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Reviews from GoodReads. Loading GoodReads Reviews. Staff View. Borrower Reviews. Copies Location Call 2 of 1. I never know what is going to inspire me. I loved your new book and what happened to Marge in this one. Faye Kellerman: Hello, Michele. We've been corresponding for a number of years, and it's so nice to hear from you again.

I'm thrilled that you like my newest, and I think Marge really came into her own on this one. Great to hear from you and write anytime. As always, best wishes. Marco Aurelio from Fortaleza, Brazil: Hi there again! Tell me: Do you have a "favorite child" among your books? What's Jonathan's best book, in your opinion?

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Faye Kellerman: Hi again, Marco. No, I really don't have a favorite. Of course, you're always most enthused about the book that you're currently writing. I love all of Jonathan's books, and I wouldn't dare pick a favorite. If you were asking me for my favorite author, well, then, it would have to be Jonathan. Faye Kellerman: Hi, Lewis: I'd like to see Poe and his crew crop up again, but I have to find the perfect story for them.

When the story hits, then I'll write it.


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In the meantime, Peter and Rina are my family. Who are your favorite Jewish writers? I believe I'm writing thrillers with Jews as main characters. Everybody has to be something, and because I am so closely allied with my religion, I feel I can write more personally if my characters have compatible beliefs. I was a great fan of Kemelman's Rabbi series. But I think my favorite writer who writes about Jews would have to be Chaim Potok.

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I know you publish a novel about once every year, but how long does it take for you to write them? Do you rewrite and revise or is that your editor's job? Faye Kellerman: Hi, J.

It takes me around a year from start to finish -- from conception to publication. I do all my own rewriting and revising and that is a formidable task, let me tell you. Because my first drafts of anything are usually pretty terrible. My editor is a woman named Carrie Feron. She's great. After the manuscript is done on my end, she'll have questions and make suggestions on a separate piece of paper. I usually incorporate around 60 percent of her suggestions into my writing. A good editor never, ever marks up the manuscript. And Carrie's a good one. Will from Metaire, CA: What is a typical work day like for you?

Is it the same for your husband? Faye Kellerman: I'm an early riser when the kids are in school -- around 6am. I take that time to exercise and read the paper, then I do carpool. I usually write anywhere from two to four hours in the morning. Break for lunch.

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Then, if time permits, a couple of hours in the afternoon. Since I have kids and dogs and a household, I suppose I'm no different than any other working mom except my commute is a lot shorter. Of course, there are times when I feel as if I'm juggling too many objects.

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But, hey, I've got the best job in the world, so I'm not complaining. Jon from Washington, DC: And what are you working on now??? I love writing with Cindy. She's so smart and young and fresh and sassy. And now that she's a cop, you can imagine what Decker's going through.

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