Since June 2021, I have relied on artificial intelligence to aid my fiction writing. In the next section, you'll find a wealth of helpful tips, tricks, and articles to make the most of AI writing tools. Additionally, I have a secod section with posts detailing my personal initial experience with Sudowrite, an app that utilizes a Generative Pre-trained Transformer to assist writers in crafting works of fiction. Finally, you'll find links to recommended articles and classes.

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FAQs After ChatGPT Exploded on to the scene. (And information on interview requests.) February 1, 2023

Sudowrite Tips and Tricks

The following are some tips and tricks I discovered while using Sudowrite.

Because there is no right or wrong way to use AI in your writing, none of these posts should be interpreted as “the way things should be done.” It’s just a suggestion to get you started.

Dates of posting are provided, with the oldest being first. (Sudowrite changes and progresses fairly frequently, so keep that in mind.)

These tips and tricks have been moved into the official Sudowrite blog and these links will lead you directly to them.

My first days with Sudowrite

When I was interested in giving this a whirl, I found little on it regarding authors, so I thought I’d add my experience here. The following blog posts chronicle my experience with Sudowrite if/when I have some insight. It’s not necessarily going to be ongoing. Dates are provided, the oldest is first.

#AI Tools & Articles

Tools I use

  • Sudowrite – for fiction writing and narrative prose.
  • Quillbot – to rephrase sentences.
  • ChatGPT+ and OpenAI Playground– for marketing blurbs, plots, mystery generation, and some rewriting/editing.
    • – “Just upload a pdf or add a link to your website and get a ChatGPT-like chatbot that can answer any question on it.” I use this to talk to my previously written books with ChatGPT – it’s easier then scouring for “that scene with that thing.”
  • LitRPG Adventures – for fantasy locations and characters



Classes for Authors

These are classes/training I personally recommend/endorse.

Groups for Fiction Authors

These are groups I’m personally a part of and can confirm are a good source of information.