Wavemaker Novel Writing
Looking for a suite of tools for writing your book? This is not just a text editor it does so much more. Organise your story using timelines, planning boards and the sn...
What is Wavemaker Novel Writing?
Novel Writing Software Plan & Write your story. The latest version of our software combines all the tools from the "Cards" web app into a solid cohesive tool for planning and writing your novel.
Awesome Snowflake Tool : Grow your story naturally using this great way of writing Cards Planning Board : Quickly document Everything with notecards in all the places to remind you what you want to write Timeline your novel : Easily create a timeline for your novel that you can pop back to whenever you want. Rearrange Simply : Need to move a section around? No problem just drag and drop it where you want it to go!
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I used Scrivener until my Macbook died. I've tried everything, and I mean everything, and if you are looking for an app that allows to write and organize big writing projects, Wavemaker is the best and it's free.
Unlike Scrivener (that I still love and recommend) you can use it virtually in every machine, even your phone.
I love that you can use it offline in your Chromebook, for example. Chromebooks lack really good writing apps and this is the best option, by far. It supports some interesting methods of organizing your novel (like the Snowflake technique) and brainstorming ideas, like mind maps.
Things that I miss? Typewriter sounds when pressing a key :P (sounds silly, but it makes the writing experience so much better) and some kind of automatic backup to Google Drive when you are writing, instead of doing it manually.
I know this last thing it can be dangerous, but...
Anyway, kudos to the creator and thank you for his generosity.
Works on any browser, which implies multi-platform.
I wanted to like this, I really did. But the developer seemingly slapped the web version together, which is already a badly designed UI, and expected it to port to Android perfectly, hint, it did not. SECONDLY, he's INCREDIBLY hostile and immature to any critsisms, I highly doubt he'd actually help anyone, as he seems to think you're just stupid if you can't work with his bad app.
I want to love it but there are too many small glitches on a mobile version: