone with the wind, you read it a number of times. >> guest: it was terribly racist, but i did enjoy it. >> host: i must have read it 10 times myself. >> guest: it carries you along. i liked it as a child. >> guest: on my bucket list? >> host: is lsd on your bucket list? he recently wrote about how you had turn someone down. >> guest: no on
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Oct 27, 2013 11:00am EDT
very little of south america. i have in china at all. if the answer to go. i haven't seen the arctic. i wouldn't mind doing that. i have another book i'd like to quite right as well. >> host: any novels quite >> guest: i don't know. i never quite know how to do that. >> host: you just make things up. very different from what you do. >> guest: is it that easy? >> host: i've written a couple of novels. i talk a lot. so -- i don't find it that hard. >> guest: i do quite fancy da da -- i'm rather like satirical novels, a kind of close observation of the way people talk in the way people are. for some reason whenever i'm in airport listening to people around me, i certainly feel i should write a novel and hearing the way people talk. >> host: do you read them? >> guest: i like modern satirical novels. i like michael frame, that kind of -- that sort of witty look at contemporary life. i like nonfiction, too. >> host: one of the things i looked in your book as he said when you're much younger one of your favorite books was gone with the wind and you read it a number of times. >> guest: it's
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Oct 20, 2013 9:00pm EDT
south america. i haven't seen china at all. i've seen antarctic about what the architect. so yes i wouldn't mind doing that. i've also got other books i would like to write as well. >> host: any novels? >> guest: i've never quite know how to do that. >> host: you just make things up. very different from what to do. >> host: i've written a couple of novels. i talk a lot. so i don't find it that hard. >> guest: i like the close observation of the way people talk and the way people are. whenever i'm in airports listening to people around me i sort of feel i should write a novel and hearing the way people talk. i like modern satirical novels, that sort of for perceptive look at contemporary life. i like science fiction, too. >> host: you said one of your favorite books was gone with the wind and you read it in number of times. what was it about gone with the wind -- i must have read it ten times. i liked it as a child. >> host: is taking lsd -- use if someone offered to take you on a trip and you turned them down. why did you turn them down? >> guest: there is a chapter about my time i
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Oct 21, 2013 12:00am EDT
china at all. i've seen antarctic but i haven't seen the arctic. so i wouldn't mind doing that. i've got other books i would like to write as well. >> host: in the novels? >> guest: i've never quite know how to do that. >> host: you just make things up. [laughter] modesto is that easy? >> host: i've written a couple of novels. i talk a lot. so -- [laughter] i don't find it hard. >> guest: i like satirical novels a kind of close observation of the way people talk and the way people are. whenever i near parts listening to people around me i feel i should write a novel and hearing the way people talk -- >> host: do you read them? >> guest: i like modern novels , that kind of sort of perceptive look at contemporary life. >> host: one of the things i love in your book is you said when you were much younger one of your favorite books was gone with the wind and you read it and number of times. >> guest: i didn't realize -- >> host: what was it about a gone with the wind -- i must have read it ten times -- >> guest: i'm not sure that i would like it now. i.t. elected as a child -- i like to
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Oct 19, 2013 10:00pm EDT
would like to see again. australia. i have seen little of south america. i haven't seen china at all. i have seen antarctica. i haven't seen the arctic. so yes i would mind doing that. i also have other books that i would like to write as well. >> host: any novels? >> guest: well i don't know. i've never quite known how to do that. >> host: you just make things up. it's very different from what you do. >> guest: dialogue, is that he's a? >> host: i have written a couple of novels. >> guest: i know. >> host: well i talk a lot so i don't find it that hard. >> guest: i rather like satirical novels that are a close observation of the way people talk in the way people are. for some reason whenever i'm in an airport listening to people around me and i sort of feel i should write a novel and hearing the way people talk. >> host: do you read them? >> guest: i like modern satirical novels. i like michael frain, that kind kind -- david lodge. that sort of perceptive witty contemporary life. i like science fiction. >> host: one of the things that i loved in your book was he said when you ar
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