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Exploring ChatGPT and Writing

Note: This post contains affiliate links to various writing-related products. You make a purchase, I make a few bucks, simple as that. Over the last several months, the subject of artificial intelligence in creative fields has been in the news almost weekly. Artists have been upset about the implications of graphical AI’s like Midjourney while […]

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Grammarly Now Works In Scrivener

Note: This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. Over the last couple of years, I’ve shared my experience using Grammarly with Scrivener on multiple occasions. Although Grammarly has had its own editor, it was never able to load Scrivener projects directly. A workaround for […]

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Categories FeaturedNanowrimoOnline Writing LogToolsWriting

Track Your NaNoWriMo Progress With The Writing Log 3

November is closing in and for those of us that like to write, November means it’s time for National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo. Announce your project on their website, prep your outline and prepare to write at least 1,667 words every day in November to reach the monthly target of 50,000 words. Yes, 50,000 […]

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Writing Resources For NaNoWriMo And Beyond

Every year as NaNoWriMo approaches, it is likely you’ll be able to take advantage of some great deals on writing related items. From writing software like Scrivener to grammar checkers like ProWritingAid and Grammarly, resources for writers abound and often and a discount. In fact, you can check out the NaNoWriMo Sponsor Offers on the […]

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Categories FeaturedNanowrimoSoftwareToolsWriting

Introducing The Writing Log II

Before the Online Writing Log came about, I did all tracking of my writing goals in a spreadsheet. It started out simple and eventually evolved into something complex that involved monthly goals, projects, different activities and more. It was this increased complexity that eventually drove me to just create the Online Writing Log. However, throughout […]

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