Kickass Ray Bradbury plan

Kickass, the doorstop dog, reports that the keeper listened to a fascinating UW TV  lecture this morning by Sam Weller who is the biographer of Ray Bradbury, the prolific and very popular sci-fi writer.
Weller said Bradbury wrote his classic–Fahrenheit 451, in nine days, and toward the end of his life—in his early 90’s, said he was not afraid of dying but had so many things he wanted to do before it happened.
“Day one!” the keeper shouted and then fell back to sleep after hearing that Bradbury was a big believer in naps and felt that he wrote best just after waking up.

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