Looking at a week where Life interferes with Art, so let's let the blogs be short.

Layers. I write in layers, reading over and over and finding each time places to add depth. The question then, for all of you who have written a zillion books: does it come to the point where you put it all together more easily? Does the number of revisions lessen over time? Not that I mind them; I just wonder.

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Comment by Peg Herring on April 18, 2009 at 9:30am
I hear that! The first couple of books, I just wrote. Now that I've been edited a few times, I consider so much more as I write. It's great, but as you say, it keeps expanding.
Comment by Tom Cooke on April 18, 2009 at 7:25am
No zillions of books here, but thousand of technical papers and one book and a few short stories. For me it gets longer. The more I learn the more there is to check on so the process expands with each project.

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