The Truth of Fact, the Truth of Feeling by Ted Chiang — Subterranean Press
“People are made of stories. Our memories are not the impartial accumulation of every second we’ve lived; they’re the narrative that we assembled out of selected moments. Which is why, even when we’ve experienced the same events as other individuals, we never constructed identical narratives: the criteria used for selecting moments were different for each of us, and a reflection of our personalities. Each of us noticed the details that caught our attention and remembered what was important to us, and the narratives we built shaped our personalities in turn.”
Sorry, but I think EVERY Republican candidate should apologize for their voting records and their support for Donald Trump.
… and a “good guy” in your story …
please stop writing clichés.
Write real people instead.
After reading Northanger Abbey, it is either a steaming pile of Victorian lust, backstabbing and betrayal …
Or a tempest in teapot with a rushed “shit, gotta wrap it all up right now!” ending.
Can’t decide which, but leaning toward the teapot.
Inspired by a writing exercise (write a letter to the hero applying to be their sidekick) at the end of a Hawaii Fiction Writers work shop on buddies and sidekicks:
“When you’re captured by the bad guys, tied up and being tortured to reveal where our client is hidden, I would shoot you in the head – then myself – to protect our client’s life.”
Proposals to build housing in Ward area will, of course, will be only for the wealthy: