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Thursday, February 11, 2010

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jane smith

Great article, point about agents and “Sorry Dahling, I read it too quickly" was a deja vu. thanks for sharing.

VeronicavS

This is sooo true! I'm a swedish crime novelist currently writing my third book and I agree on every point on your list! I can also add two points: the second book was much harder to write than I expected: when I wrote the first one I was elated just to be able to create something similar to a book. When writing the second book I constantly worried that it would be worse than the first...! And number two: It becomes better and better the longer you do it: I'm better at survining bad reviews(I still get them and they still hurt though, but not as much) and I'm better at not constantly looking at charts and so on. So just keep writing! Love the blog!
/Veronica

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