Consider all information on this page M.’s opinions. The info is meant to be useful and helpful. -M.
I’ve spent a lot of time, energy, and resources hunting for the best tools to help me get my work done. Here I’ll list the tools/resources I use for my various activities.
NOTE: Some links are referrals and using them will give new users expanded benefits. Enjoy!
Website / Email
My sites are powered by WordPress, a Content Management System (CMS). It is powerful and free to use.
My sites are hosted by SiteGround, a webhosting company that specializes in WordPress installation/management.
I manage my email list with ConvertKit, the best Email Management System (EMS) there is! (in my opinion). (Mailchimp is a free-to-start alternative, but it can grow to be more expensive and lacks some higher-end function.)
Most email collecting forms I use are created and managed through ConvertKit.
Additional email collecting forms are powered by ThriveLeads.
I try to do everything on a single machine, the wonderful Dell XPS 15.
The keyboard I hope they never discontinue, Logitech Mk550 Wave Wireless Keyboard.
The keyboard I can connect to my phone (bluetooth) so I can write anywhere I go 🙂 Logitech Tablet Keyboard.
The digital pen-tablet I use for graphics, Wacom Touch Large Pen Tablet.
I use Worklflowy as a todo list.
I track my time at toggl.com
I use a program I wrote to write in… Yeah, I’m that kind of nerd.
I use Scapple to make visual diagrams (ex. character relationships).
All my notes are in Microsoft OneNote. It’s free.
I do all things ‘ebook’ in Calibre.
I use the Audiobook Creation Exchange (ACX) for audiobook distribution.
Microphone connects to the, Audio Interface: Focusrite Scarlett Solo Compact USB Audio Interface.
Actual Desk, LUXOR Standup-CF48-DW Stand Up Desk, Crank Adjustable, 48″.
Walking Treadmill, LifeSpan TR800-DT3 Under Desk Treadmill.
Swag and Promotional Products:
T-Shirts and hats, from Printful.
Stickers, magnets and buttons from Stickermule.
Sunglasses from Sunglassville.
Business cards through Moo.
“Industry Rags” I Follow: