A. To write, to read, to laugh
A. Francisco Pacheco High School. And I studied publicity at the University of Sevilla.
A. Jim Morrison
A. The Truman Show
A. Heroes, Dexter, Sherlock Holmes, Mad Men, Lost...
A. Always lookin for fantastic horizons behind every window.
A. Try not. Do… or do not. There is no try (Yoda).
A. My perfect day would start by passing time in bed with a dear person,writing a bit without hurries, reading in a cafeteria while it rains, and agood movie before falling asleep close to the same dear person.
A. Having an accident and being rescued by Annie Wilkes.
A. There is no perfect place. There is a perfect moment.
A. H.G. Wells.
A. My wife.
A. How the hell does it works?
A. Lost opportunities
A. To sing.
A. Not to stammer the day that I met my wife.
A. So many, that I can’t choose only one.
A. Sense of humor. And this is the only one I can choose.
A. I would like to be a pop star.
A. I will ask my wife, when she comes back from the supermarket.
A. The Joker.
A. Houdini. I would ask him for his tricks.
A. To realize that there is no more toilet paper left
A. Just not writing.
A. Imagination, humor and tenderness
A. Very cold beer with chips
A. The sound of silence (Simon and Garfunkel), Hunting High and Low (A-ha), All I Want Is You (U2), Paint a Vulgar Picture (The Smiths), The man on the mon (REM)
A. Julio Cortázar, Borges, Daniel Pennac, PaulAuster, Martin Amis.
A. Lolita (Nabokov), The Anubis Gates (Tim Powers),The Time Traveler’s Wife (Audrey Niffenegger), Interview with the Vampire (AnneRice), One Hundred Years of Solitude (Gabriel Gª Márquez).
A. Cuentos by Julio Cortázar.
A. That they must try to enjoy the process of writing, not just the fact of having a finished work.
A. Give me back by money! Well… really, some people say to me: Thanks for making me dream.