Novel Writing AppNew writing application
Novellist - Writing your Novel
Already more than 30-k writers are writing their next novel! Novellist is the application that will help you write your books. We' d like to give you the best tool to design, sketch, organise and plan your storylines. lots are like a plotter when you display all the items in your history.
Elements can be processed, shifted, merged, split, rearranged and removed. They can even place a state, take memos and text, or include tag, meta data and images to each of them. Fully customisable catagories, as well as meta data and states. Outlining is when you put all the elements together to create composing sequences.
Every scenery is a part of your history and can be commented or posted directly in our app! Organizing is when you are structuring your sequences into files, parts, sections and so on. When you download Novellist, you agree to our general conditions and data protection guidelines, which are available here: http://www.returntrue.it/novelist.htm .
Which is the best app for writing fiction?
Word. It' that part of your mind that wants to tell a tale! Usually I use Word and copy what I did that particular tag into Scrivener for security. As the other man said, it's also good for reordering, and I don't always spell my tales linear.
I' ll be in section 2, but I have a fundamental concept of where the storyline should end in my head, so all of a sudden I have a BIG concept for, say, the central celebration scenery that changes a character's lives, and I'must' type it right away! This is good for me, because now all my "snippets" are no longer stored in one single file with the label "Writing".
Crap, if I'm out there somewhere and there's no Wi-Fi, I use this pin, which is always down in my personality, to type for the shops where I still have to make a bill. Well, genuine talk: Do you have tales that you can't get out of your mind, or did you just decide, "I want to be a writer"?
It' all right, whatever you do. If you never think of anything to say about, you might be better off looking at other things you like to do.