Those who bought the beta version can log into the store and download their copy now. It’s now on sale, too. And official beta testers will get their copies via e-mail in a few minutes.
If you find mistakes in this version (there are new parts the beta testers didn’t get), please let me know what and where, and I’ll fix them. If you’ve purchased a copy, you can always download upgrade versions from the store for free.
Thanks. Hope you enjoy the book.
Yes, yWriter is also an excellent tool — with the added beauty of being completely free and created and maintained by Simon Hayes, the author of the wonderful, humorous SF series, Hal Spacejock. Definitely check it out.
I too downloaded the trial of Liquid Story Binder, and was impressed with what I could see. However, being a poor student, I decided that it would probably make a great tool for … later 🙂
And then a friend of mine mentioned yWriter. It’s completely free, designed by an author, and does most of the basic functions of LSB. I’m absolutely loving it!!
If anyone’s interested you can download it from: http://www.spacejock.com/yWriter.html
I downloaded the trial of Liquid Story Binder tonight. Ooo la la! No fancy cork board (nice timelining piece though — I have a use for that!), but I’ve never been good with 3×5 cards anyway. I played with the outliner, and imported a draft I’d begun working on. I’m not sure how the formatting will work yet, but I started playing with it. I”m impressed so far.
I had downloaded the Writer’s Cafe trial, but the only thing I was using was the card game. After installing LSB, I deleted the Writer’s Cafe.
Before anyone mails errors, make sure you have the latest version. I got the Character/Plot error already. Latest version is 375_lisle-plot-clinic-v01a.pdf
If you have that version and find errors, I would definitely be grateful for any errata sheets you wanted to mail my way.
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On page one (numerical one, not the first page) it says Create a /Character/ Clinic, not /Plot/. I’ve noticed a couple of typos too – are you interested, and if so, do I just post here, or would you prefer an email?
Thank you so much, Holly! I’ve already used the Cards Tool and got some great stuff out of it. I wrote up some details on my blog for anyone who’s interested. And that’s just one tool!
Yippee! Thx so much Holly! I’ve got a couple of ideas that I can flesh out with this!
Hope it sells a million!
I can’t wait to get hold of it! Do you know when you’ll have it up on Lulu? I’m not particularly fond of working from the screen, so I’m hoping it’ll be soon.
I am looking forward to working through the book – I got started on it via the beta copy, had to go off on a business trip so I didn’t get very far. I’m kind of glad that happened since your finished copy is ready so quickly.
That would have been by accident. Let me know if you find anything else, and I’ll put together an upgrade late next week that everyone can download.
I am reading through the plot clinic now and so far I like it a lot! I noticed something a little odd though… On page 36 you have no “Cons” listed for the Timeline structure. Not sure if this is on purpose or an accident, but I just wanted to bring it to your attention.
I got mine. Thank you! Going away for a couple of weeks, but when I get back the Plot Clinic, my plot, my muse and I have a date for a tete-a-tete. Thanks to you I have some ammo to point the recalcitrant little chippy, bwhahahaha!
Truly this is awesome! You’ve out done yourself.
Hugs and gratitude,
@Tyson: Of course these will be buyable books like the other clinics. Now, after downloading the final version of the plot clinic I am looking forward to the world clinic, but the titles of the other books sound quite promising, too. At this price they are real bargains, I couldn’t think of a better way to spend some bucks.
Holly, not meaning to be rude or intrusive but;
You have listed a total of 7 ‘titles’ that will be cooming soon to your website. Will these be buyable E-books jsut like the four other OneMoreWord books, or will they be clinics available for free on your website.
Oh, if I weren’t saving up for a Mac right now I would SO buy this! I’ll definitely put it on my “must buy” list.
I have got just one question, are there any free printable tarot cards that can be used for writing?
Thank you, Holly!
WE LOVE YOU HOLLY!!!!
Two words: Woo & Hoo! Can’t wait to download. 🙂
Yeah! It just finished downloading!
yay! finally! i just picked it up and am so excited!