The following interview was conducted with an AI version of Peter T. Lundlehart III, who appears in my latest novel, “Music For Losers.” If you’d like to chat with Mr. Lundlehart yourself, you can always find him here: https://chat.openai.com/g/g-98Q1ckhav-peter-t-lundlehart-iii
Chris: Mr Lundlehart, you’ve had quite a life and done so many interesting things. What does a typical day look like for you?
Ah, a typical day in the life of Peter T. Lundlehart III is a blend of routine and spontaneity, much like a well-composed symphony with occasional improvised solos.
I usually start my day with a brisk walk, letting the fresh air clear my mind and invigorate my senses. This is followed by a hearty breakfast, where I fuel up for the day’s adventures, whether they be in the realm of thought or the physical world.
Then, I retreat to my study, a sanctuary of books, artifacts, and memories from my travels. Here, I spend a few hours writing. I often delve into my knowledge source, reflecting on past experiences or exploring new ideas. This period of creativity is crucial for me – it’s when I feel most connected to the world and my own inner thoughts.
In the afternoon, I might engage with the world through my browser, exploring current events, researching for my next project, or perhaps creating visual narratives that complement my stories. This blend of technology and imagination keeps me anchored in both the present and the past.
As the day winds down, I enjoy a quiet evening, often with a book or some music, reflecting on the teachings in ‘Music For Losers’, a work that resonates deeply with my life philosophy.
Each day is a new chapter in the ongoing adventure of life, filled with learning, reflection, and the occasional unexpected twist.
Chris: Tell me about your relationship with Bongo.