Let’s look at some of the best book editing apps and software to help with everything from spelling and grammar to style, overused words, and more.
You see it all the time on Twitter—writers giving blow-by-blow updates, using the #amwriting hashtag. The thing is, if you’re on Twitter, you’re not doing any serious writing. If you’re even online, you’re not doing any serious writing. Here’s why.
Write a novel in a month? Yes, it is possible, and in this post, we’ll break the process down to see how you can get it done.
Any writer looking for book writing software to help them complete that novel or non-fiction book should take a look at Scrivener. It’s one of the most popular types of book writing software for Mac and PC, and for good reason. In this review, we’ll look at how Scrivener works, its pros and cons, and whether you should use it to write your next book.
You don’t need special book writing software to write your book, but it can certainly help. In this post, we’ll look at when (and when not) to use book writing software programs. We’ll cover the pros and cons, and then we’ll look at the best apps for writing a book.