If you are planning to produce your first book, then, probably, you have researched the processes involved in writing or typing a book. Nowadays, most people refer to typing as writing. Even writers type but they aren’t referred to as typists.
Before your book sees the door of a publicist, you have to plan, research and have it recorded down. At the planning stage, you have to decide how you are going to record the details that you would like to include in your book. It then, begs the question, do you use handwriting and convert your handwriting to text, later, or do you type away, from the start?
It doesn’t have to be literal, as you can type away on your computer. There exist differing opinions on whether one should draft the first copy using their handwriting or type them. We will then have to discuss the advantages of either method to help you make a choice.
Benefits of Handwriting vs. Typing
When you choose to have your first draft in handwriting, you will be able to see the corrections you make in your document. From words crossed to additions made later. You can have a visual record of the various creative stages that you go through as you work.
I aim to capture, and illustrate the modern world in a traditional and historic way that not only archives moments in time, but does so with a style that is not only compassionate but hard work driven.