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Programs to organize writing ideas and stories

  • Avatar of Dave Johnson

    Have just pimped out this software to my cousin who is writing at the moment and will be using it myself when I get the opportunity to sit and write (in approx 2 years timewhen I quit my job)

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    Avatar of Kate Cheevers

    Tongue out

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    Avatar of Jason Banks

    Now who say all of nerds and geeks who sit an read until we looks grip with reality and start personalizing the things we read into our everyday lives dont have social connectablity with other people, i mean look at all the feed back on here…and who would do this just for crack hits hmmm….wait i am reposting into my own thread with no viable info to put….whoops Foot in mouth

    Avatar of Kate Cheevers

    If you’re looking to be helpful and you were going to say yWriter, then don’t post. If you’re just looking for extra crack hits – comment anyway and don’t apologize for it! Like this:

    I recommend yWriter! I started using it a few months ago and it’s great! Tongue out

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    Avatar of Andrew Morton

    everyone already said yWriter. I guess I have no imput now… thanks guys… I didn’t want to help anyways… I’m gonna go cry like an emo kid… no, I won’t. I take that back. Know why Emo kids make good drywall? they cut and hang themselves! ha! and theres my imput!

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    Avatar of BigJohn

    On the spacejock.com website for yWriter there is an excellent youtube video tutorial that covers the main features. I highly recommend watching it. It’s only about 8 minutes or so, but does a great job of showing you how to use the software.

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    Avatar of James Keeling

    yWriter here as well.

    hhhmmm… SynapticJam on Toast – hhhmmm… tastes like chicken (aka PUVJK) #2 or 3 in crack hits (Special? Ain’t I just) Multiple S.H.I.T. Award Recipient! Double Dipper and Triple Threat! All-around uberjunkie!

    Avatar of Jason Banks

    Thanks for the swift replies guys and i will be sure to check them out

    Avatar of BigJohn

    I used yWriter and it really does a fine job. I’ve since started using Scrivener on my mac, but I liked yWriter’s feature set, and you can’t beat the price.

    For additional resources, you can check out this thread as well: http://www.scottsigler.com/node/3747

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    Avatar of Gmork

    You may want to check out the software called yWriter. It’s Windows friendly and best of all, it’s free. I’ve used it and it’s done the trick for me.
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    Avatar of Jason Banks

    Hi I was just posting to see if any one had any info on good writing programs for windows i know scott posted about one for mac but sadly i am not a member of the mac family as of yet though that time in my minimal if not non existant writing career is veyr far away lol. So if anyone out there has any choice programs just drop me aline or add to the topic thanks for reading these lines of my rambling hope to read some of you all’s soon.

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