Writer Tech Tips
I’ve been grateful every time a fellow author shows me a new tip, so when I spot something neat, I try and return the favor. Below are a few blog posts writers might find useful.
My author toolkit consists of the following
- Scrivener (my core writing app)
- ProWritingAid desktop version (integrates with Scrivener and I swear by it!)
- Evernote for notes and reference materials along with Captio (for quick notes on my phone when Evernote would take too long).
- Canva for graphics paired with Fotor (extra photo editing if needed).
- Excel: when it comes to tracking my progress, whether querying agents or my words per day and progress to deadline, I admit I’m a spreadsheet junkie.
Got a burning question on these apps or writer tech in general? Leave me a message in the comments or email me.
Author Tech tip: Here’s a great quick fix that will change your Facebook page, instead of saying “Author” or “Writer” as your occupation, to point at your author Facebook page.
Here are three of my favorite Scrivener features with videos on where to find them.
If you've never tried it, Scrivener is a popular writer's software that I now couldn't write without. However, I often end up giving other writers quick orientation demos, because when you first open the Scrivener app it can seem overwhelming. Here are 5 steps to help...