Again: no bit of book writing software is planning to write your book for you. You write your book, it might be an excuse to avoid doing the hard work of writing if you’re looking for the next “shiny new toy” to help.
A lot of us learned simple tips to use computers by making use of Microsoft Word, or a scheduled program like it. Word gets the working job done. Sure, Scrivener is just a little better for books, but I wrote my book that is first on also it’s fine.
I wrote a long report about the advantages and cons of employing Word to create books—the main problem is that as the document grows, it becomes more and much more difficult to make use of, whereas with Scrivener, it becomes easier—but the overriding point is, if Word is really what you have, don’t let that stop you against finishing your book. Continue reading “Every professional has a set of tools at their disposal.”