Maybe you write your books in longhand, on legal pads. You balance your checkbook in an actual checkbook. You keep a day planner and make appointments on a landline. Your file cabinet is stuffed with, well, real paper files.
And all that is okay, because what’s important is that it works for YOU.
For the more digitally minded, writing consultant and digital tools expert Jane Friedman has her annual “Must-Have Digital Media Tools” post, and she covers everything from where she keeps her recipes (Paprika) to how she creates and sells her online course (Zippy Courses).
Whether you try one of her suggestions or all of them — or none of them — it’s always good to be open to new ways of looking at our work as authors and editors.
What tools do you depend on to do your best work? Let us know your best No. 2 pencil, your favorite pen, your go-to laptop or your best organization methods.
Read Jane Friedman’s post here.