a week of traveling, editing, and moving
Each Wednesday, I take stock of the projects I’m working on, and where my brain is at.
What projects am I working on? And where is my brain at?
I’m working on far too many projects, and my brain feels like it’s about to explode in 14 different directions.
I got back from Maine after a cancelled flight (that was never actually technically cancelled), an extra night in a Portland hotel, and a very early flight the next morning.
But at least the Portland airport has couches & rocking chairs, and the many hours of delay meant that I finished up the edits I was working on.
Which means, this round of edits for Shawl Geometry Book Two are done. And I got to send them off to my technical editor this morning.
If you’re keeping track of the revolving door that is this editing process. Book One is with it’s second technical editor, on it’s third (and final) round of edits. Book Two is with it’s first technical editor on it’s first round of edits. And I’m about to dive into my first round of edits on Book Three, while I wait for Book One to come back to me.
But between now and starting in on Book Three edits, I move.
And as much as I’m sick of moving, this move does reunite me with my yarn/fabric stash, and the rest of my wardrobe, so I’m pretty damn excited.