Another 100 word storytelling (sort of...), my preferences when it comes to writing. I carry a notebook around with me, there are pieces of paper and paper napkins stuck in it (and I assume splotches of ketchup and mustard as well).
This is dedicated to all writers who keep a little notebook (be it physical or digital). May you always have a word to pour into them, may you never face a blank page in fear.
*picture is originally from http://blog.jmleclercq.com/10-fantastic-fountain-pen-photography/
11/20/2013 (Wednesday)- Twisted Dreams in Pen & Ink
There’s a difference between typing on a keyboard and writing with a pen.
The keyboard feels mechanical, too safe to hit delete retracting a word that could’ve taken us down a different story, too distracting to procrastinate typing in words such as: Facebook, Youtube, and Cats.
I prefer the pen and paper still. A mistake will sometimes take me to another story, or a different point-of-view. Each word and phrase feels more fleshed, more here and now—something I can play with and wonder.
Tonight I scribble and scrawl for dreams to tell.
Tomorrow I’ll type them out to post.