@meg I don't have any such experience, but to play devil's advocate:
1. Most Kindle users are likely not tech savvy and may appreciate the ability to download books straight from Kindle.
2. Kindle owners already have an Amazon account and don't have to set up payment/create an account for your book.
3. I'm curious how many readers pay attention to Kindle recommendations. Something to consider/research
We're finally taking care of all the non-technical work needed on Write.as, like better help documentation and minor annoying bugs / missing pieces.
For example, we're putting all our help on (fittingly) a Write.as blog, https://howto.write.as, and then linking to that site from various places in the application. (Previously, we might've linked to an old Help page from 2015 or https://guides.write.as.)
Hopefully this makes everything much easier to use!
5 Tenets of a Negative Self-Help
In which Mark Manson pretty much summarizes my life philosophies, especially #4 (you don't deserve happiness)
@fribbledom I had a small wave (maybe actually only a pair) of followers with that same profile pic. Must be a big family
"Faith" by The Cure is the perfect Spooky Season tune, as it has wrecked my day on so many occasions. That hopeless bass, the desperate vocals and the unconvincing closure--"I went away alone with nothing left but faith"...
Consider me wrecked.
Reading List (tooting this so I have some form of accountability)
Hells yeah. Get it. I'm so glad I made reading and writing a priority over the last few months. I'm using my time more wisely these days.
I'm hung up on the explicit desire on her part to rawdog.
@steven_ovadia I haven't seen that one, but everyone keeps saying it. I'll have to put it on my list.
I was considering it but will probably pass. I would like to maintain regular writing before jumping into NaNoWriMo.
I recently read No Plot? No Problem! by Chris Baty, the creator of NaNoWriMo. He says you're right where you need to be. :)
The point is to vomit something out so that you can edit it later. Don't get lost in the planning and don't expect perfection.
That's one way to get your daily fiber.
I've always thought sympathy to mean that you understand that someone would feel bad but don't have personal experience to go along with it. And I've thought empathy to mean that you relate on a deeper level because you do have experience with similar situations.
Forgive me if I'm asking the same question twice. Fedilab shows that I responded only by tagging you but doesn't show any additional text.
Can you elaborate on what exactly you disagree with?