Posts Tagged ‘apps’

*cough* Sorry, channeled Tony the Tiger there for a second. For those of you who haven’t heard of it, the Hemingway App is a wonderful little tool for analyzing your writing. The web version and the desktop version both have the same core functionality: telling you where your writing could use a little work. The main […]

Hemingway – the App, not the Author

Posted: 14th February 2014 by Jason Kristopher in On Writing
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I have the image to your left here blown up and framed on my wall, because I think it’s great. Whether or not it’s actually true for my writing, I cannot say. Well, I can say, but I won’t. Names changed to protect the foolish, and all that. I’ve never read any of his books — I […]

The awesome folks over at my favorite reading app – Readmill – are giving away 4 ebooks today and tomorrow, including my own The Dying of the Light: End. All you have to do is click one button, if you’ve already signed up for the app – and why haven’t you? It’s fantastic! Click here to […]