A love note to the Scrivener App

As Nanowrimo approaches, I should talk about the app Scrivener, which I learned about the first time I took part in nanowrimo on their discussion board on technology tools for writing, which tends to be my favorite place to lurk. Many writers there raved about Scrivener, and the company actually offers a free month’s trialContinue reading “A love note to the Scrivener App”

Creating character charts on Corkulous

Yesterday I went on and on about how much I love the Corkulous app, and I promised to talk today about how I use it for my novel-writing. Again, I would like to stress that owning this app (that works on iPad or IPhone only, and the pro edition costs 99 cents a month orContinue reading “Creating character charts on Corkulous”

Why I love Corkulous

I have decided to indulge myself by blogging sometimes about technology. I would like to start by saying that buying apps or technological gizmos is not the same as getting work done, nor does it mean you will even use those apps the way you imagined. Paper and pen are almost always the wisest choice.Continue reading “Why I love Corkulous”