How do I know what I think until I see what I say? —E.M. Forster
That often quoted passage (above) from one of British author E.M. Forster’s characters was imparted to me in a writing workshop decades ago. It illustrates the importance of getting our thoughts down on paper—or what passes for paper these days—so that we can gain a better idea of our minds at work. Forster was probably right.
Mr. Forster also suggested that we “[m]istrust all enterprises that require new clothes.” After I published Dark Time I did, in fact, buy some new clothes. He was probably right about that too. Now that my closet is full, there’s no room for an Absolute Truth wardrobe. (I’m pretty sure the mall will survive.)
This page displays those two novels along with links to synopses and methods of purchase. But the website will accomplish much more than that. Explore. And let me know what you think.