Manuskript is an open source tool for those writer who like to organize and plan everything before writing.
The snowflake method can help you grow your idea into a book, by leading you step by step and asking you questions to go deeper.
While writing, keep track of notes about every characters, plot, event, place in your story.
Manuskript uses PyQt5.
- Two modes: one “fiction” mode with all the tools for fiction writers (summary, characters, plot, world/context, etc.), and one “simple” mode, with only the writing tab.
- Grow your premise from one sentence, to a paragraph, to a full summary.
- Create characters.
- Conceive plots.
- Construct outlines (Outline mode and/or Index cards).
- Write with focus (Distraction free mode).
- Build worlds.
- Track items.
- Edit and re-organize chapters and scenes.
- View Story line.
- Compose with fiction or non-fiction templates and writing modes.
- Export to HTML, ePub, OpenDocument, DocX, PDF, and more.
- Spell checker.
- Markdown highlighter.
- Frequency analyzer.
- Automatic save in open and plain text file format.
Support: News, GitHub code repository
Developer: Olivier Keshavjee and contributors
License: GNU General Public License version 3 or (at your option) any later version
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