Okay, so we've already talked about why Plain Text files and Markdown is the way to go. I rambled on and on about the different gadgets I like to use when I'm writing. It's time to get into some specifics regarding the software I use, and if we're going to travel down that particular rabbit hole, we're going to have to talk about text editors.
I skipped the idea part. That's usually born from a combination of insomnia, listening to far too many podcasts, and just paying attention to the people I pass on the street while going to and from work. So, we'll skip that and go straight to the writing process.
After years of fiddling with a variety of word processors, trying to find the perfect one that suits my needs, I eventually made the switch to writing in plain text using Markdown-style formatting. There are a couple of reasons for this:
Chances are if you've found this website, it's because you picked up Leech on the Amazon Kindle store and decided to pay me a visit. If, however, you're new to this site (and me) and haven't read Leech yet, I wanted to let you know that it's now available on Nook, Kobo, and iBooks starting today.
Today I'm excited to share a guest post by Twitter friend Suz Korb. Suz is a prolific indie writer with a number of books to her credit and a terrific blog with plenty of advice for writers. She's trying something very intriguing with her newest book that's worth checking out.
Hello, I'm Suz Korb and my new book project is titled: Flutterby Girl. Welcome to this cover reveal blog post, with a twist. And here's the cover...
I haven't spent much time sharing my thoughts here on my website in the past few months, so I thought I'd come back and talk a little about my experience participating in National Novel Writing Month in 2015.
Have you played around with Canva yet? It's a pretty great tool/service that lets you put together some nice looking marketing pieces pretty quickly. You can create everything from those tiny social media squares, posters, to a variety of page sized designs, and yes... book covers. If you're an indie writer without tons of money for buying your book cover designs, it's a great place to start.