Historical fiction writer Susanna Fraser describes in a recent post some of her qualms about switching to Scrivener as a writing platform. It’s an excellent posting that sheds some light on her writing process.
A thought-provoking question comes at the end of her post:
“I wonder how much you can really force your process in a direction that’s unnatural for you?” she asks. Making me realize that although I’m typing this on a computer, using Markdown in a plain-text editor for the little formatting I need, first drafts of my fictional work are all done with pencil on paper.
So, How far can I force my own process? For first drafts, it seems, only about as far as I could throw my pencil.