I don't know about you, but I'm not a fan of writing on a tablet. Yes, if you like to actually put pen to paper, many of the current generation models have a stylus with haptic feedback that really do the job. Also, I can type much faster than I can write, so quite often, I really do prefer when I'm fleshing out a story to get into it on a keyboard. If you're like me, that doesn't mean there aren't reasons to want to help your writing with a tablet. So, where can you go with it? There are still a TON of solid options that can help out your writing, so let's take a look! Tablets have become an increasingly popular device for authors in recent years, offering a portable and versatile platform for a variety of writing-related tasks. Whether you're a seasoned author or just starting out, a tablet can be a valuable tool in your writing arsenal. With their ability to connect to the internet, access a wide range of apps, and store an extensive library of documents, tablets offer numerous ways for authors to streamline their writing process and stay organized. In this article, we'll explore some of the ways in which authors can use tablets when not actively writing their story, including taking notes, researching and fact-checking, collaborating with others, marketing and promoting their work, reading and staying up-to-date, and more. So, let's dive in and see how tablets can help authors in […]
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