Monday, February 24, 2014

Monday's Links to Writing & Marketing Blogs Posts

By: Walter Glenn

Evernote is a cross-platform app that works something like a digital filing cabinet. We've talked about why so many people use it and how you should probably give it another try if you're not hooked already. But today, we want to take a closer look at how you might use it for something specific: writing fiction.

Evernote makes a great writer's companion. It's available on just about every platform, so you can collect and organize your notes wherever you are. You can take notes in your paper notebook and scan the pages. Hell, you can even write on the shower wall in crayon and snap a pic later. (You're welcome for that crayon tip, by the way. It's awful when you think of something in the shower and can't write it down.) P

Evernote is flexible enough to set up however it fits with your writing style. In this article, I'm talking about how I use it, but my hope is that it serves as a starting point and gives you some ideas you can use with your work. 

Set up Your Workflow

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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
  1. RT @elizabethscraig: How to Kill Your Main Character :  @RhiannonPaille
  2. WOW! Women On Writing Blog: Character: Using Their Fears to Torment Them
  3. Aria Glazki Writes: Contract Basics: Warranty & Copyright
  4. 20 Things You Just Did Wrong When You Wrote Your First Screenplay
  5. Should I turn my multiple protagonist script into a one hero film? - Linda Aronson
  6. Publishers Now Want You to 'Binge Read'
  7. How to Get Your Novel in the Hands of Book Clubs « PubSmart
  8. BookMarketingBuzzBlog: What Determines The Length Of Your Book?
  9. Amazon Vs. Book Publishers, By The Numbers - Forbes
  10. How to Identify your Crutch Words and Highlight Your Style | Wise Ink's Blog for Indie Authors about Self-Publishing
  11. A Brain Scientist's Take on Bad Reviews | The Creative Penn
  12. 8 Common Novel Writing Mistakes Even Good Writers May Make
  13. The Business Rusch: Blogs, Guest Blogs, and Blog Interviews (Discoverability Part 9) « Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  14. 7 Strategies and 110 Tools to Help Indie Authors Find Readers and Reviewers
  15. How To Use Evernote for Writing Fiction
Happy writing and running, Kathy

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