When I want to write a book about something, I will take out paper and pencils so that I can make an outline. I have the ability to see what I write, lay it across a table in order, add notes in the margins, draw lines to sections with notes, and reorganize my paragraphs in a way that a computer will never allow. I hope that paper will not become obsolete. It is a key tool for a lot of my writing.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Pens and Pencils.”