Writing App Roundup with Dave Chesson, Kindlepreneur

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Sometimes using the right tool for the job makes all the difference. If you are still using Microsoft Word to write your book, I have some good news: Much better tools exist. The challenge with writing is that each writer is different. This means different writers will do better with different tools. 

To help us navigate the world of writing tools, we have a special guest.  He is the creator of Kindlepreneur.com, a website devoted to teaching advanced book marketing. He is also the creator of Publisher Rocket, a software that helps authors see what’s really going on in the book market, so they can pick better keywords and categories to help them sell more books.

Dave Chesson, welcome to the Christian Publishing Show.

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2 Responses to Writing App Roundup with Dave Chesson, Kindlepreneur

  1. Andrew Budek-Schmeisser March 16, 2021 at 7:53 am #

    Apps for this and apps for that,
    apps for easing panics,
    and there is one to teach my cat
    to do quantum mechanics.
    Apps now to help writing
    are what folks point me toward,
    but this is kinda frightening
    for I’ve barely mastered Word,
    with all its breaks and formats,
    indention tools that make me groan,
    insert modes and line-space that’s
    got mind, yeah, of its very own,
    and now they’re saying (Sacre bleu!)
    that I should move to something new!

  2. Selena Ross March 29, 2021 at 5:45 am #

    He is also the author of Originator Rocket, a software that assistances writers see what’s really going on in the book collection, so they can choose improved keywords and classifications to assist them to sell more books.

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