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His first words on exiting from his mother's womb were, "Whew! It sure was cramped living in there! I need a massage, now!" Ever since, P.C. Anders or Peter Anders has spent nearly half of his life in bed or on massage tables around the globe. When not sleeping or plotting the next massage, he works on a few other books, and reads the likes of Henry Miller, Vladimir Nabokov, Charles Bukowski, Michel Houellebecq, and Philip Roth. His books tend to be uninhibited, lighthearted, honest, human, affectionate, sexy, and funny, often playing with words, language, ideas, and with the rules laid down by the language police and the p.c. police. He agrees with Mark Twain, who wrote: "Nature knows no indecencies. Man invents them." He believes that massage is a humanizing force, a force for peace, and that "the simple desire to reach out and touch someone" (Houellebecq) and to be touched is a deeply human instinct that will, in addition, make us a more peaceful planet.