Novels are hard, Dabble makes it fun
This post originally appeared on Medium.com.
I’m not going to lie. Writing 40,000–140,000 words or more, creating believable characters that people will care about, developing a plot that pulls readers in, all culminating in an emotional payoff at the end is no easy feat. Doing it in your spare time while maintaining a day job? Even harder.
That’s why I’m creating Dabble. A beautiful experience to help you write beautiful experiences. Dabble helps you focus, so that you can stay in-scene as you write. Dabble helps you visualize your story lines, so you can keep track of where your story is going. And Dabble helps you organize your manuscript by chapter and scene, simplifying as much as possible. So that you can craft amazing story.
Become a part of this journey with me. Help me make Dabble the greatest writing tool for novelists. Download the desktop version of Dabble at https://www.dabblewriter.com/ and write your story.
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