I like reading fiction and I miss writing fiction myself. There’s nothing like a good book to keep me up all night. When the story’s really gripping, I can’t help myself. That’s why I prefer having an ebook reader on my DS aside from actual books.
For the e-book worms
If you have an e-book reader, you have an application you might want to consider. Calibre is an open source application made for those who love reading e-books. This e-book management system can support a lot of e-book formats such as EPUB, FB2, OEB, LIT, PDB, PML, …read more
I’ve been using Drivel for the longest time but I’ve realized that there are other tools I could use for blogging. And here’s a short comparison of the three tools I’ve used.
I’ve heard about Drivel through friends who have been using LiveJournal and they use Drivel as their blogging client. It’s a really awesome client for LiveJournal because you could really choose which user icon to use, as well as select your privacy filter. Your custom filters are actually reflected in the choices. Aside from that you could choose which blog you’d be posting to. It …read more
If you’re someone who’d rather write than type, wouldn’t it be cool if you could do that with your computer? I am happy that I could do that on my DSi as opposed to typing with the on-screen keyboard feature on my gaming console. Too bad that I have a netbook and not tablet. In any case, there’s CellWriter if you prefer writing over typing.
Train CellWriter to Recognize Your Handwriting
It’s all about you writing naturally. That is one thing that you have to remember about using CellWriter. It needs to know how you write. It …read more
Writing a novel could be difficult especially with the many distractions online. It’s really insane when people just nag you on IM or when your email notification icon on the panel is nagging you to check your email. One thought goes here and another there and before you know it your idea for the plot is gone! Oh no no no! Your editor nags you on your mobile and you have nothing else you could say except “Yes, I will send it to you by the end of the day.” Tsk tsk. What would make your …read more