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Old 09-23-2018, 12:26 PM   #16
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Atomic Scribbler is Pretty Nice

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Have you looked at Atomic Scribbler? I haven't tried it but it seems popular over on the Nanowrimo forum. My initial thoughts on looking at their website is that it seems to be a free alternative to Scrivener.
In terms of functionality combined with simplicity, it pretty much IS Quoll Writer, but with Scenes added, and a prettier, much more usable, UI. The only negative is the developers say not to store your projects in 'The cloud', just the back ups.

I like it very much, but I've got to say Liquid Story Binder has been a HUGE help in assisting me in planning and management of the story itself.

Thanks to all who have made suggestions. But I think I'm done looking around, this is taking WAY too much of my time, I've been lucky to get in 800 words a day in on my story. Time to "Spit, or cut grass", I think.

For the time being, I'm going to continue with Liquid Story Binder. If it does the job I need doing, and runs just fine on my Win10/OneDrive set up. Should I really CARE if it is kinda old and suffers from benign neglect from the developer? WriteWay is every bit as old, and is every bit as neglected, and I haven't seen any advice out on the web to not use it!

If I run into problems, I know I can export my stuff to QW or AS, since I've done it successfully just today. But I think I'm done looking around. Again Thanks!
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