Recently, my wife got me onto Microsoft OneNote. She preached to me the wonders of its capabilities, how useful it is for logging progress, blah blah blah. I wasn’t sold on it.

Until I was.

Not sure if I’ve mentioned my 6-month old twin boys (HAHAHA DEAR LORD HELP ME) but they definitely don’t make it easy to sit with a notebook and write. OneNote has helped a lot with that. I can break a book apart in different sections, and within those sections I can word scramble, paste YouTube Videos, and move text boxes around.

NESS is a little shorter since most of the work was done, pre-baby, in a Steam Crow notebook. TWILIGHT, on the other hand, is a huge mess of pages and notes and I love it.

I love it all.

June 1 is fast approaching. I’m starting a new book then. Time to work as fast and messy as I can.

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