What’s in my pocket? Hint: It’s not the one ring. It’s actually a collection of writing resources I’ve found all over the internet and kept in my handy Pocket app. Pocket is a great app that saves online articles to read later, and you can get it for Chrome, iOS, and Android. Among the many … Continue reading What’s in my pocket?
I love to hear authors talk about their work and their craft. It's a good reminder that everyone has a different process and a different technique, and it's fascinating to see the work and thought that went into some brilliant, beautiful books. Here are seven podcasts where you can hear authors answer interview questions and … Continue reading 7 Podcasts where you can meet the author
There came a point in the creation of my novel when Microsoft Word and Google Docs just weren't cutting it. The document I was creating was too long and too complex. So, in addition to the apps I use for note taking and brainstorming, I picked up two alternative word processing programs, Scrivener and Storyist. … Continue reading Writing software spotlight: Scrivener
Most writers have essential apps like Evernote, Dropbox, and a dictionary loaded onto their devices. But when it comes to outlining, mind mapping, and editing, some great apps are often overlooked. Prezi, WorkFlowy, and NoteAnytime are some of the apps I use the most. 1. Outlining - Work Flowy My outlines absolutely have to be … Continue reading 3 Little Known but Awesome Writing Apps