No matter how improbable is on the magical transcription train

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That’s right peoples, Casebook 9: No matter how improbable is written (in the handy-dandy Moleskine) and needs to be typed into this here laptop. So here I go!

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5 thoughts on “No matter how improbable is on the magical transcription train

  1. I often think there is nothing more wonderful than hand-writing a book (literally) – it’s how Tolkien worked, after all. In this day and age we lose the open-space creativity of paper. Even though, inevitably and in the end, it has to end up on the computer. Good luck for the copy-typing.

    • Thanks Matthew. I actually don’t seem to have a choice with this series… Writing about Portia requires a pen and paper. That’s just the way it is. Thanks for stopping by!

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