As a kind of work-avoidance-without-work-avoiding, I've put my novel, Tender Morsels Bwa-Ha-Ha
(with apologies to Roddy Doyle) into Scrivener
, which means that I can set it up to find things in it easily, like all the scenes where that bloody dwarf is (trying to push myself out of the G rating here), and I can admire each chapter's apparent sortedness like this, instead of in scrawled over lists with ticks next to everything:
This is the tenth chapter; purty, no? Each coloured pin represents a different point of view. Head-hopping? Never!