Prolific author Harlan Coben says the best writers are filled with self-hatred
Number-one New York Times bestselling author Harlan Coben doesn't wait for inspiration. He doesn't need any. Coben joined "Salon Talks" to discuss his new thriller,"Run Away" and his writing process. Coben reveals that he treats writing like a job....
Coben reveals that he treats writing like a job. "The plumber can't say 'today I'm too important to do pipes, I can't do pipes today," Coben explained. But, it's not as easy. Coben added that his writing process is painful and full of self-hatred. "A lot of days I don't like myself so much. I don't feel good about myself unless I'm producing something. I let myself feel that."
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