n a satirical way, a novel is the long journey to getting published, and the journey can be an eternal one. With all its lonesome moments, its dry wells, and in many cases its linguistic trepidation, a novel is the essence of creative thinking with a discipline that matches the patience of saints and the exuberance of the almighty creator.
As Mark Twain once said, it is not the Missouri boy in him that spoke, but also the Yankee in him that combined lives experiences to make him a great writer. Similarly, my multi-cultural upbringing allowed me to draw from wealthy experiences in Morocco and the USA.
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