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In 1998, she and Leventhal began working on what would later become Rules of Travel.
The recording sessions were cut short when she became pregnant and was unable to sing for two and a half years, due to a polyp on her vocal cords. Her children's book Penelope Jane: A Fairy's Tale, which included an exclusive CD, was published by Harper Collins in 2000, and in 2001 she edited a collection of short fiction by songwriters titled Songs Without Rhyme: Prose by Celebrated Songwriters.
In the '80s, Cash curtailed her touring for childbearing and raising a family (three daughters with Crowell, as well as Crowell's daughter by his first marriage, Hannah).
She continued to record and in 1987 released the most critically acclaimed album of her career, King's Record Shop. 1 hits, including a cover version of her father's "Tennessee Flat Top Box", John Hiatt's "The Way We Make a Broken Heart", "If You Change Your Mind", John Stewart's "Runaway Train", and became Cash's second gold album.
The first, "No Memories Hangin' Around", a duet with country singer Bobby Bare, reached 17 on the Country Singles chart in 1979.It yielded one Top 40 single ("What We Really Want") and marked the beginning of sharp commercial decline for Cash.Though it may have been inspired by the breakup of her marriage, it also signified her departure from Nashville and its country music establishment. It received considerable acclaim from critics, though neither of its two singles, "The Wheel" or "You Won't Let Me In", charted.In 1976, Johnny Cash recorded the Rosanne Cash composition "Love Has Lost Again" on his album One Piece At A Time.Though she did not appear on this track, it was Rosanne Cash's first professionally recorded work as a composer.