Okay, the penultimate post in the yearlong #52Tech series. The final one next week will simply provide an index post for the entire series. And this one contains a rundown of personal favourite Top 2 apps I use for writing. These will not be a surprise at all. Both of these apps got me through … Continue reading #52Tech Week 51–All Time Favourite Tech for Writers
As I wind up my year long project of posting once a week on tools I’ve found interesting for writers, I also meet that busy zone – just out of NaNoWriMo but with some writing to complete, and of course the holiday season and school holidays also. Here are two totally unconnected randomly found apps … Continue reading #52Tech Week 50–Random Finds: MyNoise.net and Pacemaker
20 Lines is a writing community for writing, sharing and reading very short stories.
Today’s Week 48 post for the #52Tech series provides 100+ random generator resources for writers in need of some inspiration or stuck for ideas to complete off their NaNoWriMo efforts.
For my current WIP, being written through NaNoWriMo as you read this (cross fingers) I am toying around with multi-media inclusions to tell parts of the story. What it won’t be is fully interactive, but nowadays there is a renaissance of interactive stories going on, especially around the Role Play universe. IF is the acronym … Continue reading #52Tech Week 47 – Writing Interactive Fiction
For this week’s post we’ll take a look at a fantastic diagramming and charting app on the iPad. But if you don’t work on iOS, there are some equally great webapps available which can do much of the same thing.
We are now one week into NaNoWriMo, but even writers who aren’t participating in a writing marathon need to track their progress. For both sets, here are a couple of tools which offer wordcount progress tracking with some customisation features to fit into your own writing time plans.
For week 44 of this #52Tech series, I take a look at Draft – an online webapp which is getting rave reviews for version control and collaboration.
Back in February this year, with #52Tech No. 6, I profiled Canva, a new at the time web-based graphics design app. Canva was pretty cool at the time, and since then – well, it’s gotten cooler, and more popular. Canva now does Kindle Covers, and has a new iPAD app just released.
Last week I profiled 8Tracks — an internet radio station full of writing playlists. But playlists are, and have been for many decades, a big thing for many people. Nowadays with the freedom of selecting a lot of free music to listen to, many readers are also getting into the game of assigning music playlists … Continue reading #52Tech Week 42 Soundtracks for Books with Booktrack