Outlining

For the last few days, I've been plotting my next several projects. Some PMed or left me email, asking about my drafting process, which facilitated this post. I’m working on my second outline out of five, so I expect to be busy for a while. There is no right way to draft when referring to planning ...

Five Ways To Organize Your Time And Limit Distractions

There are a few things that all authors and business owners struggle with. Two primary problems are time and organization. Have you found that maybe you had so much planned, but only got one or two things done? Well, you’re not alone. Organization is the second life blood of a business! Did you know that almost ...

Evolving from 1st Draft to Beyond

I'm going to talk about the importance of reviewing your drafts in any publication. This started when I got my new software after many recommendations from other writers, and I had to make a compilation of notes.  Now, up until I got Scrivener, I was using MS Word and OneNote for all my projects. And while ...

Product Review: OneNote

Over December, I downloaded OneNote and started using it on Skydrive that Microsoft has offered to its users. For those who are trying it out, it is an excellent way to take "baby steps" for those trying out Microsoft products, such as Word and Excel. But, let's get back to OneNote. One thing that I liked when ...

Ways to MAKE The Word Count Each and Every Day

Talking to recent authors, everyone knows about NaNo that is coming up in November. But if you're like me, you often have so much going on in your life that you wonder how you'll make time to just write that word count for the month, or even coming up with a new idea when you've ...

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