Mini Marshmallow 14 April 2015
Did you know that our brains process colour faster than words?
Did you know that there’s a free-plug-in that uses colour to help people read faster and with greater ease?
It’s called BeeLine Reader and you can find it at www.beelinereader.com. As they so elegantly explain:
BeeLine Reader makes reading faster and easier by using a color gradient that guides your eyes from the end of one line to the beginning of the next. With BeeLine Reader, you can finish your work faster—and with less eyestrain.
If you’re a writer, then you’re also a reader. If you’re like me, you spend a lot of time on the computer and the internet. As much as I love words, all that staring at the screen can take its toll. Anything that helps me write more is a blessing.
This will be the final edition of my newsletter in this form. From now on, the newsletter will consist of updates and links to resources. My aim is to send one every four to six weeks, but it’s not a hard and fast rule.
The reason for this is two-fold: writing these articles takes time away from my fiction, and my business is changing.
Actually, there are three reasons. Most writing advice can be distilled to ‘sit down and write’. It gets to a point where there isn’t much more to say. I can post quote and advice, but all that is secondary to the act of writing.
While I’ve had a lot of fun compiling the newsletters and coming up with prompts, it’s time to say goodbye. Thank you for being here with me.
You can always reach out to me and ask questions, or if you just need some encouragement. Remember that I believe in you!
Thank you again for reading. Happy writing, for now and always.