25 tools to keep you in your writing groove
Plenty of things can distract us from our writing mission. Here’s a list of 25 writers’ resources, that should make your writing life a little easier and more productive.
Some of these will be especially helpful if you’re participating in NaNoWriMo.
Here are a few from the list:
SimplyNoise. If a noisy environment threatens to knock you out of your writing groove, you’ll love SimplyNoise, a free white noise generator. A slider button at the top of the web page offers a selection of white, pink, and brown noise. You can also make a donation and download others, including the sounds of ocean waves or a rainstorm. After five minutes of listening to the oscillating sounds of white noise, I was in a deep writing trance. Addictive.
750 Words. Whether you’re racing the clock to write a novel this month or just want inspiration to jumpstart your writing practice, check out 750words.com. In a previous post, I wrote about 750 words, a website that encourages writing 750 words of day — about three pages. 750words.com is a secure, private place to let loose with words and maintain a daily writing practice.
Check out the rest of the tools at 25 Most Effective Tools for NaNoWriMo Success.