Writerly Tech: the hardware, the software and the why. Episode 356
Sarina explores her favorite writer technology!
We’ll admit it. We like our writerly gear. We get a little rush from visiting our favorite Vermont stationery store together. (In fact, we just did this last week.) But in all seriousness, we spend a lot of time on this job, so it’s good to figure out what works for us.
Today Sarina takes us through her novel-writing tech stack. She covers hardware, software and the “why” behind the tools she chooses.
Links for some of Sarina’s tech:
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What’s in your tech stack? Let us know in the Facebook group!
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