After an embarrassing delay, I'm back to whinge about travel, gastro, Amazon Kindle Select and Australia's National Broadband Network.
I review World Anvil, a very promising and comprehensive app for world-builders, table-top gamers and novelists.
I announce my intention to create an instructional series on how I use Scrivener. Rather than focusing on features in isolation, I'll approach Scrivener from the domains in which I use it - writing, world-building and most recently, blogging.
I decide to trial Talkyard for commenting that’s more mobile and social-media friendly, mostly because my old system was too much work!
To celebrate IndieApril and reaching 10 thousand tweets, I buy up a bunch of books by some terrific indie authors.
I come across another dodgy marketing business on Facebook preying on indie authors and decide to call this one out.
With the release of Ulysses 15, I review its new features, and ponder my future with the app in the wake of growing competition and a few niggles.
After a thought provoking review of Cadoc's Contract on Amazon, I explore the use of profanity in fantasy novels, and wander down yet another historical rabbit hole.
A casual reply to a tweet by Mark Hamill, sees me stepping on egg shells. I admit I don't like the new Star Wars movies, but for rather mundane 'writerly' reasons.
I almost forgot I'd been invited to participate in this group book sale. Get The Weaver's Boy and other great fantasy reads on sale for this week only!