New year, new writing apps! Best-selling author Louise Dean is back with a list of the best writing apps you can use in 2019.
There are tons of free writing apps and tools that you can use to improve your writing. Here are ten of our favorites.
An editing tool checks for writing issues that go far beyond mere grammar problems.
From interactive whiteboards to educational applications, here are 13 edtech tools for every teacher and student to aid and enhance teaching and learning.
Fictionary is your story editor who makes sure you don’t have gaping plot holes and character snafus. ProWritingAid is your copyeditor who makes your manuscript shine.
Since we love technology that makes life easier, we’re bringing you a new app we found: TextExpander.
Fictionary works seamlessly with the ProWritingAid Chrome extension. Not only can you use both to improve your work at the same time, but there's a special offer on the Fictionary and ProWritingAid bundle: get both for just $99 until September 22nd.
One of the biggest problems that creative people face is how to take their imagined ideas and communicate them clearly and effectively in writing. I dread to think how many incredible adventures, concepts, and viewpoints are locked up in the brains of people who struggle with the technical elements of writing. The part of the brain that we use for imaginative thinking is quite different from the part that actually crafts the sentences. And the quickest way to lose a reader’s confidence—even if your ideas are water-tight—is to present them with clumsy, awkward, error-filled writing.
Traveling, even that for work, enriches our lives and provides ample material for our writing. The key is to capture those moments without getting overwhelmed in the moment. Making timely notes means your writing will grow, as will your ability to reflect on the experience.