Elizabeth GilbertWrite, revise, rewrite. The New York Times chronicled Elizabeth Gilbert’s efforts to craft a followup to her bestselling memoir, Eat, Pray, Love.

“There’s something very scary about having millions of people waiting to see what you’re going to do next,” she said. “The people who love Eat, Pray, Love are very dear and are very encouraging, but they also have their expectations.”

The Times noted that Gilbert “has delivered a new book that Viking will publish in January. Titled Committed: A Skeptic Makes Peace With Marriage, the book is a memoir of a tumultuous year that came 18 months after Eat, Pray, Love leaves off, as well as a meditation on wedlock.”