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Old 03-25-2009, 10:55 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by doreenjoy View Post
I've been writing a long, long time, and my output has varied greatly over the years. I used to do six pages (about 2,000 very polished words) every day. Now I generally do two pages a day. If I keep at it day in and day out, I produce the book well before my deadline. My editor is always hassling me to write faster, but the muse doesn't cooperate.
Yes. In the same vein: Less is invariably more. All of this reminds me of the funny line from George in Seinfeld. He was pretending to be an architect and implied that he was the one who created the impressive Guggenheim on Fifth Avenue (am I right?): "Didn't take very long, either." Draw your own conclusions from this. I'll resist.

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