If you read the first draft of a manuscript and then read the published book, you'll often find a lot
of changes --- characters develop new personality traits, there's an alternate ending, the language is more polished and specific scenes take a new turn. As part of her blog tour for WHEN AUDREY MET ALICE
--- a novel where bored First Daughter Audrey Rhodes discovers Alice Roosevelt's hidden diary and is inspired to make her time at the White House a bit more fun --- Rebecca Behrens
tells Teenreads about her favorite scene to write, and how much it changed along the way. Read on and learn all about Rebecca's writing process --- as well as an awful lot about golf carts!