As a writer, I’m constantly looking for new ways to write, along with new software that can help aid me in planning and sculpting a novel, and with all of the different things I’ve tried over the years, Quoll Writer has never failed me.
For me, Quoll Writer is the perfect second draft machine. Mainly because it contains space for you to include any details you may need while writing, including location names, characters and any items that may be important to your story. This means that you can search for anything you need an insert it into the story quickly and efficiently, as well as being able to link anything that needs to be linked.
Say, for example, J. K. Rowling was using this to write Harry Potter, and she needed to know where the transfiguration classroom was. She could simple search transfiguration, and if she had imputed the information and linked it all, she’d see it would be linked to the first floor of Hogwarts Castle.
As well as this, it also comes with achievements which, if you’re into that kind of thing, can inspire you to write. There are achievements for word counts, characters added, chapters added, as well as a myriad of other things that can motivate you to continue if you’re feeling a little depleted when it comes to writing. Plus, there’s very little that can beat being told that you’re actually doing something, especially in this line of work.
There’s also writing exercises you can do which involve prompts to help you get into the writing mood, which get a little tiresome after you get into the swing of a novel, but if you’re starting out there’s nothing better to get your imagination and inspiration flowing.
There’s also a ton of stuff I haven’t even tried out yet. There’s an editing service where you can get a random person to edit your work in exchange for you editing theirs, and probably a lot of things I’ve forgotten to mention.
Nothing really beats it for me. I’ve tried a million other things, but Quoll writer is the one I’ve stuck with. Plus, it comes with a really cool typewriter effect which, if you’re like me, is the ultimate selling point.