Aspiring authors and published veterans alike might open up a typical word processor like Google Docs or Microsoft Word to get to work on a novel, but the Edward app is a new piece of software that should be far more appealing to them. The app is specifically designed to harmonize with authors' writing processes, giving them the tools they need to write more efficiently and get through their novel faster and easier.
One of the worst things about starting a novel, so many authors say, is the daunting, sheer white of a blank document. The Edward app can't write a novel on its own, but it comes with several different tools to reduce some of that pre-writing paralysis. These include different panels for chapters, sidebars for planning and outlining, and a fully interactive mini-map to help jump between areas in one's work.
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