All of my stories, whether short or long, begin from my
personal experiences, regardless of how insignificant they may
be, over which I place layers of material from my imagination.
Throughout most of my stories, I weave concepts that I have
gleaned from my studies in the social sciences, religion, and
philosophy, and from my readings in the sciences and the arts.
My major goal for my readers is that they receive fun,
entertainment, and perhaps a sense of the quirkiness of life
from my stories. After that, if they obtain insights
into life and the world around them, I am very happy for them.
And then after that, if readers are moved from the dialogue
and interaction among the stories’ characters because their
emotions and motivations resonate with their own experiences,
I am thrilled for them. In the off chance that readers
find in one of my stories a morally constructive idea to apply
to their own lives, I am delirious.
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