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I've been thinking a lot lately about creativity and what inspires it. My first novel was inspired by my experiences as a young lawyer working in criminal defense. It felt cathartic when I finished it, like I'd finally worked through all of the emotions I felt trying to navigate the justice system while at the same time hating my job and looking for a way out. My Pizza Diaries series was inspired by my adventures in trying to escape student debt hell. Again, when I finished it, I felt like I'd worked through that part of my life.
But I still feel like there's a part of my story that I'm working through. The trouble is (continue reading here)