We do not experience the world directly. There is a moment, albeit an infinitesimally small moment, during which our brain processes experience. So we are always a moment removed from the experience. In that moment, we create the experience, we construct a story to make sense of the experience. Some of us write the story down.
Perhaps you've seen this before: I like the way that girl thinks. The problem is she's looking in a book store. If she wants a man to buy her a book, she'd be better off in a bar. With the decline of book stores, bars have become the new home for books. Bars have become the place where readers and… Continue reading Books and Bars