After weeks of intense work I am glad to announce that Evernote for Writers: Streamline Your Writing from Idea to Final Manuscript with Evernote is finally live in the Kindle Store. It has taken much longer than I anticipated, but in the end I am glad I did it. Now I can share my experience of using Evernote in making the writing process more efficient and structured, and hopefully help other writers who may want to give the program a try.
The process I have created, which I use from initial idea to final manuscript, and which works regardless of whether it is a work of fiction or non-fiction, is built on the flexibility of Evernote and the functionalities the program offers. Evernote is a great program because it allows for saving in a wide variety of formats, something that makes it excellent for storing research information. The tags functionality, together with the many search parameters it is possible to use, makes it easy to find information when you need it. In addition, it works on mobile platforms as well as PC and Mac, something that makes it available no matter where I am. And of course it is synchronized across all devices and platforms. I find Evernote immensely useful in my writing, at every stage of the process, and use it to make audio notes when I am out walking and have ideas for my work, to take pictures of things that inspire me and that I may use, and to clip information from the web, among other things. If you are looking for a way in which to work more efficiently, also on the go, and want to keep all your writing-related material together in one place, you can do worse than give Evernote a try. If you want some ideas as to how you may adapt it to your writing, take a look at my book where I go into the details of how I use it from initial idea to finished manuscript. If you have any questions about using you can use Evernote for writing fiction, or non-fiction, I will do my best to answer them.
If you want to check out my book you will find it here.