Need Help With Writing On The Go? Try this!

Deciding to be a writer confirms one very sure thing - you are a part of an elite group of thinkers who have a lot to say and believe that people would like to hear it.



Deciding to be a writer confirms one very sure thing - you are a part of an elite group of thinkers who have a lot to say and believe that people would like to hear it.


Well, technically, you are right.

As well, if you are a writer, you know that daily writing sessions are nothing like people may think. Some would believe it's like the writing scenes from Lemony Snickett's A Series of Unfortunate events where he properly sits to his desk, clicking away on his typewriter. It is a perfect, entirely untrue reality.


It's more like standing in line at the grocery store and FINALLY figuring out how to wrap up chapter five. It even looks like settling in for a well overdue night's sleep, and just before your mind checks out for the night, the perfect dialogue between the grief-stricken mother and the dismissive, disastrous neighbor she shares a fence with pops into your head.


Not as pretty and convenient, huh?

As a result, you have to be prepared for anything life as a writer can throw at you. We have found help. Here are five apps that every writer should have in their writer's toolkit, which also doubles over as a phone:

Dictionary I mean, really, how can you be a writer with grammatical errors in your social media post? It also doubles over as the next essential app:


Thesaurus Seriously, could you not have found a better word?

Heads up: This post contains affiliate links. If a purchase is made through our site via this link, we will receive a commission at no charge to you. Just enough to keep the internet flowing!

Evernote Well, for the obvious - taking notes. Evernote is for the snippets, thoughts, and ideas on the go. The best part is you can organize them into different notebooks without even having to make room on your bookshelf for the ever-growing notebook collection.

Google docs I have written every book on google drive. You can also make work available offline. That works like magic on that writing oasis to the weekend getaway to the remote countryside.


Grammarly If you have a question here, we need to have a serious discussion.


Have something to say? Drop us a line!

© 2020 by The Sassy Writer