This is one of the topics I'm often asked to write on: How do I overcome the fear of sharing my writing, of putting it out there in public? I've touched on this topic slightly in some of my other posts (especially this one) but today I'm going to tackle this head-on and possibly with... Continue Reading →
The Novel Factory is not free. It costs $39.99 (the license includes use on unlimited personal computers). However, they do offer a Free Trial that allows full use of the application. This trial even allows for full export of your work into another program in case you decide not to purchase the program once the trial ends. Because of the full-access free trial, and also because I found this program so useful, I've decided to include it in this series.
Welcome to Part 3 of my "Free Writing Software Review" series. (This series is a complement to my earlier post, "Free Scrivener Alternatives".) Without further ado... The topic of today's review is...Manuskript! Let me start by saying that Manuskript was not the easiest program to install. It came as a zip file download, and I ran... Continue Reading →