A Little Love for Apple’s Smart Keyboard

As much as everyone seems to be crazy for the Apple Pencil, my favorite thing on my new iPad Pro is the Smart Keyboard. Comfortably writing and doing research from my bed, while using keyboard shortcuts and being mobile AF? (That’s “as the f-word” for old fuddy-duddies like me.) It’s like productivity CPR. (So much … Continue reading “A Little Love for Apple’s Smart Keyboard”

Sketchbook as a Subscription (Or, Maybe I’m a Hypocrite)

Originally published at Sharonda.net on September 25th, 2017. Added to SMWoodfin.WordPress.com on October 31st, 2017. Updated November 20th, 2017, to add that I’m back to using Ulysses, with a year-long subscription, despite my reluctance to go that route. I should also note that I managed to cancel my subscription to Sketchbook before it officially kicked … Continue reading “Sketchbook as a Subscription (Or, Maybe I’m a Hypocrite)”

ProWritingAid: If You Write Fiction, You Should Try This

Originally published on January 17th, 2017, at SharondaWoodfin.net. Republished at Sharonda.net on March 15th, 2017. Added to SMWoodfin.WordPress.com on October 31st, 2017, with much cleaner code! — Writing fiction is daunting. Sharing what you’ve written is freaking terrifying. More so if you’re a picky reader. Exponentially if you’re a picky reader and the sole editor … Continue reading “ProWritingAid: If You Write Fiction, You Should Try This”

For Writers

Blogging Beyond the Grave – originally published on October 28th, 2017, at Sharonda.net. I’m Spilling My Guts – originally published on October 27th, 2017, at Sharonda.net. Backing Up an iCloud Drive Folder to DropBox – originally published on August 12th, 2017, at Sharonda.net. So Long, Ulysses! Hello, Pages? Maybe? – originally published on August 11th, … Continue reading “For Writers”

These Aren’t Resolutions

Originally published on January 3rd, 2017, at SharondaWoodfin.net. Edited and republished at Sharonda.net on March 15th, 2017. Added to SMWoodfin.WordPress.com on October 30th, 2017, while gaping in bewilderment at an excess of span and class tags, amongst other stupid, stupid things. — They really, really aren’t. ‘Though I’ll have to admit, I’m not immune to … Continue reading “These Aren’t Resolutions”