For anyone that missed it, I hope you might find some useful writing links here.
Alternate Writing Resources
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Author’s Note: Here is my latest post on Medium. Please feel free to click the link and join me there.
I think all writers (me included) have a tendency to complicate things overthinking what, how, why and where we write instead of just picking up a pen or tapping on a keyboard. We cogitate over so many variables with our already overstimulated minds (I blame coffee) that we sometimes neglect the simple things. When all is said and done, we only need one writing app be it Scrivener, Microsoft Word, Pages, Storyist, Google Docs etcetera, etcetera, often overlooking the more statutory writing resources available. Here is a collection of apps and sites that I hope might genuinely (damn, an adverb) assist fledgling writers. The more experienced, too.
There are many good dictionaries online and as apps but Dictionary.com is a double-barrelled…
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