All done on computer. My thoughts shoot out super fast.
I usually make notes and outlines for a book on paper first and later transfer them and edit them on the computer. My rough drafts are also usually on paper, because I can do the work in more places and not have to worry about having my laptop with me when inspiration strikes. Most of my editing is done during the transfer from paper to computer and later when I'm finishing up the final drafts on the computer. Editing on paper is both messy and annoying.
Very infrequently print. That's an economic rather than strategic move.
Yes, I write on the computer and I don't print. I correct on the same way I write.
Yes I use a computer and have printed 444 issues of NOTES FROM THE DUMP in 24 years
In general I start in my head. That gets written in a notebook with a pencil. The pencil writings are then typed up onto a computer. Once the story is 'complete', I print out a copy and read through it aloud as this slows my reading and allows me to better catch typos, odd word choices, and holes in the story. This process gets repeated until I'm happy enough with what's there and copies are then sent to people for their amusement.
Without a computer, the mechanics of writing would be too tedious for words. Of course I write on a computer. I print a hard-copy of every draft. The number of drafts run anywhere from a minimum of three to a maximum of ten.
I correct on paper as well as on-screen as I'm writing. I do not, however, proofread my own stuff. I'm too familiar with it and it's just too easy to skim over stupid--and I mean REALLY stupid--mistakes.
Yes, I use a computer. I write for several hours, print read, and edit that section, then start the next section. Once in awhile I have to go back and do a major edit to something previously edited, but not often.
Yes, I write on the computer. I won't print anything until the book is done, but I will back up frequently to an alternative media. The first and second drafts are done on paper with a red pen and I'll do a final read through on paper as well.
Paper is easier to read than a computer screen.
I write on computer. I used to write on paper and then type it onto the computer. It varies at times. Usually I write on the computer. There are times when I have ACCIDENTLY erased my story and had to start over. When that happens, I usually end up writing a totally different story...That is when I learned to ask Him WHAT He wants me to write...lol..I learned my lesson...His Way, not mine...
First Draft Always = Paper + Pen
I do both. but always want to keep a hardcopy of everything.
I grab ideas, I jot them down; then refine or completely compose on the computer, then print out, triple space, make corrections by hand, revise and print and likely come back later and do it all over again. It's hard for me NOT to revise.
Iusually keep a writing pad with me,so that I can jot down certain details
when I'm out.Then when I'm in the moment and everythings flowing,I just
write.Sometimes it'll end that night and sometimes it could go on for months.
I just recently started blogging,but it really takes a lot of time to be able to
reach all the people you'd like to.
I write on a computer but I don't print. I'm starting to write on paper.