Tools of the trade
Well, I’m an old fashioned girl at heart. So, I’m a paper and pen gal. And I make sure I have a small notepad and pen with me everywhere I go as you don’t know when inspiration will hit!
Years ago, (cause I’ve been at this for while) I used to have a Dictaphone. And no matter where I was, if I was hit by the dialogue of my character, or a new scene or an idea hits me, I whipped that Dictapohne out and pressed record. And yes, I got some strange looks when I did that in public.
OMG, I just found it in the back of my drawer, in my old office. Eeek I’ve got to listen to those tapes now. It’s going to be hilarious.
From a typewriter to a computer, I’ve only used MS Word for all 14 of my books and the others you don’t know about. 😉
I’ve never used a novel -helping-program like Scrivner and the others. All my plotting is done in my head and then pen to paper and then on my laptop.
Just a quick thanks to JD for organising #MarchoftheWriter. I’m having a lot of fun, and hopefully, my readers are learning more about me.
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2 thoughts on “Day 22 #MarchoftheWriter”
Wouldn’t it still be easier to use an app on your phone that works like a dictaphone than dig around in your purse for your paper and pen? Just seems like it would be to me. You thoughts? Miss you girl! ❤️👍🤔
I know I have that program on my mobile phone, I’ve just never used it. I haven’t used my dictaphone for years, in fact, I couldn’t get it to work. Nope, I’ll stick with paper and pen. 🙂