Writing is a pretty low tech activity. All you really need is a pen. So you don't need any of the following apps. But if you're a busy writer who enjoys things like eating and electricity, you'll find this list helpful.
Book publicist, Scott Lorenz, lets authors in on a few industry secrets with his recommendations for a handful of brilliantly designed apps that will help you write, edit, design, layout and even publish your next book. Check out his latest article for San Francisco Book Review to find out more!
Students work with authors and editors to develop writing skills. Favorite authors give tips and tricks for biography, descriptive writing, folktales, mystery, myths, journalism, poetry, speech writing, and book reviews. After going through the step by step process, kids can then publish their work online.
Sarah McElrath's insight:
Gives great tips, step by step instructions, as well as possible publishing opportunities.
Now I’d like to share the best articles on writing through all categories you can find on Writepls, published in 2015. They were written and published by different authors on different platforms, but all of them are must read:
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