Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Top 10 Writerly Typewriters/Typewriter Review

"The list is numbered, but don’t let the numbering sway you. Any of these will do the job. Most are from the 1950s or later. They’re not collectible. They’re not antiques. They’re for working writers.

     If you like to write (stories, lists, letters, etc.) and would like to do so with a bit of nostalgia and free of the temptations to constantly check email or online news headlines, you might just want to take a look at above link. I have one of his recommendations, the Olympia SM7, and it's easy to see why it made his Top Ten list. 

Friday, May 22, 2015

Journaling: Books to Read

"The most important part of the reading journal is this: When I start reading a book, I write the title and the author at the top of the page, and begin taking notes. It doesn’t matter if it’s a business book or a novel, I’m always making notes. Quotes, ideas that pop into my head, insights, everything. It’s not simply a book of lists. It’s a memoir of experiences in reading.

If you like reading and you like journaling, you'll appreciate this post by Berin Kinsman.