What software and applications help you write your masterpieces? What do you wish you could afford? What do you regret buying? And what ebook reader do you use? Why/why not?
Wow, Tracy Cooper-Posey is a little nosy. *I made a rhyme.*
I'm a word fan because that's what I learned when the University where I worked replaced word-perfect. I especially like the track changes option when doing edits. It makes things so much simpler for me.
At this point, I don't need anything more. I just purchased a new Dell computer that's faster than a speeding bullet, and I love my 24 inch monitor. Was I supposed to be able to afford it? Oops. :)
Now that I have my Kindle, I guess I would have to say I regret spending money on a netbook. I'm sure I'll find a use for it when I go camping or travel somewhere and need to take a computer along, but although I liked the ease of reading on it, it's much heavier than my Kindle, and if I get started you'll swear I'm being paid by Amazon to promote their e-reader. I have always been a die-hard print fan, but the Kindle has changed that for me. I carry it with me everywhere and read whenever I get a chance. Love it, love it, love it.
Don't think you're going to escape hearing about one of my books. You asked which masterpieces I created with my software, so here's one of them:
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