Posts tagged with ‘software’

  • Quick Tip for Bloggers: Use Notepad ++

    By Jennifer Mattern on September 1, 2015
    I was contacted several days ago by a fellow freelance writer and blogger. He was having problems on his WordPress site where his theme was no longer compatible with the WordPress core. It caused elements of his site to disappear. Another colleague pointed him in my direction, and thankfully I was able to find a patch. The problem? The patch was […]
  • Is AutoCrit a Good Fit for Indie Authors? (Review)

    By Jennifer Mattern on April 4, 2015
    Some authors love the revision process. Some, not so much. I fall in the latter group. But if there's one thing I dislike more than working on revisions, it's the idea of automating the process with software. Revisions aren't only about spelling and grammar. They're also about improving the flow of a story and making better word choices, even if […]
  • Weekend Reading: Scrivener

    By Jennifer Mattern on May 17, 2014
    We've talked a lot about Scrivener lately -- specifically using Scrivener for blogging. It's a great piece of software for writers, and it's incredibly adaptable to any kind of project you need to take on. My favorite part of moving to Scrivener so far has been its organizational abilities, which are helping me better manage a variety of projects from […]
  • Character Quirks and Novel Writing Software

    By Jennifer Mattern on July 28, 2008
    I may be taking a few weeks off before continuing with my next novel project, but that doesn't mean I haven't been thinking about my projects or fooling around with some interesting tools, books, and such in the meantime. So I just thought I'd share a quick run-down of some of the things I've been toying with recently: The Marshall […]