Tuesday, October 30, 2007

And I'll Cry If I Want To

Here's a blurry pic from the party described in this blog a week or so ago ... Viscount Bangor, the inimitable Trisdee, Anette whose book "Bangkok Blondes" just came out, your humble narrator, best-selling biographer Sarah Bradford, banned filmmaker Ing K, Ambassadress Barrington of New Zealand, and David Giler, one of the "Tales from the Crypt" partners. Certainly a namedroppingworthy snapshot of a typical evening at my house ... nah, not really. Only 12.5% of the people depicted are in the Thailand Tatler Society 500. I'm a failure.

1 comment:

  1. I'm just passing by, because after years I've started reading Moon Dance again. Well, the German version. It's not as badly translated as many other books I've read, but still I wish it would be easier (and cheaper) to get English books here in Germany.
    Well, without having much of a "meaningful" message to leave, I just wanted to say Thank You for Moon Dance. It's one of my alltime favourite books, not only because my deep interest in werewolves and such. When I read a book I want it to open a world for me. One that is as real as the one around me. And I've found that Moon Dance is one of those books, at least for me.
    Greetings from Germany!