This article is part of a series on going iPad-only.
As a writer, the iPad is already my perfect computer.
As a novelist who self-publishes, though, there have always been a number of limitations on which parts of my job I can do solely on this device — but things have changed. As various third-party iPad apps have become available (and evolved), and as iPadOS itself has progressed to give a more desktop-level web experience in particular, there’s now very little that an iPad is locked out of.
For the first time, I can now create and publish novels — in both ebook and paperback formats — entirely on the iPad, from start to finish. And to prove it, I did just that.