Just remember to close and reopen any apps that were open before the fonts were installed; I know it's obvious to some people but others might complain if they don't see the fonts available for use right away :-)
A lot of people have asked me what software I use for writing. I use a mix of tools, because I like to try apps to recommend to others. However, my favorite would have to be Scrivener, which is supported by looking around and seeing many other authors vouching for the same app.
Plus, there's a 20% discount on the app as well, making it not only affordable, but a must-have. You don't even have to use it to write a book...a lot of people, myself included, use the app for outlining blog posts, keeping a journal, and many other ways.
The author uses Scrivener, along with Evernote, for blogging while formatting using Markdown. It's an extensive (read: long) article about their workflow, but some here might find it useful, particularly since the author uses the Windows version of Scrivener.
For Mac users, I would offer a modification for previewing Markdown written in Scrivener. Brett Terpstra's app Marked 2 (http://marked2app.com/) can display Markdown from within Scrivener projects--no need to export files.
Plus it gives me an excuse to have my tablet out during meetings. ;-)
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I've been fascinated with writing ever since I took part in a writing project in junior high school, and I enjoy writing random things. Nothing has really ever been made public but I hope to change that in the future. My inspiration for writing is Edgar Allan Poe, as I've been a fan of his works since I first read The Raven in 5th grade.
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