I’ve printed out the manuscript for ONE WOMAN’S JUNK in preparation to make the (hopefully) last pass of story edits.
I’ve put the pages in my big, shiny binder (after somehow massacring the job I did of three-hole-punching) and have started scribbling on them.
((Hmmm, the photo makes it look like sand, which is fitting for a book that’s set in a beach town, but in person it’s more like gold glitter.)
This is my process…gold glitter binder, paper and purple ink. Also hot pink Post-It notes with random questions and the occassional index card meant to remind me of why I’m doing what I’m doing.
I’d planned on taking the lot to my favorite coffee shop to work on, but it’s been raining for hours, so I stayed home and worked at my desk, where my view could only be described as dreary.
Also appropriate considering the book begins on a stormy night…..