AI Apps: The Craft App Now Offers AI To Help Your Writing

Do you use Craft? It’s a lovely writing app. It shocked me when the developers announced that they’d added artificial intelligence (AI) functions. In essence, Craft is becoming an AI app. Although I’ve tried various AI writing apps, I haven’t found any of them useful. That said, several of my ecommerce copywriting clients now use AI apps to develop product-related … Read more

Obsidian Made Simple: 3 Easy Tips You Can Use Today

Obsidian Made Simple: 3 Easy Tips You Can Use Today

Over the past couple of years, I’ve depended on the Obsidian app because it’s made organizing my writing projects easier. Organization can be a challenge for any writer. Obsidian can link documents, so I use it to get organized at various stages of writing process, including: Research. Exploring ideas. Developing and drafting versions. Revision. It’s available for your favorite operating … Read more

Self-Publishing: Low-Content Books Are Hot

Self-Publishing: Low Content Books Are Hot

If you’re into self-publishing, chances are you’re considering the potential of low-content books. Firstly, what are they? From Amazon’s low content books page: A low-content book has minimal or no content on the interior pages. These pages are generally repetitive and designed to be filled in by the user. Common examples include notebooks, planners, journals, and other similar works. This … Read more

Improve Your Productivity With Timers: 4 Tips To Help

Improve Your Productivity With Timers: 4 Tips To Help

Want to improve your productivity? Try this simple strategy: use timers. If you are a Pomodoro fan, you’ve discovered the benefits of focusing for 25 minutes at a time, but you can use timers in other ways too. My favorite timer-productivity strategy takes just five minutes. Improve your productivity in five minutes Here’s what Francesco Cirillo, the developer of the … Read more

Writing Tips: 5 Savvy, Inspiring Ways To Solve Creative Challenges

Here’s the biggest challenge with writing tips: you tend to forget them when you need them most. A few days ago, I caught myself whining to a friend about a lack of inspiration for a current project; I wasn’t sure I’d make the deadline. “You’re overthinking,” my friend suggested. “You’ve got dozens of writing tips for getting inspired and writing … Read more