Do you use notes to write, or do you compose at the keyboard?
I have no set waay of doing these things. If I get an idea for a story or article. I'll jot down any useful ideas about it that come to mind, such as general concept, ccgaracters, location etc. Then I will probably write a rough draft in longhand. After that I will turn to the word processor..
I write short, one sentance notes on index file cards (5"x4") then use them to add flesh to what I am writing at the keyboard.
When I get an idea for a Hub I'll usually write down some quick, basic "scratch" notes on a piece of paper, then later on I type directly into the Hub capsules.
I usually assemble handwritten notes and compose everything in Word first before cutting and pasting into hubs. I match up graphics after I finish the text.
By keyboard, mainly because I can type faster than I can write
Drat out notes and after re-checking then I write at the keyboard the easy way for me. I have to know what exactly I am writing about it makes more sense to me.
I try and publish one Hub a week, Usually on weekends. Earlier in the week I try and get the idea. I use my commute time (45 min a day) to compose a rough draft of the Hub in my head. Thurs night I sit down and compose it onto Word. Friday night, In usually edit, gather photos and set up the HUB. i try to publish Saturday. At least thats the way I try to do it. It doesn't always work out like that
by Pest 13 years ago
I rarely compose here, usually I use word or something...today i was putting another piece of crap together, but here at HP. the working symbol thing kept popping up in my face. is that needed?
by pgrundy 12 years ago
I know Lita Sorensen and Robert Robert Sloan are going to do it this year and I'm going to do it. I thought it would be cool to start a thread for those of us who plan to take the plunge to share our progress and ideas Here is the link:http://www.nanowrimo.org/It's free to sign up. You basically...
by Teacher Actress 11 years ago
You use a noun and talk about that noun. Here is a very simpleexample: Poems are not Over rated. Everyone can write something Meaningful for Someone, if not everyone.
by aleyah 11 years ago
name a single word with 10 letters or more
by William Thomas 11 years ago
When you compose a question and see that it or something very similar has already been asked, do...you pose the question on this section anyway?
by Mark 10 years ago
Is there any particular poem you would like me to compose?
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