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Do you use an app to write a book?

Do you need extra help when you are writing? I’m not talking about just checking the spelling or some punctuation errors, I’m talking about a full-scale word processor. Here are some apps

  1. LivingWriter: You can start your book, plot, write, organize and export it for publishing all in one place. LivingWriter is completely cloud-based.

  2. Final Draft: For over 25 years Final Draft has been the industry standard and market leader in screenwriting software. Used by 95% of film and television productions. It has formatting tools specific to screenwriting. it has more features than the other writing software

  3. Storyist: Storyist provides a full suite of writing tools to take you from initial planning to a finished manuscript, book, or screenplay. It auto-suggests dialogue, scene introductions, locations, times, character names, and transitions Virtual index cards for each scene

  4. Scrivener: Is one of the biggest writing apps out there right now. It works for all kinds of writing, from something as small as an email; to a full-on screenplay or novel.

Let us know if you have tried any writing app or if you use a writing app now.

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