Lexie: Pain getting worse?
Justine: Does it look like it's getting better?
Lexie: I know what can help.
Lexie: Clipping your aneuyrism.
Lexie: Look, I'm sure if you call your publisher's and you tell them, they'll extend the deadline.
Justine: This is not about a deadline. It's about my reader's out there who are waiting for me to finish this series that they have been following for ten years.
Lexie: You're really that popular?
Justine: Wow, you really know kick a girl in the ego, don't you?
Lexie: I'm-- I'm sorry. We don't really get time to read around here. Uh, what about your family? I mean, I'm sure they wouldn't want--
Justine: Do you see any family sitting with me, Dr. Grey? I'm a writer. My characters are my family, and I care about them. And I've managed to make a lot of others care about them, as well. Yes, so I want to give my reader's closure. But, Kate, Nathan, and Alexander I owe them closure. And I'm just trying to give it to them.
Lexie: I'm just trying to help you.
Justine: You wanna help me? How fast can you type?