Posts Tagged Writing Resources

Scrivener: 10 pros and cons of everyone’s favorite writing software

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If you’re a writer and haven’t heard of Scrivener, you’ve most likely been living under a rock. Don’t worry, I was once the same. But the more involved I became in the community, the rumblings got louder and the arguments became more insistent.

Why aren’t you using Scrivener to write your novels?! It’s the best thing EVER.

I can’t tell you how many times I heard it.

First let me explain the gist.

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Curated Content For Writers August 18

It’s not Friday without Curated Content! Enjoy! ☺

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Content Curation worldHappy Friday, SE Readers. It’s time for another round of writing tips we’ve found around the web. If you haven’t read Harmony’s post, Lost in Translation, be sure to check it out. Also, my post this week is about Writing and Music.

And now, for this week’s curated content.


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Curated Content for Writers—August 4

OMG! How could I forget the Curated Content? Good stuff here, WordPressers! 👍👍

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old fashioned manual typewriterHappy Friday, wonderful SEers! The end of the week is always a reason for celebration. I hope your first days venturing into a new month have been filled with fun, good books,  and prolific writing.

Speaking of writing, the SE authors have cobbled together a new collection of writing links. Before sampling the latest, take a moment to check out this week’s featured posts—Drip Campaigns by Staci Troilo and my own “It’s in the Stars . . . or Not” 

Then enjoy a Friday Fix with . . .


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My HOW TO 101: Has been Updated and Upgraded for easier referencing…

Resource of the week! You must see it to believe it! There’s a ‘How-to’ here for you! 😉👍

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To make it a little easier to find the HOW TO you need, I’ve split them up into the following topic headings, just click on a heading to go to the topic listed links, then click on the post you want to read.

Click on INDEX at the bottom of each list to return here.

If you’d like to bookmark my HOW TO 101: PAGE,click HERE for the link

PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF ANY LINKS OR TOPICS ARE NO LONGER WORKING OR VALID.

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Curated Content for Writers

It’s like the Story Empire team are mind readers – such a great group of links – and I made the list! WOOT! 😉 😉

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Content Curation worldCiao, SEers. Another week has flown by, and we’ve got another list of links from around the writers’ web for you.

Before we get to that, though, if you missed our earlier posts this week, you might want to check them out.

And now, this week’s curated content:


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Read Your Way to Better Writing

What are your favorite writing resources?

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Hello, Story Empire Readers. Joan here today. For those who live in the United States, I hope you had a fun-filled July 4th celebration.

Today, I’m going to talk about continuing education. Doesn’t exactly sound like fun, but bear with me. My daytime job is in the field of healthcare. Nurses, physicians, lab techs, even coders must have a certain number of continuing education units in order to renew their licenses each year.

As writers, continuing education isn’t required, but I believe we should strive to become better with each article, short-story, or novel we pen. There are a number of ways we can do this, the first of which is “just write.” The more we write, the more the edit, the more we refine, the better our writing will become.

Another way is to read and follow blogs such as Story Empire (Wink, wink.) There are a number of…

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Curated Content, June 30, 2017

Don’t miss this week’s Curated Content from Story Empire! 😉

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Welcome to another Friday, Story Empire fans. Craig here, and it’s been a busy week for me. I’m taking some vacation time at work to focus on some writing related projects.

One of my projects is to get your weekly selection of content links put together. I snapped this photo at the Warhawk Air Museum last winter. Museums have curated content too, and it makes for a great place to visit.

I posted about things you can do with your author blog to increase your footprint on Monday. You can check it out here, if you missed it.

Then P. H. Solomon had the Wednesday post about Scrivener backups which you can read here if you also missed it.

These are a collection of helpful posts we put together every Friday, and we might as well get to them.

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