There are hundreds of software that targets for writers. Also, there are some that require a fee to use. There are others that are free and here are the three choices to consider:
1. The Reedsy Book Editor
The writer who uses this will able to monitor any changes that were made, create outlines if needed, and changes themes like in classic mode or romance mode. Exporting files will be a breeze as well. In addition, The Reedsy Book Editor is free and easy to use. Other key roles that the The Reedsy Book Editor other key features are: formatting the book on how the user wants it, ebook capability, can be published, and offers other professional collaborations. The Reedsy Book Editor offers ready to use templates, and some of the templates have amazing designs or the user can create a new one. When the user is ready to start typing, the user can apply the breaks like in between chapters, pictures, book cover, and etc. Also, the user can choose from distributors like EPUB or keep it in PDF file.
The FastPencil is a little different from the other choices because FastPencil offers a free account or a payment account to the users. Also, FastPencil can’t be downloaded and works better with WiFi. Users who decide to choose FastPencil can simply drag-and-drop what he or she writes, have several layouts to choose from, and etc. The FastPencil allow users to collaborate with others through invitations method and messages with them as well. When working with others, each individual will able to view which, given tasks are assigned to. Once completed, each person on the team can also view who finished and who still in progress. When everything is completed, it will need to be switched to EPUB format or anything similar to it before it can be uploaded to major companies like Amazon, Ingram, Barnes and Noble, and other competitors.
The yWriter is free to use and offers to monitor work schedule, and has a storyboard view. The reason the yWriter has storyboard view because it separates each writing section into scenes. Users can create headlines so he or she won’t get confused and it will easier to track down faster. The yWriter will have a toolbar to monitor the characters the writer creates, places other information in other tabs, and etc. The yWriter is made for users who works at a slower pace, or for users who need constant reminders. The yWriter will give a “progress report” to show how much is completed and show what else needs to get done.
Any writer can choose either of these three options. He or she will pick one that is the best fit or can choose all of them and use each of the software for different tasks.
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