@AmandaTse asks, Is there anything that you wish you could go back and change looking back at your previous books?
I...don't read my previous books. Once they're published, I never read them again. I tried to. I wanted to annotate a copy of Across the Universe, with little notes on things. But...I never made it past the first chapter. Because I wanted to change everything. The words, the placement, the pacing.
Reading a book that I've already published feels like going back in time to a memory. In my memory, things are one way. But in the final version, they're slightly different. It's because things get skewed in memory. Versions and different drafts blend together, or an idea that was vague while writing became bigger in my head, or I forgot a detail that seemed important at the time.
All this to say: I am 100% certain there are things I would change, but I don't know what they are because I don't read the books any more!
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