Faced with upgrading my Zapier account to an unpalatable $20 a month, I give it a flick for the more developer-friendly automation platform, Pipedream.
I review Josh Stolarz's Fantasy Map Maker for Procreate and Photoshop. A toolkit that promises to take the pain out of cartography for authors, world-builders and D&D dungeon masters.
I share the markdown apps that are the cornerstone of my professional and creative workflows.
I take a plunge into the new waters of macOS 11 Big Sur, and give my first impressions.
After copping some criticism about my popular World Anvil review, I address my critics and contemplate reviewing World Anvil again after an 18-month absence.
I review the Belkin Thunderbolt 3 Pro Dock, a device that promises to turn your laptop into the Ultimate Workstation.
I buy what might be the last Intel MacBook Pro, and give my first impressions of it as compared to my outgoing 2015 MacBook Air.
After a reader asks me to focus on mobile writing setups, I review my favourite writing apps for iPad.
Comments by two readers prompt me to revisit iA Writer. In this review of iA Writer 5.6, I explore the amazing new style checker and conclude it's finally my time to buy the app.
My two years using Ulysses coincides with the release of Ulysses 20, so I review the update and reflect on my time with the app.
On day 9 of my 30 days of world-building, I review Campfire, a desktop world-building app for macOS and Windows.
On day 3 of my 30 days of world-building, I review fours tools writers and Dungeon Masters can use to create and manager their world-building projects, namely Scrivener, OneNote, World Anvil and MkDocs.