July has been a whirlwind but in a good way this time. Since starting the top five focus, I’ve been productive with my work. This month is also Camp NaNoWriMo, so I had something extra to strive for.
All month long, I’ve talked about various productivity apps for writers. One of my favorites is the Trello app. I use this for just about all of my projects. I don’t know what it is about Trello, but I’ve stuck with it for so long, and it boosts my productivity and helps keep me organized.
This will be the last time I talk about Trello (for now), I promise. But I wanted to add to what I wrote last week about organizing all my writing projects into one board.
I also organize each individual series (or standalone novel) into a board. This helps me further narrow down what I need to do for the book.
Rachel Poli is an indie author, podcaster, and content writer working on her debut cozy mystery novel.
Although she favors mystery, Rachel is a multi-genre author with too many ideas and characters in her head, often experimenting with short stories and flash fiction.
When she’s not writing, she’s reading, organizing something, or playing video games. She currently resides in New England with her zoo.