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18 thoughts on “Evidence

  1. There must be some formula to determine when it is OK to move onto the next book. Like, say, Time Spent On Imaginary Girls Times .o125 Minus Number of Mochas Consumed Equals Length Of Mandatory Writing Hiatus.

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  3. I don’t think it’s ever too soon to think about the next book. I’ve already begun researching the next one. I give you permission to do so as well. 🙂

  4. Having just used my special x-ray eyes, I can safely say that this is a beautifully written manuscript! When to start on the next book? Ideally, sometime soon, so we can read it soon. Thanks Nova!

  5. Congrats! I did that this weekend. I’m overwhelmed by all the paper but excited to finally be revising.

    I don’t think it’s ever too soon to start thinking about your next book!

    • Valerie, CONGRATS to you too! I hope revising is treating you well! At the moment, I’m having quite a lot of fun with it. Hope that lasts… and hope you are as well.

      (I admit I’ve been thinking about the next book—TWO next books, honestly—for weeks and weeks now. They really want some attention!)

  6. I have been lurking forever, watching your progress. Congratulations!! I feel like a proud parent. You have achieved something many others wish for through hard work and persistence.
    You go girl!!

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