Evernote: The Book Writer’s Secret Weapon

Take the stress and limitations out of researching and writing your book with either a free or paid Evernote account. With access from your phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer, you can collect your online research, record audio notes for your book on the go, write notes for your book on the go, take pictures of items of inspiration or written content you want to remember, and even create checklists and reminders within Evernote to help you stay on task and give you the ultimate flexibility for how you write your book. Evernote allows you to collect your individual notes into binders that you can read anywhere with or without Internet access and even share with co-authors, editors and other book collaborators.

Learn more about how you can get started with your Evernote account here: www.Evernote.com.

Danielle Fetherson

Danielle helps aspiring authors become published authors. She believes that everyone has at least one book on the inside of them that can make a positive impact on someone else's life. If you have been thinking about writing a book, learn how to start your book today with the free resources at DanielleFetherson.com.

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