I danced around the idea and talked about writing for over 20 years. Finally I got my act together and started a literary blog under the name of Boxofficegirl. I have my very great friend and brilliant writer Brad Green, to thank for introducing me to this website.
Joanne Harris, Maggie O'Farrell, Margaret Atwood, Donigan Merritt, Thomas Hardy, W.B.Yeats, A.S.Byatt, Sally Vickers, Philip Larkin. Jane Austen, The Bronte's, Shakespeare. Eclectic tastes really.
thanks for your comments on my yellow teeth story! yeah, it's a rough one.
hey! greatly appreciate your comments re my father/suicide note story!
Hi Tracey! Thanks for your kind words about my jar story in elimae. Really appreciate it. David
I lived in Oxford for 7 years, and also in London for 1 year. I find 'The remains of the day' the "most British" book there is.
By the way, I had a look at your website and like the combination of quotes, prose and pictures very much. It also looks very professional!
So you've stepped out of the boxoffice and into the limelight? Very cool.
I lived in London from 1970-72, but I have spent many, many summers thereas well. When my first novel came out from Putnam, I chose DANIEL CURZON because of the elegance of the street, the cinemas (my name in lights!)as against my real name, Dan Brown, which now of course some interloper has stolen.
Hello, Curzon is a pen name, Brown my real one.