As I’m preparing for my first attempt at NaNoWriMo, I know I must have my writing software ready.
I used Scrivener in the past and know it’s a solution I love to use.
My only problem was: my mobility OS is Linux, which Scrivener doesn’t provide support for.
But that’s no longer a problem as Thomas Pletcher proved that the latest betas of Scrivener 3 work with Wine.
If you like to deliver clean documents, you probably sometimes display invisible characters in Word.
In such occasions, you may have seen lines or paragraphs ending with
Yes, because a document is not only written but also manipulated and changed a number of times, having trailing spaces is not a rare thing.
One of my development reflexes is to trim those, but Word does not provide any tool to do that automatically.
Or does it?
Following the usual rules when writing a dialogue in a piece of fiction makes it so much easier to read.
Fortunately, those rules are quite straightforward.
Much more so than their French equivalent.
I always wished I had an artistic talent of some sort.
Some friends once diagnosed me to be a “latent artist.”
The truth however is that I’ve never found myself any sort of skill, but maybe that’s because skill comes from hard work.