Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Since I'm short on answers
If your house was burning down and you could save one book what would it be?
How does one keep financial I-must-eat-and-pay-rent pressures from encroaching on the creative what I really want to be doing things?
How do Marilynne Robinson and Wallace Stegner write the books they do? Seriously, how?
Why can't someone just pay me a salary for being awesome?
What will the purpose of art be in Heaven?
Will my book be accepted by agents and editors any time soon? Will people like it?
What in the bleepin bleep should I write about for the next one?
Why, no matter how hard I try, can I never resist a good bread pudding?
When will J.K. Rowling's new book come out?
How do I manage the agent thing when I want to write in multiple genres?
Can I write a short story collection set at Disneyland without having copyright bombs dropped on me?
When is Rumbelle going to come back?
When is it all going to pay off?
Why can't I write faster?
It's what o'clock? How did this happen?
If you could meet one author living or dead who would you choose?
9, 10, or 11?
Where should I live in the fall? Where oh where oh where oh where should I work?
How do I finagle a meet with Meryl Streep?
Where do I submit a screenplay once I've got one?
What should I write about for the A-Z Challenge this year?
Is there any possible way to start making money off writing within a month?
Where do I meet cute guys who think I'm cute too?
Why do people even read this when I'm so whiny sometimes?
Is this real life?