Have you tried using your Kindle as an editing tool? I gave it a shot, and was pleased with the results.
Category: Writing Tools
For nine years (well, on and off), I have entered the NaNoWriMo writing game. For those who have yet to be initiated into the online writer’s world, that stands for “National Novel Writing Month.” For many years now, NaNoWriMo.org has challenged writers to draft a novel during the month of November. The goal is 50,000 words.
Thoughts On Scrivener 3
Yes, I’m still breathing. That’s about it for the personal update. On a more interesting topic, Scrivener 3 for the Mac has come out. Actually, I think it was released some time ago, but I just got around to paying attention to the “new version” nudges, and took a look. I liked what I saw,…
Scrivener is more than just a word processor. It takes you back to the days when you could write scenes on pages, outline on index cards, shuffle ideas around, and re-structure a story to your heart’s content before you actually committed to it.