Monthly Short Story Winner: Fanfic
 

Monthly Short Story Winner

“A Song of Rings and Thrones”

 
The Kaladin Book Soundtrack based on The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson – Call To Action
 

Kaladin Book Soundtrack - Story & Kickstarter

Music Inspired by The Way of Kings

 
Small Press, Big Stories: Mrs. Claus Anthology – Cover Reveal
 

Small Press, Big Stories

Mrs. Claus Anthology - Cover Reveal

 

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Scrivener for iOS

Scrivener for iOS 

Picture this. You’re sitting on your own in the doctor’s surgery and they are running 30 minutes late. Or there’s been some signalling failure and your train home is at a standstill. Or you’re meeting a friend at a restaurant or bar and they text to say they are running a little late. With time […]

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Syncing Scrivener Files Between Computers Using Dropbox

Syncing Scrivener Files Between Computers Using Dropbox 

One of the simple joys of writing is the fact that it can be done anywhere. All you need is pen and paper. Some writers prefer the structure of a fixed location – a writing shed or office – whilst others like to mix it up and break the routine, perhaps visiting a coffee shop […]

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Serial Reader: Reading Books One Bite at a Time

Serial Reader: Reading Books One Bite at a Time 

Serial Reader is a new app that delivers daily chunks of books that can be read in 20 minutes or less to your phone. After a few weeks, I’ve become hooked. It’s perfect for my commute on the subway, while waiting in line for coffee, or while eating my lunch. Books that might seem intimidating […]

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Using Scrivener To Store Your Research & Notes

Using Scrivener To Store Your Research & Notes 

If you enjoy writing, it’s quite possible that you’ve heard of Scrivener. The writing software, available for both Mac and PC, is a firm favourite for both published and unpublished writers alike. However, many are unaware of its numerous features and how it is much more than just yet-another-word-processor. It’s only when they learn that […]

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Outlining With Scrivener

Outlining With Scrivener 

If you write fantasy then no doubt you will have heard of the writing software, Scrivener. Many writers – both those working toward publication and those who’ve been published many times over – make use of its various features. However, both those fresh to the software as well as those who have been using it […]

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Getting Started In Scrivener

Getting Started In Scrivener 

You’ve probably heard your fellow writers rave about the writing software, Scrivener. You may have even downloaded it and used a free trial. But if you are coming fresh to it from a piece of software like Microsoft Word it can sometimes feel a little confusing as to what’s so special about it. When you […]

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So What’s The Fuss About Campaign Cartographer?

So What’s The Fuss About Campaign Cartographer? 

The map has been a feature of many a fantasy novel for over a hundred years. Whether it be Tolkien’s Middle-Earth or George RR Martin’s Westeros, fantasy fans have poured over imaginary cartography since a map of the Land of Oz was first included as part of L Frank Baum’s Tik Tok of Oz back […]

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So What’s The Fuss About Scribbleton?

So What’s The Fuss About Scribbleton? 

One of the things we all love about great fantasy novels is the worlds they create. Indeed, for many of us, great worldbuilding is one of the major factors in measuring how much we enjoy a fantasy novel. We love a world that we can get lost in, in which we can bury ourselves in […]

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Exploring Wattpad

Exploring Wattpad 

At my first Super Relaxed Fantasy Club, which you can read about here, I met a group of people who all publish their writings on Wattpad. Indeed, I met one author whose book had been picked up by an agent, and was published traditionally this year, due to their success on Wattpad. So, it has […]

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So What’s The Fuss About Ulysses?

So What’s The Fuss About Ulysses? 

There was a time when a writer’s most technological tool was the typewriter. With the advent of computers and the first word processors, writers entered the digital age. This early software was little more than a basic text editor but the ability to edit your work without having to retype an entire page or cover […]

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So What’s The Fuss About Writing Journal?

So What’s The Fuss About Writing Journal? 

Many writers enjoy tracking their productivity. They’ll keep spreadsheets to see how well they’re writing, filled with rows of word counts, start and end times. This way they can calculate just how many words they are writing an hour. For some, it’s a way to track their progress, to see just how far they’ve come […]

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So What’s The Fuss About Dropbox?

So What’s The Fuss About Dropbox? 

Being a writer is about facing fear daily. Whether it be trying to tackle scenes that seem a little challenging or dealing with the daily worries of trying to forge a writing career in a marketplace that is seeing massive upheaval, fear is something that writers know all too well. But if there’s one phrase […]

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