Everyone has a list, even if it's just a grocery list written on a torn piece of table paper. As a writer, I've recently discovered the wonders of an outline. It's very helpful, but I still list. After I finish a chapter, if I know what's next,or if I have one of my brilliant ideas, I'll list them there at the bottom, before I start the next chapter, then I'll highlight them so I won't forget and leave them in the finished product.. They shouldn't call them lists at all, they should call them memory boots.
One of the things I've discovered recently, is the Kindle bookmark or note function. I just finished proofing Bum's Rush, one last time--yes, yes, I know, I thought I was done with it also, but errors had been reported and, as you know, the only way to flush them out is to read the book--again. So I downloaded a copy from Smashwords and when I found a little error, I bookmarked it and put a note in the bookmark so I'd know where to go to find the error and what needed fixing. As I was doing this, I got to thinking, if this works out well, maybe with my next book, that's where I'll start. I'll submit the raw WIP and flush out all the error I find on the first time through, or maybe the second. You can't edit the MS here, so it might be less distracting. Just a thought. Have to wait and see if it works.