A writer inspired by nature and human nature


For me it’s my laptop + assorted gel pens and highlighters. HOW ABOUT YOU? ~ Bette A. Stevens

Nicholas C. Rossis

My secret weapon is using a two screen layout for my PC. This allows me to work on the story on one monitor, while researching on the other. If you’re curious as to what writing tools great authors prefer, you may refer to the excellent infographic below, which was prepared by Robert Morris and the lovely people over at NinjaEssays.com. So, what is your favorite tool?

From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's books

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Comments on: "Top Writing Tools of Famous Authors" (9)

  1. Thank you so much for reblogging! 🙂

    • A pleasure, Nicholas. Great infographic and how we love finding out about our ‘greats’. Got me to thinking, too. I love using colored gel pens and highlighters when organizing, editing and jotting down ideas for my own writing. Have a great day, my friend! 🙂

  2. Really interesting article……For me, it’s a laptop, paper and pen along with a few highlighters.

  3. Desktop, or in a pinch an iPad or laptop for me. Notes on paper, but that’s it.

    • Don’t know how I would be able to function and still maintain some sense of sanity without the wonderful web and all of our terrific tech tools! Happy reading and writing, Michelle. ❤

  4. Great informatics from Nicholas Rossis! I prefer the fountain pen, but have adapted to writing on my laptop so it doesn’t all have to be retyped!! Happy Friday and thanks for sharing!

    • Hi, Patrick. Thanks for stopping by for a chat. I email myself projects in steps that I’m working on just in case my computer tries to rebel. And that has happened to me. It’s easy to do and I archive the copies. Love my laptop! Have a great weekend! 🙂

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