And when I say raw draft, I mean RAW, because there has been no editing going on and the manuscript is riddled with spelling mistakes and there are no annotations to mark the spoken lines, because those stop the flow of words rattling out of my fingers.
I made her a present to try and express my gratitude.
She's a writer herself and writes wonderful SCI-FI stories and she has a lovely blog.
I thought, what does a writer need most when out and about, well besides a phone these days...
A little notebook, for jotting down random thoughts and awesome story ideas, of course...
So I made her a traveler's notebook, with 2 inserts made by me with the templates, from my free templates page and one fieldnotes sized booklet I had purchased a while back and was just sitting in my closet.
I hope she likes her little book and finds some good use for it.
I also received some wonderful presents from some swaps I was in last week. Those swaps are held by the Midori Traveler's Notebook Nederland group on facebook every wednesday. This was my first time participating, as I was allways doubtfull about swapping. What could I have that anyone might want to swap, right?
Look at all the goodies I was sent.
I had so much fun participating getting my little packages together and then receiving such lovely presents in the mail. All wrapped up nice and pretty.
Now before I go on rambling, I must head off to work!
Later today I will go and hop around those lovely workdesks around the world from Julia's blog, the stamping ground, so maybe I'll see you there.
I wish you a wonderful week.