Basically, all novelists should want to tell a story, and if they don't want to, they shouldn't be novelists. I think story-telling is important and underrated.
I am a lover of truth; and if you think of truth as being multifaceted and so huge that we human beings can't fully comprehend it, then obviously it makes sense to put all the facts together - to compare disciplines and try to advance the sum of knowledge by exploration and examination.
I can't complain about the way I've been marketed because it's been so successful.
I was the Colleen McCullough of 1971.
If you are a Christian, you want to give as much as you can away. It sounds pious, but it's not a duty; it's a kind of joy.
It was tremendously exciting to discover that science was not destroying religion, as people popularly believe, but that it could cast light on theism and Christianity.
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