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  • Writer's pictureClarke Wallace


I’ve been wondering if the books I’ve written, most of them

fiction, stand up to the test of time? Are they still readable?  

Enjoyable? Worth keeping?

What’s next? Turn any of them into a screenplay and hope

for a miracle. I did it with THE MORNING MAN which eventually

became a motion picture. Will it ever

happen? Who knows

          Talking to a female cousin recently, I mentioned my knees

wouldn’t put up with me running on them anymore.

“So what,” said Araby . “Your brain is still ticking. That’s

what counts.”

She nailed it. Good advice for anyone.

Author’s comment: If there‘s anything I’ve learned from the

past it’s letting it stay mainly where it is. It’s done its job,

paving a way for what’s ahead.

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