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 which may provide some use to you. Both are free to use webapps.
Continue reading “#52Tech Week 50–Random Finds: MyNoise.net and Pacemaker”
Future Learn and The Open University UK (a well-recognised online learning institution) is running a free 8 week fiction writing course from late April. It’s free for anybody from across the world to join.
Continue reading “Free Fiction Writing Online Class”
Being totally insecure as a writer right now, like many I appreciate some quick motivating reads. Several writers are coming out with free short-length PDF’s and manifestos lately.
Here are a few I’ve found motivating.
Continue reading “#IWSG: Free Motivation in Ebooks and Manifestos”
If you've been after Guy Kawasaki and Shawn Welch's top selling APE : How to Publish a Book, then go to Hubspot before the end of the month. In the spirit of the season, the e-form of the book is available for free.
APE = author, publisher & entrepreneur, some of the many roles we writers take on nowadays.
Link: Hubspot offers
IndieReCon is the website which earlier in the year provided a full FREE weekend of online workshops (blog posts) on many subjects relevant to authors.
Next week there is to be a Marketing Mania Week, with posts / workshops up from the likes of CJ Lyons (Build Your Brand), Georgia McBride (National Media), KP Simmons (Reading the Teen Markets) and Penny Sansevier (Ten years of wisdom in book marketing on and off-line).
Bookmark the IndieReCon site for next week, June 10 – 13.