TPQ: What are you currently reading?
SST: Currently rereading The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat by Oliver Sacks.
TPQ: Best and worst books you have ever read?
SST: Best: Vilayanur Ramachandran: Phantoms in the Brain. Worst: My college reading list!
TPQ: Book most cherished as a child?
SST: Without a doubt Roald Dahl's The Fantastic Mr Fox
TPQ: Favourite Childhood author?
SST: That would have to be Roald Dahl
TPQ: First book to really own you?
SST: Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time. It absolutely enthralled me to dig deeper into the mysteries of the universe and the nature of being.
TPQ: Favourite male and female author?
SST: My favourite male author would be Roald Dahl once again. I'd go really old school with my favourite female author, as I'm horrified that I don't have many, with Mary Shelley.
TPQ: A preference for fact or fiction?
SST: I'm a fact junkie. All science, philosophy and anthropology.
TPQ: Biography, autobiography or memoir that most impressed you?
SST: A Beautiful Mind by Sylvia Nassar. A fascinating insight into genius and madness and the interlinking both.
TPQ: Any author or book you point blank refuse to read?
SST: Romantic Fiction. Never!
TPQ: A book to share with somebody so that they would more fully understand you?
SST: Nietzsche: Beyond Good and Evil.
TPQ: Last book you gave as a present?
SST: I think it was a Scottish crime fiction book.
TPQ: Book you would most like to see turned into a movie?
SST: Ego trip. My own story.
TPQ: The just must - select one book you simply have to read before you close the final page on life.
SST: To Kill a Mockingbird. I'm ashamed to say I haven't read it.
⏩ Sir Stevo Timothy is a so called comedian self described as a professional cantankerous tomfool.
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