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Have you ever googled “the best book-writing software”? There is one problem when using Google to find a book-writing app that best suits your needs. There are simply too many choices out there. Let’s say you are looking for software that helps you overcome writer’s block. If you google it, you’re likely to get 10 million search results, and each page covers ten or more Have you ever googled “the best book-writing software”? There is one problem when using Google to find a book-writing app that best suits your needs. There are simply too many choices out there. Let’s say you are looking for software that helps you overcome writer’s block. If you google it, you’re likely to get 10 million search results, and each page covers ten or more software. How do you decide if any of the software listed is the right one for you? The best thing to do would be to try each of them to find out, but who has the time to do that? Even reading the description of each program takes too much time. And the problem doesn’t stop there. There are several categories of apps for each stage of the book writing process. I’m, of course, talking about software for finding book ideas, outlining, doing research, writing drafts, and so on. Looking for the best tool for each category takes up a lot of time and energy. But you want to spend that time and energy on writing your book rather than getting lost in the quest for the right tool. I wrote this book to address this difficulty and help you find the right program for you. I have been running a blog called “Book-Writing Software” ever since 2011. For the past nine years, I have tried and reviewed hundreds of book-writing apps. Even when I wasn’t reviewing apps, I kept test-driving new programs that looked promising. This experience of constantly testing book-writing apps gave me an idea of which software is a useful tool and which one is just a passing fad. I narrowed down my experience into the top 20 programs. These programs are the best tool for each stage of the book writing process, such as: Finding promising book ideas Creating a coherent and effective outline Doing research and saving the results Writing a well-structured draft Removing distraction and overcoming the writer’s block Working on the same draft on different devices to ensure writing on the go Editing the draft without spending money Publishing the book on Amazon The value of this book is not just about what’s inside. I had to filter out two or three times more software than those covered in the book because they were simply not good enough. Also, I excluded several programs that became outdated but still show up in search results. This book is not meant to be a manual. However, I focused on the best feature of each software and provide a brief explanation of how to use the core features so that you can use the software right away. In a nutshell, by reading this book, you can check out the best software that is currently available for writing a non-fiction book.


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Have you ever googled “the best book-writing software”? There is one problem when using Google to find a book-writing app that best suits your needs. There are simply too many choices out there. Let’s say you are looking for software that helps you overcome writer’s block. If you google it, you’re likely to get 10 million search results, and each page covers ten or more Have you ever googled “the best book-writing software”? There is one problem when using Google to find a book-writing app that best suits your needs. There are simply too many choices out there. Let’s say you are looking for software that helps you overcome writer’s block. If you google it, you’re likely to get 10 million search results, and each page covers ten or more software. How do you decide if any of the software listed is the right one for you? The best thing to do would be to try each of them to find out, but who has the time to do that? Even reading the description of each program takes too much time. And the problem doesn’t stop there. There are several categories of apps for each stage of the book writing process. I’m, of course, talking about software for finding book ideas, outlining, doing research, writing drafts, and so on. Looking for the best tool for each category takes up a lot of time and energy. But you want to spend that time and energy on writing your book rather than getting lost in the quest for the right tool. I wrote this book to address this difficulty and help you find the right program for you. I have been running a blog called “Book-Writing Software” ever since 2011. For the past nine years, I have tried and reviewed hundreds of book-writing apps. Even when I wasn’t reviewing apps, I kept test-driving new programs that looked promising. This experience of constantly testing book-writing apps gave me an idea of which software is a useful tool and which one is just a passing fad. I narrowed down my experience into the top 20 programs. These programs are the best tool for each stage of the book writing process, such as: Finding promising book ideas Creating a coherent and effective outline Doing research and saving the results Writing a well-structured draft Removing distraction and overcoming the writer’s block Working on the same draft on different devices to ensure writing on the go Editing the draft without spending money Publishing the book on Amazon The value of this book is not just about what’s inside. I had to filter out two or three times more software than those covered in the book because they were simply not good enough. Also, I excluded several programs that became outdated but still show up in search results. This book is not meant to be a manual. However, I focused on the best feature of each software and provide a brief explanation of how to use the core features so that you can use the software right away. In a nutshell, by reading this book, you can check out the best software that is currently available for writing a non-fiction book.

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