Links and Used Resources
Other Web Fiction
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- aka by Cy: interesting take on “everyone has powers”
- The Brotherhood Archive by J. Ander: cross-genre fantasy stories
- Web Fiction Guide (online novels, reviews):
- Novels Online:
I’m not required to link these. But it would be a real shame not to do so. Also, this gives me an excuse to put more text on this page.
- Source Code Pro, Source Serif Pro & Source Sans Pro
just some free fonts that I like using.
- Noto Color Emoji
while I try to use native Emoji as much as possible, my phone didn’t seem support any of those fonts. So I added this as a fallback font. You will most likely not see it.
When I started out I had like 5 lines of front matter in my files. Since then I had to add more to do things like navigation, SEO etc. Now I’m at 40 lines of front matter for each file. All that would be a real pain to manage and check if I didn’t have a tool that goes with it.
Jekyll takes my markdown files and builds this website. Usually, GitHub Pages does that for me, but when I need to test something I need to run it on my computer testing it before I release changes to the wild.
Kramdown is just the markdown variant jekyll uses. But I use the standalone version in eBook creation as well.
While I could just try and use some plugin for jekyll for creating eBook versions those plugins just don’t work with my setup. So instead I just wrote a script that creates an ebook using kramdown and pandoc.
A must-have tool for eBook lovers. I use it to convert my ePUB other formats like Kindle Format 8.
- iA Writer
A Markdown editor for Android that just happened to work with Google Drive. I tested the Windows version, but the only feature why I would be using it over Atom is Syntax Highlight and that feature is not available on Windows. Don’t get me wrong, neither does that feature exist on Android. But on Android, the app is free, for now.