Just a drive-by post — I've been busy with editing Book Two along with working approximately eleventy-million hours at the J.O.B. I'm trying to get the book into good enough shape to send to my Amazing Agent, Susanna Einstein, by the beginning of June. I'm doing the hard-copy edits now, and then I'll input them into the computer next week (that takes SO long, and it's the most tedious part of writing, I think).
The best part is now. The book is written, and I'm playing around inside it, tinkering, moving things, seeing if they fit better over here or over there.
My favorite part of moving is after the furniture has been dumped inside the house. All the corners are clean, and you can put the couch here and see what you think about it. You can hang a picture there and then move it three times until you love it.
That's the stage I'm in right now. It won't last long, so I'm enjoying every minute of it. There will be many such minutes today — I'm an editing fool today.
At least I have help.
Off to the coffee shop now. Not even bringing the computer. I will get SO much done this way.
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