New Orleans, LA -- August 17, 2007

Reading The Meaning of Night, by Michael Cox. He just got the book at Faulkner House bookstore, where Faulkner used to live, located in Pirate Alley in the French Quarter.

His favorite book of all time--The Three Musketeers, by Alexandre Dumas. He read it when he was twelve or thirteen and it was the book that really got him into reading. The whole concept of a guy who was so down on his luck and came back. It’s a neat turnaround. He’s read it about three times.

Recently he read A Dirty Job, by Christopher Moore and the latest Harry Potter.

His own book—it’d be fiction, historical based, 1700s or 1800s, not in the U.S., somewhere else.

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