See these helpful tools for working on a novel-in-progress
from writer/blogging maven C.M. Mayo
. I especially like number 8, using a corkboard to post sections of your work. When I was at VCCA my whole wall was a corkboard, and at one point, I had a hundred pages up there. It was a great way to see how everything flowed and what needed to move where.
While you're at it, scroll down the same page and check out Mayo's previous posts on books on craft and creating, and cures for writer's block.
Going down the ten tools list, I can figure out what I have and what I still need. Let's see, I've got paper clips, tabbed folders, post-its, manuscript box... So I'm done, right?
Wait, you mean now I have to WRITE something?