Then you look to your left and see the most beautiful woman you could have ever dreamed up. And she's real. You decide to focus on real life for awhile. But something is still missing. You still feel unaccomplished. Even with the blessings you have, you feel sad. Now you have a baby daughter. You feel even more pressure to make something great happen. You want to create something people simply can't ignore. It needs to be something that people can't help but love.
It's true that truth is very often stranger than fiction. For all the good things that may happen to you, the creative mind is never fully satisfied. Yet I keep stopping. I can't do that. You can't do that. You always have to keep your mind focused. Even if you're focused on taking a step back and appreciating what you do have.
Write what you know. What do I know? Part of me much prefers writing about what I don't know. There is a key to figuring out how to best use my creative talents to benefit everyone. No matter how many grand plans I cook up, I always fall short of getting much beyond started. But at least I started right? So what should I do with all the false starts?
Forget them. Start fresh. Borrow what you have to. But I just need to start anew, just like the life my amazing partner and I brought into the world. She deserves only the best.
And so the story begins, the story of how one man turned his words into something special.