Five Ways Writers Can Use Microsoft OneNote to Improve their Writing Lives

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Any time I mention Microsoft OneNote to writers, I get one of two responses. "Huh?"  Or... "Nah..."  Needless to say OneNote doesn't seem to inspire writers the way other writing apps such as Scrivener do.  BUT (I'm sure you sensed a BUT coming), it is a useful tool for research, outlining, character profiles, and brainstorming. While … Continue reading Five Ways Writers Can Use Microsoft OneNote to Improve their Writing Lives