Most writers draw on their experiences for whatever they write. I saw this as an exotic trip that would provide all kinds of incidents and details for me to use in my future writing.

Originally meant to be a simple blueprint for a filmmaker to follow, screenplays can be so much more …

The collection’s binding force from the start was The End—and all endings

Whenever I write, I draw upon a memory. Sometimes I do so consciously. More often than not, though, it is without any real awareness. I just know it’s there, like a ghostly spectre looking over my shoulder.

There is evidence-based brain research to suggest that babies arrive biologically wired with the experiences of their ancestors. We add our personal experiences to the mix and then pass everything on to our own children. I find that fascinating. How complex we are before our own stories even begin.

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