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  • Book Name: Our Missing Hearts 
  • Authors: Celeste Ng
  • Pages: 352
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Publish Date: 4 October 2022
  • Language: English

Book review:

Our Missing Hearts by Celeste Ng  i started off as a reader first i was a really early reader and as soon as i started reading stories i also wanted to start telling stories so even as a young kid i would write stories i would draw pictures to go with them i would write plays 

i would make my cousins perform them so i wanted to be a writer for a long time i just didn't know that was an actual career path i thought it was sort of a hobby like you're a knitter hi i'm celeste eng i'm the author of three novels everything i never told you little fires everywhere 

my new novel are missing hearts i really love talking about process because making art is difficult and weird and it's not the same for any two people i used to be very free-form about my writing i would say i'm only going to write when i'm inspired maybe i don't feel like writing today 

i'm going to go do something else after my son was born i had to get a lot more regimented about my writing process simply because i had less time i usually type because i can type much faster than i can handwrite and it's a little bit easier to keep up with the speed of my thoughts 

but sometimes i feel stuck and i will get a notebook and i'll handwrite and sometimes that change shakes things loose in a good way if i'm feeling really stuck i will go out and take a walk or i will take my notebook or my laptop and i'll go work somewhere else so before the pandemic 

i often went to write at the cambridge public library there are a couple of coffee shops that i love to work at sometimes i would do writing dates with friends where we would both sit there and because the other person was writing we would feel compelled to sit there and also at least look like 

we were writing and amazingly when you sit down and pretend that you're writing you often actually end up writing in my office i have a sort of like a bulletin board strip that i can stick things to i have a whiteboard that i can scribble notes on and it's magnetic so i can pin things up to it as well and 

so as i work on a project i end up having some pictures but mostly notes sometimes phrases sometimes ideas that i want to remember that are going to work their way into the dna of the book somehow when i'm starting a new project i almost always start with a character or a situation and it's usually something that confuses me questions like why would 

this person act this way or how did you get into this situation and how are you going to get out of it i try to be gentle with myself early in the process because when i don't know what the project is it feels a little bit like i'm dealing with sort of very tender little green shoots and i don't want to crush them so i kind of give them space to go wherever they want i have always had the best intentions in little fires everywhere i started off with 

this idea of a house on fire it was partially inspired by a real fire that had happened there was a church that had an electrical fire and at the time i did a lot of sitting and writing in a coffee shop that was right around the corner so one day i came in and you could smell all the smoke in the air and everybody in the coffee shop was talking about 

this fire and i started thinking what would lead someone to set a fire so i left the coffee shop i went around the corner i looked at the burned out building which is still kind of smoky and still wet from having been sprayed the day before by the fire trucks and i started writing down those images 

i started imagining what it was like when the fire was burning and then i started imagining what would it have been like to stand there on the curb and watch the fire burning and that's where the opening scene of little fires everywhere comes from in which

this character mrs richardson is standing on the corner watching her own house burn down i feel really lucky at the amount of success that i had many writers don't get to have their books reach an audience and i feel incredibly incredibly fortunate i think going forward.

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