Tag Archives: writing tips
2012-07-12_1545

Old School Composition Book

Send to Kindle I love my electronic gadgets, but sometimes you just want to go old school! The other day, I had ideas for my book, I was away from computer and I didn’t have my iPad handy. I could have whipped out my droid (HTC EVO) and recorded a memo for myself… I’ve done that […]

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2012-06-28_1001

John Grisham Interview

Charlie Rose is my favotire interviewer. Here is a great interview with best selling author, John Grisham. He provides fantastic advice for writers thoughout the interview. Send to Kindle

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Scrivener Video Tutorial

Scrivener Tutorial: Find & Replace

For an in-depth review of the Scrivener software (the best writing software tool out there) please go to my “Scrivener Review” page. Below you’ll find my latest Scrivener “less than five minute” video tutorial on how to use the “find and replace” feature. These are real life tutorials of Scrivener in action as I’m writing […]

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Scrivener Video Tutorial

Scrivener Tutorial – Places

For an in-depth review of the Scrivener software (the best writing software tool out there) please go to my “Scrivener Review” page. Below you’ll find my latest Scrivener video tutorial on how to use the “places” feature. These are real life tutorials of Scrivener in action as I’m writing my new fiction book and as […]

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Editing

How To Slash Your Story’s Word Count Without Losing Substance

When grade school teachers explain the difference between poetry and prose, all too often, they give the impression that economy with words is only critical when it comes to poetry. Not so. The more words you use in your writing, the more effort it will take to read. Good prose shows respect for […]

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Freedom Application Video Review

Freedom is a sweet application for the easily distracted writer! Here is my video review of Mac Freedom (no worries, there is also a Windows version)… Get Freedom Here Send to Kindle

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