As writers, we start with pen and paper, and then we move on to devices that help us write, revise, and edit faster. Our parents had typewriters; we have computers. Computers are, or at least seem to be, less wasteful than typewriters and have many useful features, but they also happen to have tiring and … Continue reading Laptops Versus Typewriters Versus Freewrite
Last week, on a quiet evening, I discovered a small, bright scratch on the screen of my beloved reading companion Touchy, an electronic delight of the Kindle Paperwhite variety, for I categorically refuse to consider it a mere inanimate object. This small, lightweight, nice-to-hold electronic delight with its beautifully illuminated screen has brought me much … Continue reading Reflections On a Screen Scratch Drama (Or There Is a Crack In Everything. That’s How the Light Gets In.)
You won’t find the answer in the first paragraph, I am afraid. I bought a Kindle when I first made up my mind to become an author, almost four years ago. Since I live in Romania and I had to pay for shipping/customs, and at that time it was a big investment for me. I … Continue reading Should a Writer Buy an E-Book Reader?