Liquid Story Binder
Software for Writing.
Aspiring and accomplished writers alike know that disorganized thoughts can be a maddening hindrance to creativity. Especially when all of those disorganized thoughts are spread across a maelstrom of notebooks, Word files, post-it's, emails, magazine margins, storyboard sketches, and whatever else.
Liquid Story Binder is designed for authors, poets, writers, novelists, anyone writing a book or anything at all really! No matter what your ability level, Liquid Story Binder is the ideal program for writing, and will provide you with all the tools you need to create, outline, organize, timeline, revise, storyboard, conceive, diagram, and format your work.
It even includes a built-in audio recorder in case you want to listen to the pacing and phrasing of a particular section, paragraph, or sentence!
Liquid Story Binder is completely customizable. Choose a color scheme that suits you, save window positions and open files, create workspaces, open dozens of windows simultaneously or just a simple textbox centered in the screen... it's up to you, your comfort zone, and your writing style!
Can't remember where you wrote that important paragraph? A Universal Search feature makes finding it a snap. Search every Chapter, Note, Builder, Timeline, Storyboard, Outline, Dossier, Sequence and Backup for a single lost word or phrase. Plus, the Repetition Visualizer helps you to find and weed out repetitive words and phrases, at-a-glance!
Extremely adaptable, Liquid Story Binder utilizes common TXT, RTF, and ZIP file formats, guaranteeing future access. It can be stored and executed off of a portable USB drive, and automatically creates an easy-to-access backup file with an entry for each day's changes. Liquid Story Binder is the ultimate software for writing.
- Mindmaps: Link ideas together using lines and text.
- Full Screen Editing: Even though Liquid Story Binder is packed with
features, sometimes less is more.
- A Typewriter for Your PC: The ultimate tool for distraction-free writing.
Review Written by Roger Thomasson