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An article about Elizabeth Gilbert's bestselling memoir Eat, Pray, Love, which we like to think of as Self-Aggrandize, Whine, Repeatedly Thank Guru, hints at the idea that the book industry is silly to ever publish anything in hardcover and also contains this quote from Elizabeth, about how she felt after the book's initial surge of success: "I was so happy with everything that happened. I was more than satisfied. And then I thought that was it. It should have been over." God, seriously. [WSJ]