Writing a Novel in Markdown
Have you ever wondered if you can write a novel in Obsidian? Looking to break out of Scrivener, Word, or Google Docs? How about some tips from someone who has been there? Look no further than this informative session led by P.D. Workman, an award-winning and USA Today Bestselling author with over 90 published books, including over 30 novels written in Obsidian.
In this engaging session, Workman will share her personal set-up, workflow, and best practices for using Obsidian to take your novel writing from inception to publication. Whether you're a seasoned writer looking to try a new tool or a beginner looking to streamline your writing process, this session is perfect for anyone interested in using Obsidian for novel writing. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from a successful author and take your writing to the next level. Tune in for this informative session and discover how Obsidian can revolutionize your novel writing process.
P.D. Workman is a USA Today Bestselling author, winner of several awards from Library Services for Youth in Custody and the InD’tale Magazine’s Crowned Heart award, and has published over 90 mystery/suspense/thriller and young adult books, including stand alones and these series: Auntie Clem's Bakery cozy mysteries, Reg Rawlins Psychic Investigator paranormal mysteries, Zachary Goldman Mysteries (PI), Kenzie Kirsch Medical Thrillers, Parks Pat Mysteries (police procedural), and YA series: Medical Kidnap Files, Tamara's Teardrops, Between the Cracks, and Breaking the Pattern.
Workman loves writing about the underdog, who the reader may love or hate. She has been praised for her realistic details, deep characterization, and sensitive handling of the serious social issues that appear in all of her stories, from light cozy mysteries through to darker, grittier young adult and mystery/suspense books.