Another series tip… If you are bored with the series, your writing will reflect it. Take a break, try a new story that is unrelated, read other works, or consider ending the series. 109 more words
For awhile now, I've been using a combination of keyboard and handwriting. Most recently, I purchased a Microsoft Surface Pro to make it more convenient when I want to switch back and forth between the two. When I'm ready to handwrite, I use apps like OneNote or Myscript Nebo. The beauty of both is the ability to convert the handwriting to text. The former is the primary one I use because of how well I can organize my thoughts and writings into notebooks, sections, and pages. I can also share the pages via email or the entire notebook via invitation. Another perk of OneNote is the clipping tool (downloaded separately and installed as a browser extension). If I find something on the web I want to save, all I have to do is click the icon in the browser bar and viola! It's saved to the location I choose. Myscript Nebo is a great tool as well. However, the sharing option is limited, and I can't clip and save like OneNote. A positive for this app is the bar that shows your writing as text and auto-corrects. So even when my handwriting isn't the most legible, Myscript figures it out. Which do you prefer, handwriting or typing? What devices and tools do you use?