Done with the Rough Cut, Time To Map the Book
After I found the 140+ pages, I discovered that Phil actually had 6 more months of archives. What a bonus!
So I now sit with close to 170 pages — sorted into 5 categories. Those 5 categories will soon become 7 or 8 book chapters. That will happen when we’ve reviewed the larger ones to break them into more readable chunks.
The next step is to plan how the pages map out.
We’re actually going to make a bookmap.
No Bound Book Has 666 Pages
You may never have thought about it, but it’s a fact:
You can’t have a page 1 without a page 2.
Every sheet of paper has a front and a back.
That’s the first reason that page counts matter. Paper is tangible.
There are some things that paper won’t do.
It’s also a fact that:
No bound book has 666 pages.