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Joshie Juice

Thank you for sharing that.

I'm also in the middle of book two. I want it to be . . . better than book one.

The longer one does this gig, the less one has the abandon of newbieness. I see holes, and holes and holes more . . . .

Your book will rock, without question, and that is precisely because you question yourself!

Joshie Juice

Sorry. That comment above sounds so dorky and up with people.

I swear I'm not up with people (or writing).


Thanks, Joshie! And no, I would never think of you and Up With People together. Except in an ironic sense of course. I actually thought hard before posting this because I felt like it was sort of self-indulgent (oh, poor me, to have the luxury and time to worry about this stuff!), but ultimately I think it can be useful to look behind the curtain at other people's processes. Esp. when I was a grad student, it all seemed so mysterious to me.

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