Archives for March 2017

Writing in Tabs

Last week I mentioned that the thing I liked most about writing in Google Docs was using tabs. It made a difference for me. I was able to keep my notes in one tab, my outline in another and my work in progress in a third. If I wanted to look up something, all I […]

Google Docs for Novel Writing

For the past ten years or so, I have mostly used Scrivener to write my books. It’s a powerful piece of software that gives you a great deal of control over the structure of any work in progress. It makes backups a breeze and it tracks your daily word count as you write. It can […]

Intel Extreme Masters Katowice

  Take a look at those pictures. They are modern gaming or at least one aspect of it. I took them at the Intel Extreme Masters in Katowice, Poland. It was held in Spodek, a sport’s arena, and that does not seem inappropriate. I was there signing copies of Illidan at the Blizzard shop. At […]

Patron of the (Grimdark) Arts

I signed up for Patreon so I could support Grimdark magazine. Patreon is a website that let’s you back artists and creators on a regular and recurring basis. It’s a bit like Kickstarter, but you make an ongoing commitment via credit card or Paypal to back the artist or project you are supporting. The model […]