There are certain advantages to using Google Drive for your research work. It’s free and available from everywhere of course. Everyone with a Google account has it by default. Tied to your Google account, it gives you a range of collaboration options. It only gets better from here as you can use the Research tool to power all your probes and quests.
Tumblr is known as being a great blogging platform for visual content, and is a photographer’s smorgasbord of just about everything you could possibly imagine. That said, there’s also an incredible wealth of content that can provide inspiration to writers, poets and book lovers. We’ve already introduced to you to 10 creative blogging ideas to try out on Tumblr if you’re suffering from writer’s block, and you can now combine them with these 8 blogs.
Scrivener has been around since 2006, and it is a favorite application amongst novelists and screenwriters. Scrivener is not a desktop layout application like Word and Pages, but it helps you organize and export your documents to other applications. As a full-time non-fiction tech writer, I can’t recommend Scrivener enough for actually starting and drafting writing projects and today I will share my personal workflow and tips for getting the most out of Scrivener.
Improper use of English is one of my pet peeves. I’m not a full-blown “grammar nazi” (a colloquialism for someone very strict with grammar) but it does irk me. An exception can be made for those who don’t use English natively, but blatant disregard for the rules of language can be seen all over the Internet – and it can be quite annoying. Language is meant to convey ideas through a common medium that obeys a set of rules.