Another one? Yes, there must be about fifteen million different software adds to write novels. Check out Super Note Card.

While this might help me learn to use actual note cards, I find it’s difficult to replace the feel of paper note cards. I don’t use them often, or very well, but I want to. Does that count?

I use my computer to do most of my notes, but I’m still learning to organize my thoughts better for my projects. I think I’ll write a book about how not to write a novel – but only because I seem to know more about that than how to do it the ‘proper’ way. Still, if it works for me…

4 thoughts on “Software

  1. Thanks, I’ll check it out.
    Can you recommend me any other writing program, one that’s easy to use… I’ve been using Word for about…my whole life… :), so I want to know if there’s any other nice and easy software out there.
    Take care,

  2. yWriter is fabulous. I had checked it out a while back and wasn’t happy with it, but it seems like they’ve made it much simpler to use in it’s current version. That’s what I’m using and I really do love it thus far.

    Liquid Story Binder XE is pretty good. If I had a Mac, I would use Scrivener, hands down.

  3. Interesting. The only time I really used real note cards was in public speaking. Glad I don’t have to do that often.

  4. I need to learn to use notes better. Usually, I end up with a page of scribbles that I can barely decipher and have to go through pages of manuscript to find what I am talking about anyway. 😦

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