Once a writer, always a writer?

Catherine Burr

OldWomanAndComputerJokeI bet people probably frequently ask you if you’re writing a new book (I say this because if you’re reading this, you’re probably a writer), what you’re writing, when your next book will come out. Right?

My question is this, “Once a writer, always a writer?”

In 1996, my first book was published. That was 18 years ago! My most recent book came out 2 years ago. Total, I’ve had something like 14 books published, written a year’s worth of columns for The Celebrity Cafe.com, and published 120 books through NLP. That’s a lot of words.

But what I want to know is this, at what point does a writer stop writing?

Once a writer, always a writer?

People ask me all the time if I’m writing a new book, when it’s coming out, what I’m writing. They want details! And, I just shrug and say, “I’m working on it.”…

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