I found this great observation from Diana Ossana, an American, Academy-Award winning, writer.
“Emotional truths can sometimes be conveyed more effectively, more compellingly, through fiction.”
Profound and oh, so true.
-.- ‘Martin White looked at his watch. All around the floor of the open-plan office, people gathered in groups, then split into others, mingling through the murmer of after-work plans that had thankfully long since stopped involving him. It was after five which meant that he would have the place almost to himself and get […]
Scientists have to be objective, but as an author I have to be subjective. But it is an informed subjectivity, and true to the facts we have.