Many writers struggle with writer’s block, and there are lots of articles about ways to kick-start your muse. But if you’re willing to try something a little more extreme, The Most Dangerous Writing App might work for you. In an article on wired.com, Writer’s Relief learned this new web tool for writers warns that “If you stop typing for more than five seconds, all progress will be lost.” That’s right—if you stop typing, all your work is deleted! The goal is to force you to just write without waiting for inspiration to strike. If you thrive under pressure and deadlines, this app may be for you!
Learn more about The Most Dangerous Writing App here.
Storyometer (helps me organize my characters and ideas. I find it helpful, however it does cost money. About 9$ or so I believe. It gives you prompts and other delightful things)
StorySkeleton (It’s set up like a bunch of cue cards, I use it to write notes and things that pop into my head. I can colour code cards, export ideas, it’s simplistic but I prefer it over the notepad that comes with my iPod. It costs 2.99 I believe.)
I’ve never heard of StorySkeleton, Mary. As someone who loves writing frameworks, I have to check it out!