Do you think success as a writer--however you define it--changes your work? Does having a wider audience and/or wider acceptance of your work improve or deteriorate the quality of your writing?
Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of Eat, Love, Pray, has received mixed reviews on her latest book, Committed. One of the reviewers I read stated:
The only event more hazardous to a writer’s career than a book’s catastrophic failure is its meteoric success.
What do you think? If you published a best-seller, how would it change your writing? How would it change you?
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