Last year I wrote the same book four times. Here’s a lesson that I learned.
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil brings the reader into the action, the drama, the allure of a society that’s existed long before the book started, and will go on long after the book is over.
In the course of walking my dog in morning, I often go from passing by homeless people begging on trash-filled streets near the subway, to passing in front of multi-million dollar homes within a few minutes.
What if there were an ancient woods, where the deepest desires of your unconscious mind came to life?
What will people see in the future?
Sometimes all you can do is abide.
Thirty is just another number.