Most Popular Writing Tech Posts of 2015

by C.K. MacLeod Here are the top 10 Posts on Tech Tools for Writers in 2015. Hemingway Editor: A Proofreading Tool for Writers Self-Editing Tools Retrieving a Back-Up File in Scrivener How to Create a Keyboard Shortcut for the Snipping Tool 20-Minute Macro Course Improve Your Writing with Macros A 5-Minute Guide to Evernote 5… Continue reading Most Popular Writing Tech Posts of 2015

7 Tips for Proofreading Your Book

by C.K. MacLeod and Carla Douglas Originally post at the Book Designer on August 26, 2015. Do you proofread your book after it’s been laid out for print or formatted for e-reading? You should. Proofreading is the last stage of the editorial process and its goal is to catch any errors that the writer, editor, and… Continue reading 7 Tips for Proofreading Your Book

3 Options for Sharing Kindle Notes and Highlights

                by C.K. MacLeod Many beta readers and editors like to proofread on a Kindle or in a Kindle app. This process involves highlighting passages and taking notes on your Kindle. When you’ve finished your proofread, you’ll need a way to get those notes to the author. But… Continue reading 3 Options for Sharing Kindle Notes and Highlights

A 5-Minute Guide to Evernote

by C.K. MacLeod Do you use Evernote to capture ideas and research? Many writers do. Evernote isn’t difficult to learn. Here’s my five-minute guide to understanding Evernote. What is Evernote? Evernote is a free, multi-platform storage and organization tool. It can store any notes or task lists that you write audio clips digital files pictures scanned… Continue reading A 5-Minute Guide to Evernote