Tom Robbins: The Kindle Singles Interview (Kindle Single)

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  • Publication date‏:‎ April 28, 2014
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 1092 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage‏:‎ Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 80 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Enabled

Tom Robbins: The Kindle Singles Interview (Kindle Single)

Tom Robbins: The Kindle Singles Interview (Kindle Single) Ö Tom Robbins: The Kindle Singles Interview (Kindle Single) ☆ Mara Altman - Tom Robbins: The Kindle Singles Interview (Kindle Single), Tom Robbins The Kindle Singles Interview Kindle Single Over the course of a seven hour Kindle Singles Interview at his home in rural Washington year old Tom Robbins whose novels Another Roadside Attraction Even Cowgirls Get The Blues Still Life With Ö Tom Robbins: The Kindle Singles Interview (Kindle Single) ☆ Mara Altman - Tom Robbins: The Kindle Singles Interview (Kindle Single), Tom Robbins The Kindle Singles Interview Kindle Single Over the course of a seven hour Kindle Singles Interview at his home in rural Washington year old Tom Robbins whose novels Another Roadside Attraction Even Cowgirls Get The Blues Still Life With Ö Tom Robbins: The Kindle Singles Interview (Kindle Single) ☆ Mara Altman

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  1. Fascinating look at an extremely nimble mind that erupts every so often in comedic uniqueness Tom Robbins philosophies on life, the art of writing, and ways to expand closed minds are overdue in society I suggest we open a bottle of champagne, pop a magic mushroom cap in the mouth and swill it down with bubbly to start a reassessment of our culture This book is a must read for fans, or a starting off point for the uninitiated.


  2. This book, which is titled an interview with the author is as great as his book s, love his use of language His interview is as thought provoking as his book s, glad to see age hasn t changed his crazy wisdom Tom Robbins writing and speaking are filled with nuggets of wonder, I enjoyed it very much I started reading Tom s book s way back in the 1977, when Another Roadside Attraction and Cowgirls were his only book s It s been a long strange trip, but such a great one, I have enjoyed reading his [...]


  3. Read Still Life and Roadside Attraction a long time ago Interested to see he s still kicking Right after this, I see his newest work came out apparently an autobiography I will have to decide if I want to read some of his earlier stuff.It was interesting to note some of his philosophy and I paraphrase If you eat dog s , would you then have dog poop or people poop When questioned about his seeming infatuation with body parts, especially the female one, he noted it was the ship we all stepped off [...]


  4. I just love Tom Robbins I found many of the things he says in this interview to be highly entertaining, witty, and quite memorable A must read for any Tom Robbins fan Highly recommended I wish there were books about with Tom Robbins out there This seems to be the only one and it just isn t enough


  5. Tom Robbins personality shines through in this interview Tom discusses his love life, what it is like to be a writer and what it is like to be famous I have not read the memoir yet but this single made me want to read it He discusses how he worked on his various novels, his writing process and what it s like when fans showed up to visit him I m glad I read it and I would recommend it for a reader that enjoys his work.


  6. Each moment contains jewels than we can ever fully appreciate This vibrant interview reminds me of this and leaves me feeling optimistic about life I have read most of Tom Robbins novels twice I feel certain I will continue to read them I am happy to find that the man who has written such delightful stories is as deep and kind and funny as I have imagined he was.


  7. Tom Robbins is an interesting person, and certainly a fascinating writing The personality and attitude revealed in the interviews is consistent with what one might expect from reading his books Nonconformist, eloquent, a bit bizzarre It was entertaining, but just an interview Three stars for an enjoyable and interesting interview, but not a piece of art like his books.


  8. If you like his books get this If you are a writer read this If you think outside the box and color outside the linesthis book will inspire you to continue to do so.


  9. Excellent in depth interview with the master of the colourful sentence Despite Tom Robbins being in his eighties, this interview and his latest book Tibetan Peach Pie not an autobiography, but a sustained narrative Robbins words show that he still has it Credit to Mara Altman too for opening this sometimes elusive author up.


  10. I enjoyed the interview very much despite Mara s irritating lack of follow through a few times after Tom had made an interesting remark that begged a further question instead the next question was a, probably pre prepared, non sequitur.