Awesome Writing Apps

I’ve been writing my novel this week and working at my day job, and developing a book on self-publishing.

So, I’ve been busy. But I didn’t want to miss out on sharing some tips with you on some of the best writing apps out there to help you stay on track.

Here are some of my favourites. Enjoy!


Evernote is a note taking app which helps you stay organised when you are on the move.

Scribus is a desktop publishing app which can help you lay out your novel. Cardsmith is a great app to organise your thoughts and outline your writing project.


Scrivener is an amazing app which helps you to organise and write your novel. Dragon software is a speech recognition programme which converts your dictation into typing.

Hemmingway is a desktop app which helps you to improve the quality of your writing.


Freedom is an app that helps you in your productivity by blocking selected websites and apps during your scheduled writing session

Grammarly makes sure everything you type
is clear, effective, and mistake-free.

I use Trello to keep on top of my projects and specifically for to-do lists to keep me on track.

Next week I’m planning to write a blog on self-editing your manuscript — mainly because I’m going to start self-editing a manuscript — follow me if you don’t miss it!


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