I am a sucker for cool apps and fun tech, especially if it’s helpful for writing or time management. I don’t believe they are necessary to live a full and meaningful life, I’m all for regulating big tech, and I know they are never worth more money than someone can afford to spend. When I blog, occasionally, on apps and tech that I enjoy, I usually start with the caveat that if you aren’t sure you can afford it, you don’t need it. You may never need it. But if you’re going to buy something anyway, you can compare notes with me here.
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, whichContinue reading “A love note to the Scrivener App”
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 likeContinue reading “Creating character charts on Corkulous”