iOS Scrivener, Draft Preview

I’ve been writing about iOS Scrivener quite a bit lately, so this will probably be my last post on it for a while 1, but this feature is one I missed in my initial review and it deserves a bit of attention.2 Part of Scrivener’s brilliance is how it breaks down different sections of a…

Nifty iOS Scrivener Trick

Correction: I incorrectly noted that quick reference documents couldn’t be edited in iOS Scrivener. Actually, they can be edited. Thanks for the correction @ScrivenerApp! One is my favorite features in Scrivener is Composition Mode. In this mode the rest of the operating system fades away and I’m left with the closest I can get to a…

Rainy Day

Monday evening our area was hit with the hardest rainfall I’ve ever seen1. It was as if the water vapor in the clouds decided all at once to gang up into water droplets and hold a mad race to the ground. Of course I had to take pictures. My favorite is below. The combination of…

Luma Nation – into the land of mesh networking

My Time Capsule died back in January, and about that time I began noticing some ads for a wifi mesh system called “Luma” out on the web. I’ve been aware of the concept of wireless mesh networks for years, but most of the implementations about which I’ve known were either too expensive, or needed each…

Unpacking Under the mountain

It was a long passage yesterday. As a writing exercise, it was actually rather enjoyable for me to move the characters through both distance and time in such a compressed space. I tried to keep the proceedings engaging. I hope I succeeded. From a story standpoint, several important things happened in yesterday’s passage. Let’s unpack….

Fiction Tuesday – Under the Mountain

Today’s blog is the continuation of, Welcome to the Valleys. If you would like to catch up with the tale, the first section can be found at this link After climbing up into the hills South of The Ravine for much of the day, the path crested a ridge and turned East. There was a small junction settlement at…