I finished a round of revisions today.
Unfortunately that doesn't mean the novel is all polished up and ready to go out. There were some major changes I made based on feedback from early readers - and my own instincts. This round of revisions was to make sure that the changes all integrated properly and that the story made sense.
Now I get to go through (the last few chapters) and add some detail to them. They are bare bones now. They need to be dressed up.
Maybe this is an odd way of doing the revisions, I don't know. It seems to work for me.
So, when you revise is it a thorough all or nothing kind of process, or does it require more than one going over - kind of like painting a room with several coats of paint?
Okay - back to work.