Find The Best Writing Software Programs

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  1. Matthew Wayne Selznick on February 27th, 2014

    I know that Dragon Naturally Speaking works very well with Word, Word
    Perfect, and other word processors. It’s also designed to integrate with
    the operating system, so theoretically it should do the trick with any
    software program. If you’re curious about a specific program being
    compatible, my best advice is to check on that application’s website.

    Thanks for the comment, and thanks for checking out best writing software
    programs .com!

  2. Alicexandria Anderson on February 27th, 2014

    Do you know what writing software will work with Dragon Naturally Speaking
    Software as my friend is disabled and can not type. Any or all information
    would be appreciated. I will check your site out to see if you have the
    info there.

  3. Matthew Wayne Selznick on February 27th, 2014

    I know that Dragon Naturally Speaking works very well with Word, Word
    Perfect, and other word processors. It’s also designed to integrate with
    the operating system, so theoretically it should do the trick with any
    software program. If you’re curious about a specific program being
    compatible, my best advice is to check on that application’s website.

    Thanks for the comment, and thanks for checking out best writing software
    programs .com!

  4. Retromoviegirl on February 27th, 2014

    I have a question I bought Scribner for my computer because I want to learn
    how to write better but I’m having trouble registering it how do you do
    that because the free frozen run out pretty soon and I need to know how to
    register to they can use it permanently

  5. Matthew Wayne Selznick on February 27th, 2014

    @Retromoviegirl, have you already purchased a license and are having
    trouble entering the registration info? Or do you need a license? If you
    need a license, I’ve placed the link in the Description section on the
    YouTube page for this video (I can’t put a link in a comment.)

  6. Matthew Wayne Selznick on February 27th, 2014

    Thanks! I hope so! I think Best Writing Software Programs can be both
    useful for writers *and* lucrative for me. :-)

  7. Matthew Wayne Selznick on February 27th, 2014

    I blame the screen capture software. My next screencap video will have
    better sound, I promise. Well, I promise to try to have better sound… how
    about that?

  8. Matthew Wayne Selznick on February 27th, 2014

    Only a little.

  9. Matthew Wayne Selznick on February 27th, 2014

    Where are all you people coming from??? (I’m glad you’re here…)

  10. Matthew Wayne Selznick on February 27th, 2014

    That’s the idea, egzon! I hope you like it.

  11. egzon dervishi on February 27th, 2014

    Looks like a good resource for writing software.

  12. Matthew Wayne Selznick on February 27th, 2014

    I’ll be honest, TheEmphasisMusic: the point of Best Writing Software
    Programs is to provide a resource for writers AND earn a little money. So
    there are no free writing software programs listed on the site. However,
    the local writing group search function doesn’t earn me a penny… it’s
    purely there as a service.

  13. Matthew Wayne Selznick on February 27th, 2014

    That’s Gundifai, from my storyworld The Shaper’s World. You can find out
    more at my site.

  14. Matthew Wayne Selznick on February 27th, 2014

    I wish, larsadreano! The service I use to create the local writing group
    links isn’t available outside of the United States, unfortunately. Thanks
    for commenting!

  15. lars adreano on February 27th, 2014

    Is there a way to check for local writing groups outside of the us? People
    write everywhere, you know!

  16. SOUEEUU on February 27th, 2014

    This guy sounds like mushmouth.

  17. Jasper Wolny on February 27th, 2014

    What planet is that????

  18. Liindie on February 27th, 2014

    Wow, I’m so glad I found this. I write for a hobby, normally short stories
    with one main plot going on. Right now, I want to try writing something
    longer. Give myself like a whole year or something to work on it. I always
    get stuck trying not to turn it to a short story. I’ve planned the layout,
    storyboard, plot liner. It has rising actions, climax, falling actions and
    all. But it still was too short. After watching I realized..”yeah, I could
    give more dimension to my character by adding events that made her into her
    present self. but w/o over doing it, that is.” ..Thanks :) 

  19. Catie Kilts on February 27th, 2014

    This actually helped me a lot. I have all of this out and of course it my
    mind, but it can get so messy. I’m finding these at the right time…thank
    you for making them.

  20. roger8654 on February 27th, 2014

    I’m almost done with my first novel, my novel resembles that of hunger
    games format, but different genre.

  21. Matt Brooks on February 27th, 2014

    good tips.

  22. Luna Bear on February 27th, 2014

    Forget the genre and write something raw and you. Write about what you love.

  23. Marco Nauokat on February 27th, 2014

    @Transplanar I love the videos in part because of the delivery – no frills
    and right to the point. Never thought the voice was lacking energy either –
    Your mileage may vary I guess…

  24. joseph ether on February 27th, 2014

    awesome

  25. Deathboy the Suicidal Fry Cook on February 27th, 2014

    I’m having some disillusion right now. Every time I sit down, I end up in
    this funk. Feeling like I’m either: becoming a one trick pony, shilling out
    the same tone and style; or I’m going through the motions in tried and
    true, but really boring plots. Plots that are pretty much cliche. I’m a fan
    old noire and I can’t find a way to evoke that spirit without following the
    trends. Do you have any ideas or exercises on jogging that inspiration when
    you feel stale?

  26. Cy Porter on February 27th, 2014

    What I would do is search for alternatives. Brain storm for ten minutes
    every time you write, brainstorm about: other places in the fictional world
    you are creating, characters that haven’t appeared in your stories before,
    events that you haven’t put in a story before. You may have a good idea of
    what the fictional world is like but explore further. Imagine yourself as
    an explorer of that fictional world. Write down what ever ideas you come up
    with before you judge them. Best of luck.

  27. rosfos423 on February 27th, 2014

    Thanks a lot for sharing these videos. Great information! I will definitely
    use these great tips!

  28. Audrey Hatfield on February 27th, 2014

    Good tips, I am definitely going to use your videos to help write my first
    novel!

  29. Deathboy the Suicidal Fry Cook on February 27th, 2014

    Funny thing, since I posted on here and before I opened my messages that’s
    exactly what I’ve been doing. Result: something I’m far happier with.
    Thanks for posting, man.

  30. Cy Porter on February 27th, 2014

    Great suggestion, I will certainly make a video about this!

  31. Mike McGarry on February 27th, 2014

    Hi, what do you think on the “discovery” writer? vs the “architect” (a
    planner!) – Shouldn’t the discovery writer find this “along the way”..
    etc., King in his book (on writing) says that his characters make all his
    decisions. But I imagine he must have some rudimentary plans! What do you
    say? Could you do a video on these differences on discover vs archiects
    writer? Cheers for Info !!!

  32. Transplanar on February 27th, 2014

    I’m intrigued by your videos, but I think your presentation needs a little
    work. When you talk it’s like you just rolled out of bed and it just seems
    really monotone and dry. This one seems a little better than your other
    ones, but I don’t think it would hurt to be a little more lively in the
    future. Just a suggestion.

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