A. Busboy, trophy engraver, poultry farm worker, television producer
A. Any job that allows me to create stories
A. Greenwich High School, Villanova University, New York University
A. Too many to name!
A. The Guns of Navarone
A. My life is an ongoing, ever changing adventure.
A. Do unto others...(etc.)
A. Laughing with my girls.
A. Leaving something undone.
A. Right here because "No matter where you go, there you are."- Buckaroo Banzai
A. Anyone who can do something I can't, which is a very long list of people that includes artists, gymnasts and mathematicians
A. "Excellent!" and "Exactly!"
A. I'd love to play the piano, and I'm going to work on it.
A. I often oversimplify
A. My ability to oversimplify
A. A dog who belonged to me. It's a good life.
A. A toss-up between Groucho Marx in his films, and Bugs Bunny (Because I think they are the same character)
A. Goldfinger. He had the most brilliant super villian plan ever, and a great theme song.
A. Probably Adolph Hitler just so I could say: "You're kidding, right?"
A. People who crowd the baggage carousel at airports. Relax people, we'll all get our luggage.
A. Playing with my daughter.
A. That's easy. Astronaut. Hey, I'm a child of the 60's!
A. Sense of humor, compassion, honesty...in that order.
A. Toss up. Pizza or Thanksgiving dinner.
A. Jack London, Ernest Hemingway, J.D. Salinger
A. The Call of the Wild by Jack London, The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger, Moonraker by Ian Fleming, Candide by Voltaire, The Shining by Stephen King.
A. The Whale and the Snail by Julia Donaldson Reading it aloud to my daughter is a blast.
A. Always write about what you know.
A. Hurry up with the next book!