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Generating Medieval City Maps
Reviews

Generating Medieval City Maps

I finally answer a reader's question and follow up my popular review of three open-source overland map generators with a review of a great little Medieval City Map Generator for the web.


Beorg app review
Reviews

Beorg app review

I rant about task management, review an interesting but flawed IOS app beorg, and ask myself if Emacs and Org-mode is too deep a rabbit warren to fall into.



Reviews

Three months with Ulysses

I reflect on three months of using Ulysses, pony up for the annual subscription, and ponder if I’ll ever use it for writing fiction.


OmniOutliner review
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OmniOutliner review

I review OmniOutliner for macOS, and ask the question 'can it add the outlining features I need to Ulysses or is it better to stick with Scrivener?'


Three Random Map Generators
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Three Random Map Generators

I review three open-source, random map generators aimed at fantasy authors, world-builders and table-top gamers.



Articles

Why I still use Scrivener

Ten reasons why I still use Scrivener for writing fiction.


iA Writer Review
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iA Writer Review

After my review of Ulysses on macOS and iOS, I take a close look at its understated but fabulous competitor, iA Writer.


A Scrivener user reviews Ulysses
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A Scrivener user reviews Ulysses

I try Ulysses for several weeks and give my impressions as long-term Scrivener user. I'm impressed and ask myself if I could use it for my writing.



Articles

How I structure novels in Scrivener

After reading Matt Gemmell's post on structuring his novel Changer in Ulysses, I take up his open offer to describe how I organise my novel in Scrivener.



Reviews

Portable Writing Nook

After almost 15 years, I finally find the right combination of hardware and software to create my (almost) perfect portable writing nook.



Tutorials

Visualising POV with Scrivener and Numbers

I show you how to visualise POV frequency in your novel using Scrivener and a basic spreadsheet.