Evolving Writing Times
It started some thirty-plus years ago.
A middle school day. Was it a maths class? Biology? Economy?
One thing is certain, I was writing when I should have listened. Writing always has been my thing. Reading and writing.
I was writing before going to bed, on the way to school, and sometimes at recess. With a blue pen, in plain school notebooks. Out of these many many words, not a lot turned into interesting stories. A lot less turned into good stories.
Often, I would hit a need-to-research-this block. A week could go by before I had time to go to the library to look it up.
Since the explosion of modern blogging (author Amanda Zantal-Wiener wrote a great post about the history of blogs, that’s how I sound knowledgeable right here) when in the 2010s, research-wise anyway, our writer’s life got a grand lot easier.
Writing tips-wise, however, that’s another story. No pun intended!Continuer la lecture de « Old Fashion Writings Tips for Technologically Overwhelmed Writers »