I confess I am a planner not a pantser. OneNote is the program I use to keep my writing notes, and ideas organized. I thought this article might be helpful for other planners. –Thanks Kevin!
If you have any questions about how I use OneNote please send me an email, I’d be happy to help! –Kenna
*WARNING – This post contains a lot of writery, authory, novel production type stuff. It may be quite boring to any of you who have never been a part of the writing process. Sorry.
I had been looking into an organization strategy for writing my novels for several months. Recently, I upgraded my MS Office programs and acquired Onenote. From the product description, it seemed like it would work just fine. But I had no clue how to make it work. After all, it was unlike any software program I was familiar with. So I did some template research, and found there was very little out there to help writers. I did find a couple blogs about the subject. From them I gleaned enough information to start using the program.
I was asked to write a blog about using Onenote to write a novel. So here’s what I’ve done. Everybody’s…
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