One draft is never enough


I cleaned off my desk today. These are a few pages I pulled from a stack of paper two inches tall. They’re what lawyers call work product. Drafts, edits, notes. I type all my novels and stories on a computer. But at some point, I always print out what I’m working on and attack it with a pen or pencil.

What you see here is the interior of my mind, spilled onto letter-size paper. Maybe that’s why I’m holding onto it so firmly.

2 responses to “One draft is never enough

  1. Wow,

    Lots of notes. Very impressive and lots of planning involved. Thanks for the insight into your mind. Now if I could only expand this picture more…


  2. Love these posts!

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