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#1 TheDR

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Posted 06 October 2015 - 18:43

I told General that I'd link some writing software I've use, so here it is!

This thread will one day become a list but at the moment it contains just one (although, it's probably all you need for now).

Scrivener (Win/Mac) $40 - 30 Day Free Trial


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It's an amazing program that is described as a virtual binder. It keeps a collection of separate files and allows for easy editing, backup and organisation. It's excellent for writing long form projects with many sections/chapters.

I've been using it for a few years now and it's kept me focused. I wouldn't of written 60k words without it.

You can grab a 30 day free trial that only runs out when you have the program open. it's great for letting you get to know the basics to see if it fits your work flow.

*More to come*
(If anyone else has any other suggestions, post em').
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#2 General

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Posted 06 October 2015 - 19:38

Funny how this didn't show up on suggestions when i searched it on Google. Installed it, since i am not familiar with these programs i can't compare but at first glance i like the way it is. Don't know, For me UI is very important in a software, has to be as simple as possible, where you will not get lost while trying to figure things out. And it is simple yet effective :D

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