The Writer’s Symphony‘s tales, through its different settings and characters, reflects a philosophy and wisdom I gained over the years. In a certain way, this collection of tales was a way for me to convey my own thoughts about the world and about mankind, in a way that would not be violent nor biasing for the younger readers.
Today, I would like to talk about one of the shortest stories/tales present in The Writer’s Symphony — Lost and Found. This post contains spoilers, so read it at your own risks.
The Writer’s Symphony is the first novel I wrote. Well, it may not exactly be considered a novel, although it is fiction book. As a matter of fact, for those of you who may not have read the description of the book yet, The Writer’s Symphony is a collection of tales. As a result, each tale tells the story of a different protagonist. But I had a specific reason for choosing this writing form.