Useful tech stuff for authors and artists
By now I know most of you have seen the crazy AI art swamping the internet. I remember the brouhaha when artbreeder came out a few years ago. Of course, being the digital art person I am,...
Back in April of 2019 I wrote a blog post in my tech series about productivity helpers. In the article, I lamented briefly about not being able to get the 2018 iPad Pro. At the time, I...
I admit, I'm not generally a fan of "social media calendars". You know why? Because I tried a bunch of them, from free to paid, and they were all kind of generic. Like you didn't get...
Listen, I understand as a small potato you may be intimidated by newsletter service providers and their fees. I also understand one of the many reasons newbies stick with those giant name brand services may be ease of...
https://goo.gl/TA5DS6 In my last few posts I have shared with you the things that help me with social media posting. Social media is important in this day and age. If you aren't online you don't exist. So,...
Last post I brought you the goodness of Stencil. I've had that program since 2014 when it was Share As Image Pro. It has definitely served me well since that time. I'm especially loving the WordPress...
Now that I have shared my list of items to help you capture all the words, I am going to switch gears. The next few segments aren't things that will help you capture words, rather they will help you free...
In a world where most authors are also working a 40 hour work week to pay the bills, finding time to work on your books, your author platform, and your laundry can be a challenge. So, what can...
This post isn't really a Techy Talk nor is it a You Wrote A Book, Now What post. Yet, it is an important post. As you may have discerned, I like good deals. I seem...
In a world where most authors are also working a 40 hour work week to pay the bills, finding time to work on your books, your author platform, and your laundry can be a challenge. So, what can you...