Robert Niblock answers thirteen questions in a Booker's Dozen.



TPQ: What are you currently reading? 

RN: This is Memorial Device David Keenan.

TPQ: Best book you have ever read?

RN: In Cold Blood by Truman Capote.

TPQ: A must-read before you die? 

RN: Doesn’t apply. If I haven’t attempted to read it by now, it’s not on my radar.

TPQ: A preference for fact or fiction? 

RN: Fiction.

TPQ: Favourite female author? 

RN: Harper Lee.

TPQ: Favourite male author? 

RN: George V Higgins.

TPQ: First book you ever read?

RN: Moonfleet by J Meade Falkner.

TPQ: Favourite childhood author? 

RN: Robert Louis Stephenson.

TPQ: Any book you point blank refuse to read? 

RN: No.

TPQ: Any author you point blank refuse to read? 

RN: No.

TPQ: Pick a book to give to somebody so that they would more fully understand you. 

RN: My next book of poems/prose.

TPQ: Last book you gave as a present? 

RN: Say Nothing by Patrick Radden Keefe.

TPQ: Book you would most like to see turned into a movie? 

RN: For The Good Times David Keenan.

⏭ Beano Niblock lives and works in East Belfast. He writes drama, short stories poetry and prose. 

Booker’s Dozen @ Robert Niblock

Robert Niblock answers thirteen questions in a Booker's Dozen.



TPQ: What are you currently reading? 

RN: This is Memorial Device David Keenan.

TPQ: Best book you have ever read?

RN: In Cold Blood by Truman Capote.

TPQ: A must-read before you die? 

RN: Doesn’t apply. If I haven’t attempted to read it by now, it’s not on my radar.

TPQ: A preference for fact or fiction? 

RN: Fiction.

TPQ: Favourite female author? 

RN: Harper Lee.

TPQ: Favourite male author? 

RN: George V Higgins.

TPQ: First book you ever read?

RN: Moonfleet by J Meade Falkner.

TPQ: Favourite childhood author? 

RN: Robert Louis Stephenson.

TPQ: Any book you point blank refuse to read? 

RN: No.

TPQ: Any author you point blank refuse to read? 

RN: No.

TPQ: Pick a book to give to somebody so that they would more fully understand you. 

RN: My next book of poems/prose.

TPQ: Last book you gave as a present? 

RN: Say Nothing by Patrick Radden Keefe.

TPQ: Book you would most like to see turned into a movie? 

RN: For The Good Times David Keenan.

⏭ Beano Niblock lives and works in East Belfast. He writes drama, short stories poetry and prose. 

3 comments:

  1. Nice to see the shoutouts for David Keenan. I will review his stuff at some point. You should check him out AM.

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  2. Christopher - after reading Beano above, the author was one I had marked for a read.

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  3. Amazing "new" talent-loved his books-so fresh and lots of new ideas-great modern style and very, very accessible. Would also recommend Chris McQueer-another young Scots writer-Hings and HWFG-brilliant books of topical short stories.

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