I've blogged about the I Write Like website before (see here), but I couldn't resist having another go! This time I've fed 4 flash-fiction stories from my forthcoming collection Bitesize into the I Write Like maw. I figured that as I've arranged the stories in 4 layers according to mood, it would be interesting to see what I … Continue reading I Write Like: Bitesize edition!
Today's blog will be a short one - appropriate, as I'm talking about creating shortlinks for books. It's also directed towards people who have books in the Amazon store, or plan to in the future. If that isn't you, look away now. If you already know about global shortlinks, I apologise in advance. If you … Continue reading Tech Tip Tuesday: Connect to local Amazon stores with global shortlinks
This week has mostly been about formatting the paperback version of the Secret Notebook. It's the first time I've formatted a real book and, after wrangling with a CreateSpace template, I'm hoping I'm over the worst. I will blog about it at some point, but not until I'm convinced there are no more surprises in … Continue reading I got a bad review and the world didn’t end
Oh, you must know I Write Like. It's that website where you paste in a chunk of what you're writing and it tells you who you write like. I'm not sure when I first discovered it, but it's been around since 2010. According to my not-very-in-depth research (see below) it uses a naive Bayes classifier … Continue reading I Write Like…