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Scapple: The Software You
Didn’t Know You Needed
by Gene Wilburn | online soon


Tablet Writing: iPad & Android
by Gene Wilburn
Distraction-Free Editors
by Gene Wilburn

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What is Markdown?
by Gene Wilburn

"Markdown is easy to learn and to use. For instance, surrounding text in asterisks *like this* will produce like this in the converted document. To bold text an entry you use two asterisks, e.g. **bold text**. Other attributes are similarly easy.
For those of us who like writing with a minimalist editor, Markdown and MultiMarkdown provide the best of both worlds—plain text with word-processing attributes when needed."
JORQUERA (ALBACETE) ESPAÑA Photo by Jorge Villaplana Sanjuan
Your Most Important Character
Developing Place in Fiction
by Denton Loving
From ‘Good Enough’ to ‘Amazing’
How to Become a Better Editor of Your Own Work
by Robyn Ryle
A Short Course in Structure
Writing Tips for the Committed Novelist
by Jack Remick
7 Tips for Surviving NaNoWriMo
From Buffy the Vampire Slayer
by Robyn Ryle
Notes on NaNoWriMo
by Margaret Fieland

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