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Writing Software

Writing software comes down to a matter of choice.

  • Microsoft Word
  • Google Docs
  • Scrivener
  • LibreOffice

(Based on OpenOffice)

I tend to write linear, and am a Word girl. Others love Google Docs, and many of my writing friends swear by Scrivener.

I have Scrivener, but prefer the simplicity of opening a document and going. If you’re doing something complex or need help with organizing, Scrivener is super affordable and a great program worth checking out.

I’ve used it, but always go back to my basics. What can I say, I like the simple life! This post contains affiliate links. I may receive a small commission on qualifying purchases.

Some great grammar helpers are: 

Most have either a trial, a free version, or affordable options worth checking out.
Find out why I love Tailwind for Instagram, here.

Podcast on Writing

I’m excited to announce I’ve started a podcast on writing. My #wrtitingpodcast is just getting started, so be sure to keep an eye out for it on your favorite podcast app.  #writingpodcasts #podcastforwriters

Fiction Writing Questions

You’ll find a comprehensive list of over twenty questions and answers on the Writing Smarter FAQ. It’s a Writers 101 for new authors. You’ll find questions like what is a protagonist? What is pacing? What is a story hook? Check out the list of writers’s questions and finally understand what the writing terminology that’s used in the publishing world.

See a list of fiction writing articles below the picture to get you started.  Or click here on my BLOG section to see an archive of writing tips.

Other Writing Things to Check Out:


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