Jody’s Writing Tools

I have always wondered what tools my favorite writers use when they are in the creative process of their craft.

I have only found a handful of those writers who will divulge that information. I can not be the only one interested in this kinda thing. So below is a list of tools I use while I am writing.

DuckDuckGo.com gives quick answered to questions I might have. Mobile friendly lightweight and has a Zero Click feature.

Big Huge Labs Words function - Synonyms, antonyms, and rhymes (oh my!)

Want to collaborate on some copy? Want to pass a memo or letter by someone else for editing before you send it? Want to work with your business partners on some text for a proposal? Want fellow students to contribute to a group paper? Want to collaborate with a client on wording for their project?

First, and most important, yWriter is FREE to download and use! No registration, no time limits, no expiry. Second, and still rather important, it's a word processor which breaks your novel into chapters and scenes. It will not write your novel for you, suggest plot ideas or perform creative tasks of any kind. It does help you keep track of your work, leaving your mind free to create.

Amanda's Apartment

Amanda's Apartment

Use Google NoteBook to document reaseach I am doing on a story

Metro International Aeroport

Metro International Aeroport

Metro City Federal Credit Union

Metro City Federal Credit Union

Club Succulent 2957 M Street Uptown Metro

Club Succulent 2957 M Street Uptown Metro

Sharon and Drake's Condo

Sharon and Drake's Condo

The Love Loft

The Love Loft

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