Programs to Help Organize your Book

Love this list! Figured I’d share it on chance it gets to a few more people.

dreampunk geek

Last week my friend Dar spent a good deal of time showing me some great writing programs she has used in the past to organize her books. Here is what I learned:

yWriter: A free program which is available to help you organize your book and then write it. It gives an easy interface that has all your relevant book info available at your fingertips. Character profiles, locations, a list of items. On top of that it breaks your book down into chapters, and then scenes. You actually write your book in the program instead of a word processor and it helps you stay organized with what you have entered in. I am using this tool to organize my NaNo book.

Sample Screenshots of the program.

WriteItNow: This one isn’t free. I’m not purchasing it because it has the same functionality as yWriter, but Dar did highly recommend it. It…

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