How and where does the author draw inspiration? This is a perennial question asked by many aspiring writers. It's a difficult question because there is no one answer. It's different for everybody. Most of my ideas, for instance, come while I am asleep. I usually wake up at 2.30 a.m. with a sentence, a paragraph or a cast of characters running through my head. For Paul Burman inspiration struck one harrowing morning in northern Greece. The problem is he is still Searching for the Story that may lie buried within a harrowing real-life event.
Happy for No Reason.