As a journalist, I began — I did many interviews. So, of course, the things that were told to me, I kept them.1 All the words that were given to me. So, I used them, I gave them back to the people or to the readers or whatever. And that’s the way I was interested, but I don’t know if it was historical.2 I just — I think what I did is write, what people would understand, not write anything that people would think it was very difficult to read. 3 But people are much more interested in what happens. I’ve written novels and short stories, even a novel that could be an autobiography. But people are more interested in what happens to them or what happens to the country than what I have to tell about a story of something.4

  1. Dentist Chair []
  2. Texas Novel []
  3. History Is A Construct, Viewfinder []
  4. Open Like A Canvas []
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