Part I of this book attributes only one source used for inspiration in creating the stories. It is a Calendar. Each illustration attached to every month of that Calendar, from long, long ago, pleaded for life. If you have never had a character cry out to you begging to become an integral part of an episode so important to that character and its existence, then you have probably slept very comfortably at night. The author did not. Until the final word was written for the final month, and the messages from that Calendar were completed to become a part of an uneven dozen, his nights were restless. Part II is also an uneven dozen. There are only ten stories. Once again the author was faced with a dilemma. This time there was no single source, other than imagination, consisting of experiences, fears, beliefs and, of course, things that go bump in the night.... you have to have some protection. Oh. I dona#39;t mean everything is pat, made-to- order, but how do you work it without bounds? ... They dona#39;t pay for Main Street, let alone the maintenance required by our tax dollars. Know what I mean?aquot; Henry anbsp;...
|Title||:||An Uneven Dozen|
|Publisher||:||Harry - 2004-07|