AutoCrit Software for Editing Indie Published Works

AutoCrit is an online editing tool I plan to use for my writing and indie publishing, and David Bricker’s Writer’s Software Review: AutoCrit Rocks blog post explains my reasons far more eloquently than I can. I like what I’ve read so far, but haven’t had a chance to try it yet and Dave Bricker gives a far more detailed review than I can at this moment. You can also try out the software for free on the AutoCrit website which I plan to do when I get my manuscript prepared.


Creative Penn: How to Grow Your Fiction Email List

I’ve recommended the Creative Penn website in the past and they’ve just posted a truly useful blog today called How to Grow Your Own Fiction Email List which I believe will be good for marketing for any traditional or indie writer. I plan to bookmark this blog since it has tips I plan to use when I start to get more of my work out there. I tend to think that there may be some people who undervalue email lists in favor of the more current social media platforms, but a good email list is often full of readers dedicated to your work and is less random and casual than the other mediums so it’s a good idea to build an email list. However, I need to build a body of published work before I can put the tips in this blog to the test.