"I'm a big nerd, and I'm very careful about my research in all my novels," she said, adding that the study involved for All Other Nights was "almost like getting another doctorate!"[Dara Horn] also noted the fact that readers keep her work fresh: "You write one book, but the readers are reading a different book than you wrote," she said, adding that "often, they're reading a better book than the one you wrote!"All Other Nights, she said, "has merit for the kind of conversations we'd like to see grow forth from this program." Its writer, she added, "appreciates her role not just as an author, but as a Jewish educator."
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