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Writer.app has been heavily discounted now for all you NaNoWriMoers stuck at thirty, twenty, or ten thousand words with only days remaining and your eyes bleeding from surfing the web, staring into space, brushing your teeth, or doing virtually anything but writing! You can now get this amazing application for just NOTHING! Nothing at all! [...]
Took a look at this thread over on the geared up NaNoWriMo.org site and figured I’d write down my favorite tech suggestions. It’s basically culling my tools from this post, as well as a few of the general tools from this post: Writer.app for drafting, Tinderbox and OmniOutliner for thought organization and outlining, Mellel for [...]
William Gibson I suspect that the biggest part of the labor of writing, for me, has always consisted of bludgeoning the editorial super-ego into relative passivity One thing that I learned from my horrific train wreck of a NaNoWriMo was that very same thing. Each morning, I’d sit on the train, and for the 20-25 [...]
So that little thing I was talking about the other day was Writer.app. This guy gets what it’s about. It’s more about a draft tool (for November, anyway), than anything. And once November is over, I plan on releasing the version that has a more TextEdit-like TextView enabled, but for now it’s all about writing [...]
Via Seth Mnookin’s Gather.com chat to ParagraphNY (this post, specifically), to, well, Blockwriter.com, I got an idea (well, stole an idea) for something that will also be making a timely NaNoWriMo appearance. Should be coming out in the next few days… not quite the final product, but it’ll be close…
I had it as NaNoMo, in the initial post, which has since been corrected. And I’m all geared up and ready to go, complete with author photo: View my NaNoWriMo profile We’ll see how far I get, seeing as I couldn’t get an edit or two to my contribution to Fenway Fiction II (And Here’s [...]