Getting Your Words Out of Your Head and into Print
This Work Flow is aimed at all those that wish to adopt the Ninjaapproach to writing a book. The essential tools, the appropriateoutﬁts and the all important facial postures are included to helpget your initial idea out of your head and down into print,whether that be for a ﬁnal digital or paper product.This Workﬂow takes you through how I got my initial scribblestogether and shaped them into the two versions of the book yousee above :
Manual Of Bean Curd Boxing
is now available globally via the net asan ePub (Digital), POD (Print on Demand) paperback, and accompanied by an assortmentof free PDF documents and videos.The whole process was achieved, using a laptop, an iphone and at the last stage an iPad.Some people have asked how important were these devices, and my answer is that theyare all simply tools that I was lucky enough to have at my disposal, neither better norworse than any others that you will have. None were indispensable, everything could havebeen done more or less on any other device, only these were the ones I chose to use.Hence the apps I suggest are for the aforementioned devices. Android users may verylikely ﬁnd the same of equivalent in their Market Place.
Why an iPhone?
The phone serves as my swiss army knife: it was, and still functions as a dumping groundfor ideas wherever I am, from typing notes into a comprehensive todo list, capturingimages on the camera, sketching a picture, or simply recording thoughts from my headwhilst out and about using the microphone. How often did I ﬁnd myself walking the dog,queuing for the green peppers or sitting in a trafﬁc queue and suddenly be hit by a radicalnew twist for the book! Two seconds later it was recorded as a voice memo on the phonefor later extraction and placement in my todo schedule. They say that any photo is only asgood as the camera you have on you, and the same could be said about the capturing andordering of ideas. It was faithfully always there when I needed it. As a creative input deviceit is obviously limited to the small screen and even smaller touch screen keyboard. But this