I found this post interesting. Two responses leap to my mind:
2) This sounds like an ideal life
Oh, wait, three responses:
3) It would sound just a tiny bit more ideal if I weren’t just a little stuck right now on both WIPs. But that’s all right! Getting mildly stuck is pretty much part of MY process, it’s just TUYO spoiled me for that part by whooshing at very nearly top speed from beginning to end.
Anyway, here’s Nora:
I’m able to produce a lot of books because I work every day. Because I don’t go out to lunch or dinner, or to events, go shopping, have hobbies or socialize all that much. I don’t want to.
I like home. I like my space. I have plenty of people living in my head for company.
Exactly! That sounds pretty much completely ideal.
She writes four books a year. (!)
This is her post explaining why that pace of writing happens to suit her.