R. Reporter: Hello I’m Reporter Reporter, here with Bartleby Willard and Amble Whistletown on November 2, 2019, the night before the release of their upcoming essay collection “First Essays”. Hi guys!
RR: So! Big moment!
Amble: Glad to be done.
RR: I bet! Glad to be getting your thoughts out there, too I bet.
Bartleby: We’re not done yet. We’re going to work on it some more tomorrow.
Amble: We’re basically done.
RR: It must feel good to put together a coherent and livable philosophy.
Bartleby: It would if we could do it. Maybe tomorrow when we get up early and start the whole project over from zero. Maybe this time!
Amble: It will be released tomorrow and then we’ll stop thinking about whether or not we’ve adequately sketched Something Deeperism.
RR: The book is causing a lot of buzz all over the globe. Many anticipate progress not just in the whys and hows of Something Deeperism, but also — and concomitantly — with our understanding of consciousness, free will, and enlightenment. Not to give anything away, and understanding that no one can live up to the kind of hype you guys have been getting here, but, people wanna know: can you deliver?
Bartleby: Maybe if we can shake off the Evil and stand up for real within ourselves tomorrow morning. Maybe if we can find the rhythm and sustain it.
Amble: The book will be OK. Not sure how much it will add to humanity’s understanding of anything, but open-minded/-hearted readers will be rewarded. We hope. Honestly we’ve gotten so tangled up in the process that it is hard for us to assess the book. Basically pretty good. Repeats itself too much, but we just gotta be done. And Bartleby keeps adding things!
Bartleby: Will the God help us? Why won’t the God help us? What is the sin keeping us from adequate insight into Godlight?
R. Reporter: OK! That’s Bartleby Willard and Amble Whistletown, author and editor duo of “First Loves”, released in September of this year, and of “First Essays”, set for international erelease tomorrow, November 3, 2019.
Bartleby: Unless the contours are off and the Hurt overpowers our vision. Then we won’t be able to publish anything tomorrow.
Amble: Any bit of the book that gives us trouble tomorrow will be cut. We are releasing the book tomorrow.
R. Reporter: OK! There you have it! Men with a vision! Heartening! Nice to see!
Author: B. Willard
Editor: A. Whistletown
Producer: R. Reporter
Copyright: AM Watson