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    Default a fragmental sentence: a new book with an old husband, perhaps

    Dear Teachers,

    I read this from The Right to Write by Julia Cameron:

    "I don't know how you do it," I am sometimes told when I am embarking on some creative pas de deux that looks risky to others - a new book with an old husband, perhaps. Writing is how I do "it." Writing is how I do everything...

    What does it mean by "a new book with an old husband, perhaps"?

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    Default Re: a fragmental sentence: a new book with an old husband, perhaps

    She's giving an example of something that "looks risky." Writing a new book with her "old husband."

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