Haruki Murakami’s creative flow.

‘it’s no fun … if I already know how it’s going to end’

Photo by JR Korpa on Unsplash

“Enjoying the flow”,

“Musical Covers and Interpretations”,

It’s a pleasure that Murakami too seems to appreciate and understand, that the process must be as enjoyable for the reader as it is for the writer; if not it falls short of serving it’s purpose — establishing a universal connection.

Credits: Four Tet Remix — Great Day by MF Doom / Madvillain.
Credits: Aesop Waits — Dirt City / Mashup of “Dirt in the Ground by Tom Waits” and “No City by Aesop Rock”

I failed to learn the piano, so I decided I’d play the keyboard instead. //All aboard the Crazytrain.

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