Introducing Hearth

20th June, 2021 Share on Twitter

Introducing Hearth

I’m excited to show you Hearth, a writing and storytelling app that I’ve created for working on and managing book projects.

I created it mostly for myself, but it is 100% free for anyone to use. You can find it here:

Why did I make Hearth?

There are a bunch of amazing note-taking apps and writing apps out there, but in my experience they are either expensive, available *only* on one OS, or are not particularly oriented towards book projects.

For example, I love Apple Notes, but I have no access to that on my Windows PC; conversely, Scrivener is an amazing tool, but it’s expensive and has a steep learning curve.

I made Hearth because I wanted a very simple writing app that I could access anywhere. Anyone who signs up gets unlimited space, unlimited book projects, and access from anywhere via the web.

As I said before, it’s 100% free for anyone to use, so please feel free to give it a go now.

Security was a very important factor, and friends of the blog will know that there are some writing tools out there that have had security issues.

I’m a software developer in my 9-5 job, and I used this knowledge to make Hearth fast, convenient to use, and secure using the latest development technology.

Hearth allows you to set up two-factor authentication via your profile settings, which I highly encourage you to do.

But wait, I have more writing news!

Now that I have finished the last work for my postgraduate degree, I am taking a short break before resuming my writing work.

In the works are a sequel to The 24 Laws of Storytelling, and a new series of books on current affairs.

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Thank you, as always, for reading my work. I love and appreciate you all.

Please check out The 24 Laws of Storytelling, my book that explores the principles that make some books and movies great and explains why others fail. By reading my book, you’ll gain the same strategies used by master storytellers such as Stephen King, Christopher Nolan, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, and many more. Pick up your copy today.