Antenna (antennapedia) wrote,

Glenn Cook

Here's an interview with fantasy writer Glenn Cook from a couple of years ago:

Q: Has any particular novel been more difficult for you to write than others?

A: Whatever I happen to be working on at the moment is the hardest goddamn thing I've ever wrestled with. I grow to hate it. I know it sucks. And, usually, when I read it after I've had a chance to forget it, I'm pleasantly surprised.

Heartening, perhaps, that this feeling is shared?
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