|Not our house -- yet.|
I'm more sympathetic to Smith's argument -- except when I'm not. Jonathan Franzen, whose work I've occasionally enjoyed, is producing at an acceptable rate so far as I'm concerned. Charles Stross is more voluble, and I'd never dream of telling him to slow down.
Write as fast as you can, or care to. But if you're prolific, it's probably best you not expect to be deeply read.