We Keep Odd Hours
If I drive for you, you give me a time and a place. I  give you a five-minute window, anything happens in that five minutes  and I’m yours no matter what. I don’t sit in while you’re running it  down; I don’t carry a gun… I drive.
“‘I won’t see you till the next making of Suntory. Go to that man and tell him the truth, okay?”
Rhyming Events. Paul Auster tells some really interesting true stories about coincidence and synchronicity in this Radiolab podcast.
http://www.radiolab.org/blogs/radiolab-blog/2011/jan/11/universe-knows-my-name/
I’m really enjoying reading the New York Trilogy at the moment. I’ve just finished reading City Of Glass and i’ve started into Ghosts. Both are very unusual takes on the detective novel where the characters become lost within the mysterious cases they are investigating.
Listen to Paul Auster’s story in this podcast, The Red Notebook