I’m still alive and What’s Lost as Handwriting Fades – NYTimes.com

I know it has been a while since I’ve last written. I’ve been visiting family and friends and working like hell on my stories. It’s been both hectic and delightful. Unfortunately, Book 14 is not quite ready for publication as promised. It has been all typed up, though.

That’s right. If you’ve forgotten, I write all of my books by hand first. When I type it is second nature to correct and wonder what others will think. The physical act of writing frees my hand to take control and lets my imagination form scenarios as it wishes. Being left-handed may also have something to do with my stubborn hanging-on to such a dying art as cursive handwriting. Who knows. And while everything in this article may not make a difference to you I assure you I definitely notice the differences in how my mind operates between writing and typing.

So have a short read, get ready for a new year with more series from me, and have a fantastic new year! I’ll write more. There’s so much more to share with you, after all.

http://mobile.nytimes.com/2014/06/03/science/whats-lost-as-handwriting-fades.html?_r=1&referrer=

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