I don't think I'm much of a writer but I'm a better re-writer." Speaking backstage at London's Guildhall after receiving his award, Flanagan said he felt hopeful about the future of the novel.
"Much has been made about the death of the novel and the end of literature as it's seen to be assailed by technology, by the web, by the many and varied new forms of entertainment and culture.
“It was an extremely parochial time, even in New York.
It wasn’t easy to meet women and get into bed with them,” Stillman told me over the phone.
My teeth used to be perfectly straight until my retainer broke and before I realised they had moved too much.'Had my brace put on today at the back of my teeth and I can't wait to have my straight teeth back.' Prior to the candid post, the actress shared a series of glamorous selfies in the past week - none of which show her smiling with her teeth.
Yet, though she was once surrounded by suitors, she has no interest in giving her heart again after the man she loved died in her arms.
"A good writer needs a good rubbish bin and I just got a box of matches and struck the match and put it to the paper and that's it," he said.
Due to strict airline criteria, most all these women were unmarried, trim and under the age of 30. It was an instant hit and, by 1965, 6.5 million American women were on “the pill.”Also in 1965, Alan Stillman, a 28-year-old essential oils salesman in New York City, was trying to figure out a better way to meet single women in his neighborhood.
I don't share that pessimism because I think it is one of the great inventions of the human spirit.
"So it strikes me not as a dying medium but as an ever more remarkable one." When his name was announced, Flanagan bounded on to the stage at the Guildhall and hugged the Duchess of Cornwall, who was there to present the prize.
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