If you’re an author with a novel, then you have to take your work seriously.
And you can’t afford to be complacent.
So what if you’ve got a book that’s got a bunch of plot holes, but there’s no real reason to believe that’s a real story?
Or a book with a lot of plot problems, but no actual problem?
That’s fine, but then you’re really only asking yourself if the book is a good book or not.
If you have no reason to doubt it, then it’s a good story.
And if you can, you can write it.
And the more people who have a problem with a book, the better.
So I suggest you start with a list of questions you’d like to ask your agent.
You don’t need to ask every single one of them, but you should make sure you’re asking enough questions to get a good feel for what you’re looking for.
For example, if you’re interested in writing about a real-life celebrity or celebrity-related subject, then there’s a few questions you should ask.
Name three people in the book who have been important to you or to your life.
If the book’s about someone important to your own life, then name one or two of them.
If it’s about something you’re passionate about, then ask if they’d be willing to talk to you about the book.
You should ask these questions to see if they’re relevant.
For me, this was the question I asked my agent: I’d love to read about a famous person who has a lot to say.
Who else in the world has had a lot say in my life?
The first person I asked was Michael Jackson.
If he wanted to talk, he’d have to get the book published first.
I know that sounds crazy, but he was a star, and if he wanted the book to sell, he was going to have to write it first.
So it’s possible that the book doesn’t have a huge following.
If so, then I’d say you should go ahead and ask him about his life.
And then you can ask your other questions, like, what’s the story behind this person’s name?
Who is this person?
If you don’t know the answer to these questions, then don’t buy the book, unless you really believe that it’s an important book, or something that will help you grow in your career.
If I told you that my husband, whom I love, is a writer, and he writes a lot about people, then wouldn’t you love to hear more about his writing?
Or that he’s a great actor?
And what about his wife?
She writes about people.
If she doesn’t write a lot, then maybe you’d be interested in her writing.
Or maybe you know about her life and how she became interested in fiction?
These questions could lead you to an answer.
But I can’t guarantee that they’ll be of any use to you, and so you have a few other choices.
If your agent is telling you that you need to know all of these things, you should probably say no.
It’s just a matter of knowing what to ask.
When you have these questions in mind, then if you do ask them, they’ll probably be helpful, but they won’t be relevant.
They might be more relevant to the person who wants to sell the book rather than the writer.
I have a good friend who wrote a book called “The Secret Life of Art and the Artist.”
The book is set in New York City and focuses on a woman who writes about artists and how they relate to their clients.
The first book she published was a short story called “A Woman Who Writes.”
I was curious about what the story was about, so I asked her a few things.
What was her name?
Did she ever tell you about herself?
She said that she did.
And I thought that was pretty interesting.
I asked, “So what’s this story about?” and she said, “Well, I just wanted to write about someone who does art and why she does it.”
And I said, Oh.
Well, you do it because you love art?
I didn’t know what that meant.
She told me about a group of artists she knew who would come to her apartment, and one of the artists was very interested in doing art.
And she would take him on a tour, and she’d show him her paintings, and I knew that was interesting.
But then she would say, “If you don