7 Authors Who Never Had a Sophomore Slump
Becoming an author is hard. Becoming a successful author is even harder. And keeping that success? It takes dedication, talent, and a whole lot of good luck and better timing. Despite that, it seems there are some superhuman authors among us who publish one wildly popular or critically acclaimed (or both!) novel after another. They're authors like Paul Harding, who wrote the Pulitzer Prize — and PEN/Robert Bingham W. Prize-winning novel Tinkers – and then publish Enon to critical acclaim just a few years later. As Miley says: They can't stop, they won't stop.