Lynn Palermo’s Scrivener guide doesn’t just tell you how Scrivener works. She provides step-by-step descriptions on how to take advantage of Scrivener’s many features to plan, organize, write, edit and compile your family history project. Scrivener can be intimidating to first-time users, but Lynn does a wonderful job of breaking it all down into basic…… Continue reading Scrivener for the Family Historian
“Complete with invaluable exercises, nuts-and-bolts techniques, and motivational tools, Writing Your Life is indispensible for every aspiring writer who wishes to mine the rich lode of his or her past for all the gems hidden there.” The “exercises” are some of the best writing prompts I’ve seen. Available in print [$9.83] and Kindle [$9.60] editions
Day One’s export feature is available on both the Mac and iOS apps and makes it easy to build books from selected entries. Here’s a look at the export process on the iPad.
Now this is an awesome example of what ebooks are capable of achieving. I just updated my copy of David Sparks’ book Paperless [iBooks – $9.99, PDF – $10.00] . . . again! This is version 1.4 and it includes new information about apps which have received significant updates as well as new cloud storage…… Continue reading Paperless
Considering a family history publishing project? Here’s an overview of the efforts involved. This gives you the big picture to help put articles related to publishing details into their place.
Lots of interesting updates, tips and news in this weeks edition of Tech Notes.