An interview with my agent

I just came across this recent Wild Child Publishing interview with my fiction agent, Ethan Ellenberg.

This struck me:

WC: How prolific does a writer have to be today to be a successful author?

EE: You need to write at least one very good book per year. More is better.

I can do that.

Can’t I?

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    • Edward Willett on May 4, 2007 at 4:44 pm
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    Actually, I’ve heard some authors say it gets harder, because you’re always competing with yourself.

    I still feel like I’m improving with every book, though.

    • Janet on May 4, 2007 at 4:38 pm
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    That seems to be the common wisdom, but I’ve heard some agents dispute it. Can’t hurt, though.

    I wonder if I could do it. Does it get easier after the first one?

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