by Amelia D. Hay | Authorpreneur Podcast, Outlining Your Novel, Productivity, Season 3: How to Outline a Story, Self-Publishing, Tech for Writers, tools, Writing
As you can guess from the title of this show, I chat with Dave Chesson from Kindlepreneur about his new all-in-one writing software, Atticus. For those who don’t know, Atticus is a brand new all-in-one writing software for writers launched at the end of 2021. That’s when the reviews of the software first launched.
by Amelia D. Hay | Author Platform, Authorpreneur Podcast, BTS Podcast Diary, business, Season 2: Writing Adventure During a Pandemic, Self-Publishing, Tech for Writers, tools, Writing
In this episode, I share how after months of frustration with the slow speed of my website, I took the plunge and moved web hosts. And, I discuss along with the results of another free promotion on Kobo, and my experiments with pre-orders on Amazon.
by Amelia D. Hay | editing, Outlining Your Novel, Revision, Self-Publishing, Tech for Writers, tools, Writing
Welcome to the second Ask Me Anything on Writing Episode, in this video tutorial I will discuss how to use scrivener to organise, write, revision, and edit a novel.
by Amelia D. Hay | Author Platform, Marketing, Self-Publishing, Tech for Writers, tools
Have you been thinking about starting a podcast but have no idea what podcast microphone to buy? Perhaps you’ve already purchased a microphone and realised that it picks up every single sound in your house. Or, maybe you’re on the fence about starting a podcast and are wondering about the basic set-up to get started? If any of these situations apply to you then this podcast tech unboxing is for you.
by Amelia D. Hay | Outlining Your Novel, Plot and Story Structure, Self-Publishing, Tech for Writers, tools, WriterADHay TV, Writing
Have you been thinking about using Scrivener but have no idea where to start? Perhaps you’ve downloaded the free trial and opened it up and felt immediately overwhelmed. Or, maybe you’re curious about the fuss some writers make about this programme. If any of these situations apply to you than this Scrivener Tutorial is for you.