I write, because, my dearest, what else do I have?Our mistakes are our own; our private lives private; but what if they weren't?
What if someone was watching, their pen at the ready?
Harry Winter is a writer whose life is anything but simple.
Starting in World War II, he lives through those he meets and those he watches.
Bit by bit, lives are intertwined, his losses become theirs, their secrets become his, until no one, least of all Harry, is sure of what is real and what is not.It Is Something To Have Been explore themes of love, loss and redemption, and the creative process itself.