Another week where I do a lot, then when I sit down to post my check-in, none of it seems all that interesting.
For instance, I completed the print and e-book layout for the Coffee & Ghosts series bundle, barring a few tweaks. But I can’t really show you that. I mean, we could sit here and watch the tracking number for the proof delivery.
But that isn’t very exciting.
Well, I guess I can show you the cover.
I also did a fair amount of revision work this week as well. That isn’t so remarkable. What is remarkable is I did half of that work at a coffee shop.
I never thought those studies–about how the noise level in coffee shops can boost creativity–would apply to me, since I’m such an introvert.
I. Was. Wrong. I am seriously pleased with the progress I’ve made, in the evenings no less, while my daughter is at her dance lessons.
I wouldn’t proofread in a coffee shop, but it’s great for coming up with creative solutions to story issues.
Lesson in all this? Even if you think you know yourself and your process, it doesn’t hurt to try something new.
- Photoshop tutorials
- Print and e-book layout on Coffee & Ghosts
- Revision work
- Knight in the Royal Arms
One response to “Weekly writing check-in: the one with behind-the-scenes”
“Lesson in all this? Even if you think you know yourself and your process, it doesn’t hurt to try something new.”
That’s a fantastic lesson. I think you’ve inspired me. 🙂