Monday, May 30, 2005

Write a Book a Month

Apparently, some people do just that.

Lee Goldberg asked James Reasoner a few questions about his productivity, the role his wife plays in the writing process and about outlines.

James Reasoner writes on average eight, that's 8!, books a year and sometimes 12 books a year. He also had to say this about outlines:

I like a six to eight page outline. That's loose enough to allow for some improvisation but detailed enough so that I rarely write myself into a corner. But I've written plenty of books from outlines that are only a page or two long.


Anonymous said...

I can't imagine, I have trouble just keeping my Blog updated...LOL!

Patry Francis said...