Tags » Writing Tools

#Cloud storage & #sync.com.......or a positive tech post for a change!

After coping with the security issues of Windows 10, it was such a pleasant surprise to find an ‘app’ that is unabashedly security conscious! And yes, Sync.com, I’m talking about you. 934 more words


A New Dawn

Since my break, I’ve lost track of what week I am on and after some deliberation I have decided it doesn’t matter. Writing is not a project where I have to report on progress against my targets or identify any risks and mitigations – it is a way of living my life. 287 more words


Some of my indie friends requested that I start doing more research regarding publishing and marketing books.  To this end, I recently finished reading…

1,049 more words

Tools of the Trade: Dr. Grip 4+1 Pen

Dr. Grip 4+1 Mint Green

I bought a version of this pen not long after I finished the draft of my first book.  The idea was that I wanted a precise pen as well as something I could carry that had multiple colors for note taking and editing without taking up a lot of space. 57 more words


September, 2016 TypeRider is here!

The September, 2016 issue of TypeRider is now available for your reading pleasure. Read all about the upcoming State Conference and our exciting program presented by two nationally known speakers, Ric Hinkie and Raleigh Pinskey. 92 more words

Arizona Professional Writers

Non-Fiction: Eating Your Greens

I refer to, “eating my greens,” often on here.  It occurred to me that I’ve never really dedicated a day to talking about what greens are, why I eat them, and why you should too.   1,153 more words


Sucking it up for science

Everyone else has stellar luck with their TWSBI 530s, 540s, and Ecos. For reasons known only to the Cosmos, I have not fared as well. Lions and lemons are not a typical pairing, but I somehow ended up with Mufasa’s share of a Meyer orchard. 521 more words

Pens & Ink