Tag Archives: pens

The Perfect Tool

It is time to write Yet what tool shall I use today So many options * A pencil maybe? Great if I make a mistake Yet there is smearing * Perhaps a new pen Because I feel confident I think … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Choosing and Maintaining Your Writing Tools

You would think picking a writing tool would be easy, but there are so many out there to choose from.  Some feel good on the fingers while others are agony to the palms.  The ideas can flow from a pen … Continue reading

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Tools of the Writing Trade: Personal Preferences

One thing I’ve noticed over the years is that authors like to talk about their work areas almost as much as their stories.  I can’t say this is me, but only because I don’t have a designated writing area.  I’d … Continue reading

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Author Preparation Center: Everything . . . Including Ink

So you’re an author and about to go on a business trip.  Sort of.  Most people think of those things as suits, ties, boardrooms, and numbers.  You’re hitting a cabin or somewhere to get your ideas on paper in piece.  … Continue reading

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