A writer shares his tricks of the trade. And talks about the tools he uses all the time. In the past writers had a quill and ink, then a typewriter. Now almost all writers have a word processor. The book explains how to produce good writing on a computer. And with the minimum of effort. More
A writer shares his tricks of the trade. And talks about the tools he uses all the time. In the past writers had a quill and ink, then a typewriter. Now almost all writers have a word processor. A Word Processor is harder than these. It's a computer!
Word processors have many, many tools for the aspiring novelist. Tools that mean he can produce his best work. Tools may for example, help the aspiring novelist navigate easily and quickly in his manuscript. And edit text easily and quickly. The book describes only those tools a novelist needs. As well, the book offers some tips to keep your concentration.
Features the aspiring novelist may find useful are under chapter headings of Navigation, Formatting, Editing and Miscellaneous.
Using the WP features you need you can speed up writing your novel and produce better work. And you can focus on the work and not be distracted by computer worries. You'll like writing better, or at least not hate it. This book may prove invaluable for aspiring novelists and has useful tips for non-fiction writers as well. The book is for anyone who writes on a WP, and has some useful tips for even seasoned writers.
Earnest Long, the author, has some experience or none of what he writes. His stories and books are in the best tradition of storytelling. He lives on his own and writes. And when not writing, he watches the TV or chats to girls.