Writting A Book

The above table includes word processors, the tools we use to “write” the book.

However, all authors know there is more to writing a book than just “writing,” so we’ve added book writing software that’s helpful for writing novels, outlining, editing, keeping focused, and formatting below as well.

Our team uses Google Docs for writing our blog posts because it’s the easiest way we’ve found to all work on one document at the same time, add comments, see revisions, and even chat.

(Google spreadsheets can also be a useful tool, especially for outlining) Price: Free Pros/Cons: Access files from anywhere you have the internet Files save automatically Collaborating with others is a breeze Export to .epub, .pdf, or -Simple editor works fine for short writing, but not for long writing Resources: –Check out this video to learn the basics of Google docs.

Scrivener hits #1 on my list of the best novel writing software because you can organize long or complicated content in just about any way imaginable.

The ability to have folders right there at your fingertips for characters, places, research notes, front matter, each chapter, and scene can save tons of hours in your novel writing process.–Using Scrivener can actually be easy if you take this step-by-step course.Ulysses is a simple yet powerful and customizable app for writing.Price: 9.99 or .99/year for one computer (the price is even more for multiple computers)Pros/Cons: What you see is what you get formatting Many book editors prefer Word documents – Difficult to use if you don’t work in a linear fashion – Cumbersome for writing lengthy novels and other books – Must use a separate tool, such as Calibre, for ebook formatting Resources: –Check out this tutorial for formatting a print book with Word.–You can also see in this video how to use Word to format ebooks.The biggest problem for Word it was designed for writing anything–not for writing books. Hence, Word can be tolerable for short writing jobs, however, if you’re really looking for the best writing software, and Word does not measure up to its competitors.I can show you exactly why I don’t recommend Word in this video, which compares Word vs Scrivener.For the economical writers out there looking to step up their game beyond Word, we list the top book writing software that are free here.Google Docs is a web-based application where documents and spreadsheets can be created, edited, and stored online.Below we’ve listed some of the best writing software for creating a book. Scrivener is an incredibly advanced word processor, project manager, and formatting tool all-in-one.It’s many authors’ favorite set of book writing software because of its rich features. Read my complete Scrivener review and watch my Scrivener vs Word video for a detailed, visual comparison.

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