With technology, there are many different way to create large writing projects these days.
For example, I wrote large quantities of Aureole by hand before transferring it to word processing. After putting it on my computer, I printed off a copy and make edits by hand on the printed copy.
Some writers, though, do everything on the computer. Others do everything by hand. Still more use typewriters.
|On NCIS, McGee writes novels on his typewriter. Here, fellow agent DiNozzo messes around on his.|
While I’ve been resting up post-infusion, I’ve been watching a lot of crime shows. (I’m a sucker for them. Always have been.) In one episode of the TNT show Rizzoli & Isles, a homicide victim is a writer. Even though he’s in his 20s, he writes on a typewriter.
Then, Rebecca found a vintage typewriter. She’s selling it on her Etsy shop – isn’t it beautiful?
|From her Etsy shop|
I would love to write a future project by typewriter! What are your thoughts on modern writers using these?
Oh, and I’m linking up again for the GFC blog hop. Head on over to Pearls & Curls or Rainbows & Honeysuckle to join!