So if you're stuck in creative limbo, it's not so easy to get out again (or is there a book on that?
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How would I write with someone else?
Who else would be my editor?
Of course, I was also scared, because how would this work?
What if it didn’t work out?
How long, on average, does it take you to complete a first draft, and how do you know when the story is one you’re prepared to spend that much time and energy working on?
How long did you have your previous editor there, and what’s it like when that kind of change happens to someone so firmly established at a publishing house?
But truthfully, who knows what is going to happen next?
Do you think writing is lonely work?
Then I thought, well, if writing about a woman who couldn’t remember anything about her coma hadn’t helped, what if I wrote about a woman who remembered everything?
What excites you about all of it, even now?
What is your next novel about, or what does it explore (as much as you’re willing to say), and what prompted it?
If light can be both a wave and a particle at the same time, which is supposed to be impossible, maybe this can be true, too, and isn’t that incredible?
First I thought, maybe she’s suddenly a great athlete, but it didn’t feel like a good choice, because I kept thinking, well, so what?
What if I were able to process my coma that way?
It begs the question: Should you even launch a product in 2020?
Mac & Cheese for Breakfast?
Was every female in the series pregnant?
What would it look like for the Times to truly focus on improving the state of local news?
What are the alternatives to tear gas for crowd control?
Who is a genuine contender and who is making up the numbers?