Writing Essentials

You know you’ve had a busy day when you are heading out the door again and grab your power cord only to leave your computer behind. Fortunately, I had my notebook and a green pen. I was able to write out another chapter from my novel between events.

We might think so, but computers aren’t essential for writing. At least, they aren’t initially essential. As I brought up in my previous blog Switching It Up, sometimes we need to try different methods to get out word count goals accomplished. The basic writing tools of paper and writing utensil remain essential. I intend to be better prepared with both, especially on hectic days.

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