Free Software: Writers Project Organizer

on December 23, 2007 in Writers' Resources

If you need help keeping your work organized as a writer, you may be interested in this free software: Writer's Project Organizer.

According to the creator, the project organizer will allow you to "organize your writing projects, from manuscripts, to characters to overdue submissions--ideal for novels, works of nonfiction, short stories and screenplays, from first draft to polished product."

If you give it a try, let us know what you think!

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  1. Diana December 23, 2007 Reply

    I haven’t tried The Literary Machine, but I’ve used this one. It takes some getting used to, especially because there are so many windows and options that it’s easy to forget where you saved something the last time you were there. If you’re working on a complicated project or have lots of lose notes, this can be a lifesaver. I still prefer paper, but sometimes a program like this one can be great.

  2. Jessica Mousseau December 26, 2007 Reply

    Downloaded — and going to try this out — will post a review in a few weeks.

  3. Jennifer Mattern December 27, 2007 Reply

    I’m a paper type myself Diana, so this is one I probably won’t use. Thanks for the feedback though. I’m sure it’s a great resource for others. 🙂

  4. Diana December 31, 2007 Reply

    No problem. Since we have that in common, I wonder if you can ever do a post on handling paperwork? Maybe share some Excel forms you use, sample pages and things like that? Or points to a good resource where we can find that type of thing? I’ve changed systems a few times, which probably means I still haven’t found the perfect one for me, so if you have any suggestions or run across something useful, I’d appreciate the heads up 🙂

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