Tag Archives: Microsoft Word

Blitzkrieg! (followed by inevitable Hibernation)

Writing fiction has, for the most part, been a seasonal occupation for me, centered around the month of November when NaNoWriMo happens. During the month of November, I churn out something between 50,000 – 80,000 words. Sometimes that effort spills into December, and this year that effort has spilled into January (I should probably admit […]

The write tools

Some writers have a special place to write. Others have a special time of the day. For me, the key to writing is technology. For the past 20+ years, I’ve used Microsoft Word for all my writing. But this November that changed. For National Novel Writing Month, I decided to test drive Scrivener — one […]