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The rate at which you publish novels is impressive; is it out of an obligation to your readers to work at this pace or something else?
I sign a contract for each book, and I try to keep my word. It’s a balancing act between being creative and keeping my word to my editor. I know that when I’m late, I throw a monkey wrench into a lot of peoples’ lives and work days, so I try not to do that. Sometimes I’ve been late, however, and sometimes I’ve been VERY late. And often it had been Herculean editorial effort that has concealed that from the readership. I appreciate that, and I try not to abuse it. I do know this about myself. If I dismissed deadlines as optional, I’d never finish a book. I always want to do one more re-write, to add one more scene or tack just a few more chapters onto the end of the tale. I would happily revise forever and never turn the book in. So by telling myself that I must make that deadline and focusing on it, I actually manage to finish the book.
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