With the abundance of how-to and blogging tips sites you’d expect to easily find some practical info about GDPR for bloggers and small site owners. But it seems some of these sites offer
The other day I received an email from a friend, who is also an author, asking me whether it is possible to track down the character appearances in every scene when using Scrivener.
That means flirting through clever dialogue, no chitter-chatter. I’ve been witness to the following, goofy efforts: Offensive chat-up lines: “I thought I saw you staring at me, let me introduce myself…” Silly compliments:
Essential redesign Ok, apart from the much-needed makeover the new Gmail is absolutely awesome. A lot has been said about the snooze feature which is certainly very handy: if you think an email
It is important not to wait for others, at least not always. Sometimes it is important to just do things on your own. This can be anything from having fun, travelling or taking
I have been using Milanote since its beta stage before 2017 and I’ve found myself using it even more since it became widely available. The Next Web wrote that “Milanote is the Evernote
Grammarly vs ProWritingAid vs Google Docs vs Microsoft Editor So, Grammarly vs Prowritingaid vs Google Docs vs the new Microsoft Editor. This isn’t going to be your usual post about the availability of