This is a guest post by Rob Morris – an online tutor and course developer, essayist, researcher, creative writer.
Have you ever been inspired to leave all problems behind and visit all places you’ve always dreamed about seeing?
Writers have a huge advantage in such situation: they don’t have to leave their jobs to engage in such pursuit. As long as they have a laptop and the right writing tools with them, they can translate the daily revelations into words and become more productive than ever throughout their journeys.
Speaking of tools, you absolutely need the right ones if you want to make your work more manageable and shareable when you travel. Here are some of the tools and websites you should explore:
Productivity and Tech Tools for Writers Working on The Road
You can write the projects directly in the platform and stay focused thanks to the minimalist markdown editor. You can also work offline with the word processor you usually use. To collaborate with others (such as your editor for example) and gain feedback, all you need to do is send a link. When you’re done, you can download the text in a properly-formatted eBook with a single click.
When you need help with the research, writing, or editing part of your job, you can solve everything easily by hiring writers and editors at this website. The team is highly professional, so you can leave everything to them or collaborate as much as your time permits. The proofreading, formatting, and editing assistance offered by NinjaEssays is especially useful for traveling writers.
If you are used to creating different versions of your texts, then you’ll appreciate the easy navigation through the separate stages of your project. Draft also enables you to collaborate with others. Your editor (or another collaborator) can make suggestions directly into the content, and you can stay in control by accepting or rejecting them.
If you are ready to experiment, then you’ll love this iPad app that enables you to combine photos and text with wonderful layouts and tell a story from anywhere. Storehouse is the perfect tool to use when you want to share your daily adventures or travel journal entries.
You are used to notebooks, but you don’t want to carry tons of paper on your journeys? Digital Ink is the solution. If you’ve never heard of this technology, here is a simple explanation: it enables you to sketch, mark-up PDF files and take handwritten notes on your iPad or iPhone.
This clutter-free app is packed with tools that enable you to take notes by hand and locate the right files whenever you need them, thanks to Evernote’s sync and search features.
This word processor gives you a blank sheet of paper, which you’ll need to fill with words. The minimalistic writing environment is very effective in keeping you focused on the work.
If you are travelling, you cannot waste much time to keep the email newsletters, blogs and social media channels active. That doesn’t mean you’re allowed to neglect them. Shareist helps you plan, create, and distribute content on different channels, and keep your reading audience engaged and growing while being away from home.
When you need a quick grammar and spelling check of the chapters or articles you’ve written, this tool is your solution. It catches and corrects up to 10 times more mistakes when compared to the usual word processors most writers use. Remember: this is still an automated tool, so it won’t replace an actual editor.
This popular writing software for iOS, Mac and Android has transformed the daily working routines of many writers. The clean environment enables you to focus on the progression of your content one sentence at a time, thanks to the Focus Mode. The alternations of the tool will help you create the perfect environment for the brainstorming, writing, editing, and reading stages of the process.
Are you ready to take the risk? The 10 tools listed above will make your adventures more productive. Load your devices with the right apps, bookmark important websites and pack the bag without delays!
Have you given any of these a try? Which sounds best for you? What other tools for travel writers have you heard of?