I'm like the painter with his nose to the canvas, fussing over details. Gazing from a distance, the reader sees the big picture.
Even the crudest, most derivative novel is an expression of the author's hopes and fears and ideas about good and evil.
All writing is an act of self-exploration. Even a grocery list says something about you; how much more does a novel say?
I can't say I had an ideal father, and I'm not a father myself.
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