An editing tool uses powerful algorithms to compare your content with that of thousands of published authors. It finds where your writing is clunky or awkward and helps turn your prose into a dynamic, compelling piece that gets readers' attention.

Read more

Publishing a book takes effort, so before you start, do a reality check: Do you have what it takes to make your blog a book?

Read more

While a good, professional (human) editor is invaluable to your book – the purchase of manuscript editing software can be another prudent investment.

Read more

When writing, choose words thoughtfully, and remember you are writing to communicate ideas and feelings for your reader to experience and understand.

Read more

Editing software can't replace a human editor, but if you present him with a well-edited, highly-polished text, an editor will be able to focus on your content and ideas rather than your syntax and word choice.

Read more

Scrivener's David Johnson and Julia Pierce joined our November #BBchat to talk about their writing software and Scrivener tips for writers.

Read more

Mind mapping is a technique for outlining information in diagrams using written text as well as lines, symbols, keywords, colors, and images.

Read more