I write on a Mac. I make it a point to back up my work daily. I print a copy out for my wife to read and edit. I then go back and make revisions on the Mac.
I write long-hand initially and then create a draft on the computer and keep revising until I have something I'm happy with. Then I print, revise the hardcopy, correct, print, revise again.
I pen in my Mac and sometimes when am on the run, on paper.No specific process.
I always work on my computer, it is where I am the most comfortable. I do not correct until I am completely finished with my work. If I have to stop aNd correct it takes me out of the writing mode that I am in. I do not print out my work at all.
I write on a computer and I never print until the manuscript is done. I correct as I go while checking over everything that I have written the day before when I sit down for another day of writing. Once the first draft is done, I go over it two more times and then print my hard copy to keep around.
I write and correct on the computer. I have arthritis in my hands and can't write for an extended period of time but I can use the computer for hours.
Computer definitely. Though I do make handwritten notes for myself. I'm sort of a sticky-notes queen. My handwriting is really, really bad - so bad that sometimes I have a hard time deciphering it - so the computer is my number one choice for writing.
On the road, I use a Neo by Alphasmart. It's a portable keyboard, small enough to fit on an airline tray table, and runs forever on AA batteries. This plugs in to my iMac desktop at home, where I do most of my writing.
I edit on line, and only print a final draft. Since I type > 90 wpm, it takes too much time/energy to write things manually.
Yes, I write on a computer, correct it on computer and print a copy for myself to edit, re-read etc. Then, I e-mail a copy to my friends to pre read and correct my lousy grammar.
I do both actually. If I'm working with an intense scene, most of mine are, I tend to long hand it away from the computer. I carry a notebook and pen with me all over and I just go to town with it. Generally I see the scenes in my head, and I like to get away from everyone and everything, including the computer to get them down as I am seeing them. I then type it, and correct it. Then once I'm done with the complete manuscript, I print it out and I read it, as a book, someone else's. I make the corrections on that print copy and go back to the computer and fix the errors or what have you. It does take a long time, but I won't do it any other way. It's who I am.
It depends on my mood.
I can sit at my desk and type for hours, quite literally, if my partner didnt bring me food and drink I'd probably not eat or drink that day. But I can also sit on a train with a pen and pad of paper and just let the words flow.
Yes I do print and correct on paper. But only when my computer copy has dramatically changed from the paper copy.
I write on the computer. I always correct my work all the time. It is good to have someone to proof read for you, a clear set of eyes. I don't have anyone therefore, I need to correct as I go, after, during, its a constant on going task.
The best subject I took in high school was typing. Now I keyboard on a computer.
I use OpenOffice to compose and edit. Since I self-publish, the final draft is saved as a PDF file.
Initially I wrote on papers and corrected it but now I prefer to write on computer only as it saves time and correction 7 delivering process is easy and rapid.
I create best on the computer. Maybe my fingers are part of the creative process!!! I correct on the computer. Only when the first rough draft is done do I print, read what I've written, and make additions or corrections.