Here are ten apps that let you write on a “clean” screen without distracting menus or other junk.
Following onto the post about Amanda Palmer’s exhortation to legitimize yourself as an artist, instead of waiting for gatekeepers to do so, here are marketing guru Seth Godin and best-selling romance author Jennifer Crusie on the same topic. First, Godin: No knight, no shining armor “Sure, Seth can do that, because he has a popular […]
Last week I wrote about Amanda Palmer’s excellent keynote speech for the Grub Street Writers’ Muse and the Marketplace conference, where she made an impassioned plea for artists to validate themselves instead of waiting for a publisher, gallery owner, studio, or other gatekeeper’s endorsement. She also had a lot of useful things to say about […]
In response to my recent piece on How to Get Over Procrastination in a Day, a reader wrote: “I want to thank you for your recent blog on how you avoided writing one day and had self-compassion. When I read it, I was having a “blank mind” day, filled with personal and writerly insecurities; and […]
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Ph.D. student Reid Leamaster reviews some useful writing productivity apps, including several for taking notes and organizing information. His latest review is an app called Flowstate, which, if you stop writing before the end of your designated interval erases everything you’ve written. Yes, you’ve read that right. Sounds crazy and coercive to me, but […]