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Writing Methods

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!

GFC Lovin

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  • Reply Emily Woodard

    I had a typewriter once and it was so much fun. I think it would be nice to write poems or quotes with and frame the finished product. I'm all for the vintage feel they give!

    June 26, 2013 at 2:51 pm
  • Reply Taylor Hart

    I adore vintage type writer's!! I collect them as well! Loves!!

    June 26, 2013 at 8:48 pm
  • Reply Real College Student of Atlanta

    i would loveeeee a typewriter, and that one is so cute!!

    June 27, 2013 at 3:13 am
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