Why LivingWriter is The Best Writing Software in 2021

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Think of LivingWriter not just as the best writing software but as your personal book writing assistant. LivingWriter saves you time with organizing and planning thus more time writing and developing your ideas. How does it do this? Let’s take a quick look: 1. The Quick Reasons The Board: It gives you a hawk’s view of your writing as you intuitively drag and drop to plot and recognize your...

Best Writing App For NaNoWriMo

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From Juice Magazine, Jessica Writes explains how LivingWriter has become the best writing app for NaNoWriMo 2020. What Makes LivingWriter The Best Writing App For NaNoWriMo 2020 If you haven’t already heard, NaNoWriMo is fast approaching. On November 1st at 12:01 am, the thirty-day clock starts for hundreds of thousands of participants. The goal for each participant is to write 50,000 words in...

Why LivingWriter Is The Best Writing App For You

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The Short Answer LivingWriter has the best of what other apps have to offer and takes it to the next level. Our solution scales with the times and more importantly, scales with your needs. The ideas and features for the best writing app ever came from writers just like you, and continue to be molded by writers, just like you. Are you on track to be the next J.K. Rowling? We’d like to think that...

LivingWriter Vs Scrivener Review

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Scrivener Is Outdated There are some major setbacks that you will find in any Scrivener review. This is what sets LivingWriter apart. Scrivener is similar to LivingWriter in terms of features. We both have drag and drop chapters and subchapters, templates, virtual corkboards, dark mode, and chapter notes. But there are some major differences between LivingWriter and Scrivener. The first major...

LivingWriter Vs Storyist Review

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Storyist Misses The Mark Any Storyist review will tell you that it still resembles Microsoft Word circa 2005. Storyist looks a bit more updated than programs like Scrivener and FinalDraft which have very old interfaces, however, they are still missing the mark when it comes to user interface and experience. One of the biggest issues with Storyist is that they tried to capture the market of both...