I've spent the last couple of nights making a big whack of book covers. They are all now happily pressing under weights, getting ready for pages to be added. Making my books for orders involves a bit of a production line - cut covers, cut paper for covers, glue paper to covers, press, glue in pages, press, and so on. Sometimes, I enjoy the production line, I can really lose myself in all that cutting and gluing. Right now though, I am resenting the production line a little bit. Because I am building up my stock of "regular" books, I have little time to work on new ideas. I am really keen to begin producing more photo albums and cards, but the production line is stopping me from doing so! I need more effecient ways to handle my workload, and I am hoping to buy a big professional type rotary cutter to help speed up things a bit.