The Daymakers consider the problems that arise when a writer encounters various pressures--some internal, some external--to publish. In some cases, this pressure can be useful to the writer, while in others, it can undermine the writer's integrity. When looking at some of the most influential writers, it becomes clear that quality is far more important than quantity. On the other hand, plenty of great books have been written by those who have over-published. What do you think? Let us know in the comments!
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