Hi Friends and Followers!
So first – I’m not dead! I’ve just been very busy 🙂
Those who enjoyed my novel To Raise a King will be pleased to know I’ve been busy working on the sequel. “To Save a Queen” is taking shape and I’m as eager to complete it as many of you are to receive it. “To Raise a King” was recently nominated on the TCK Reader’s Choice Awards so if you enjoyed the book and wanted to give it a vote please visit: www.tckpublishing.com/readers-choice-voting – You will find “To Raise a King” on page 8 of the book list.
Now – in other news – many of you have enjoyed my series of Scrivener posts. When I’m not writing novels, I’m busy working as a software developer, and recently found that Scrivener can be an ideal tool for developers! Who knew? In the coming weeks I’ll be posting a group of short “How To’s” on using Scrivener as a software design, documentation, and feature tracking tool.
I’ve been using it to:
- Map Application Flow
- Database Design
- Class Definition, Properties and Methods
- Menus / Toolbar / Navigation
- Feature and Release Notes
- Bug Tracking
- Build Internal Documentation
- Build PDF / E-Book Documentation for users
- Build Web Based help pages for users
First post on this will be in a few days! Until then – thanks for reading!