Note: This post was originally published here.
Evernote is a useful and flexible tool for anyone, especially writers– technical or otherwise. You can use Evernote to record your research, outline your writing, hammer out drafts, collect links and citations, manage your tasks, and more.
It can be a bit challenging to get up and running with Evernote. And, if you’re like me, you sometimes overthink things and that makes the process of working with a tool like Evernote a bit more difficult. A good guide, in the form of a good book, can help.
For the longest time, there was a dearth of books in English about Evernote, even though there seemed to have been a cottage industry of books about Evernote in Japan. That’s changed. There are a number of titles in English about Evernote. Some are good, some not so.
Here’s a quick look at three of the better books (in English) about Evernote that are on the market.