Paper chase

notebooks-991859_1920Digital tools are nearly entirely ubiquitous these days.

Most writers use computers, tablets, or smartphones for almost every aspect of their writing process. Research, note taking, outlining, drafts, revision, formatting, and, ultimately, publishing can all happen without ever putting a mark on a single sheet of paper.

But some writers still enjoy the tactile experience of using pen and paper. And for some, working by hand lets their brain process in different ways than it would using a keyboard and screen.

Several years ago, one member became enamored with a particular brand of physical notebook, and asked other members how they use handwritten notes in their own process. All members are welcome to login and see what kind of responses he got. And if you wish, feel free to share your own unique uses for physical notebooks when you write.

About the Author

pearannoyedI'm currently writing furiously, with the intent of self-publishing. I'm only writing furiously because I'm mad at myself for not doing it sooner.... A Californian at heart, I currently reside in North Texas with one husband, two grown children, and a pair of neurotic dogs.View all posts by pearannoyed