Writers, let me introduce you to Dabble, my new best friend.
Dabble is a simple-to-use online writing tool that helps keep your writing organized.
It keeps you from spending hours hunting through hundreds of Word docs to find that one perfect scene you cut and now want back in your draft.
Dabble makes it super easy to play with scenes, moving them from chapter to chapter.
It’s like Scrivener without complications or frustration.
Sure, Dabble comes at a cost (there’s a monthly or annual subscription), but how much is your time and sanity worth?
As I wrestle with yet another major revision of my memoir, Dabble’s been worth every penny to me.
It’s funny what happens when you set aside non-negotiable time to write.
You get that chapter to your book coach.
You submit that essay and get included in an anthology.
You meet the deadline for submissions to an independent press and increase your odds of being traditionally published.
You actually get sh*t done.
You get to relax and enjoy the time you aren’t writing because you aren’t worried about when you will write. You are a serious writer. You have a plan.
What happens when YOU set time aside to write?