“That must be a heckuva book,” the elderly man said. He stood before me, hand in hand with his lady friend, as they walked the boardwalk on an afternoon constitutional.
“It definitely is,” I answered, emerging from my reverie.
“I bet it’s a love story,” he said with a smile.
“Well, not exactly – not . . . → Read More: A Novelist’s Mind: Lilian Nattel Online: Simply Reading: Web of Angels | Bookstack
Inside our minds great forces rage and collide and strange convoluted processes are developed in order to avoid internal obstacles and keep the status quo. Former versions of ourselves wander through the inner labyrinth, exerting terrific pressure on our decision making and often dictating reactions in illogical ways. We have this charming, quaint idea that . . . → Read More: A Novelist’s Mind: Lilian Nattel Online: Saving The Children | Tales from the Reading Room