Wow, things are happening quickly with this. Forgive the appearance of this web site and blog, for now I’m just going with the default setup until I have some spare time when I’m not working on the MagicBakeshop software. (By the way, for any of you who just wandered in off the streets rather than being directed here, what this software is about is explained best by Dean Wesley Smith here.)
The first early test version of the software is available — most of you will have probably found this blog by a reference to (or in) that version. At this early stage of development I don’t want too many people trying it; I know it has deficiencies and quite likely bugs, and I’m working on them. Some feedback is good – and suggestions and sample data for new formats are even better. (Sample data can be sent to me at the support email address. Feel free to post suggestions for new or different features in the comments section.)
I aim to have another version up in about a week, with more of the initial features complete. I’ll announce that here. (BTW, “I” am Alastair JW Mayer, software engineer and writer . I omit the middle initials in my fiction by-line.)
And since I own this particular microphone, I may spout off on other topics related to writing, software, writing software (in both senses), indie (indy?) sales, sales tracking, or anything else that seems related.
I will try not to bore you. Cardinal rule of writing, and all that.
Cheers, and welcome.