The Mule

By David Quantick

Sex, Paris, murder, an imaginary world and an untranslatable book

Monday, 1 September 2014

Opening a shed

Welcome to my shed. It is of course a virtual shed.

Roald Dahl wrote in a real shed. I've got a lawnmower in mine. 

Cyril Connolly or someone famously wrote about the writer's enemy being "the pram in the hall." I think what he actually meant was "the lawnmower in the shed."

Thanks for everyone currently supporting The Mule. The next post will be more about the book and less about the shed. Possibly. There might even be a video. You can tweet requests to me at @quantick or demands on Facebook, where I appear under the anti-psuedonym David Quantick.

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