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Sitting side by side at the computer, Ms.
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gether — discussing aloud and often reading
each other's minds. They take turns at the
"We both think of the same word at the
same time, or I'll type the phrase Jan didn't
have time to get out of her mouth yet," Ms.
Katz said. "In the beginning, we thought it
was so weird. Now its just part of the process."
Ms. Greenberg added that working in such
a way enables the women to immediately
build upon each other's thoughts and cre-
ativity and automatically inhibits procrasti-
Working about five hours each day, Ms.
Greenberg and Ms. Katz completed Some-
thing Borrowed, Something Blue in about one
year. However, the partners volunteered for
a little informal research prior to its comple-
Dressed in Salvation Army clothing
dredged up from the 1960s, with ratted hair,
white lipstick and winged eyeliner, Ms. Green-
berg and Ms. Katz joined a host of others in
Toronto to work as "extras" in the wedding
scene of Used People, starring Shirley
MacLaine, Jessica Tandy and Kathy Bates.
"We wanted to learn more about the glam-
our and grit aspect of models and actresses,"
Ms. Katz said.
They might get the opportunity again.
CBS has bought the rights to the book
Something Borrowed, Something Blue and is
considering it for a movie.
While waiting, Ms. Katz and Ms. Green-