household tips of great writers

Do you, as a dull man, feel you are apart from other people when you do — and enjoy doing — doing mundane things, life’s daily chores?

Good news for you in this new book — you’re not alone. Great writers do these things too. as explained in the book: Hemingway hung wallpaper; Hunter Thompson put up a garden fence; Julius Caesar put up a shelf; Machiavelli espoused on the Art of Mowing; Harold Pinter made cheese on toast; Charles Dickens made plum pudding.