Trevor D. Richardson
The greatest thing about being a writer is this perfect moment in time when you conceive of a specific idea, maybe it's a bit of dialogue or some imagery in your story, and when you sit to write it the whole thing just goes so well that it's as if it already existed and you discovered it. It's almost like discovering a new element. Then, after that hard work is done, someone reads an entire book you wrote and picks that thing, that little moment, as the part they loved and they tell you about it. When this happens, as rare as it may be, you feel as if you, that reader, your story, and the entire universe have come together to form a single point.