"My default place to write: dump ideas, move to structure, flesh em out, rearrange, edit, export."
"Very cool web tool for structuring prose. Got me through the third act of the last novel..."
"It took away so much of my writing anxiety that it got me through from undergrad to a Ph.D. now."
Whether it's a novel, a thesis, or a legal brief,
the only way to make progress is to:
With Gingko Writer this is automatic, because you are always writing in small chunks called "cards".
This allows you to tackle larger projects without overwhelm.
You may be writing the overall premise, and suddenly get an idea for a specific scene.
Jumping around like this is a problem with traditional writing tools. But with Gingko Writer, the big picture, the details, and everything in between, are always in easy reach.
This simple change makes a profound impact. Because now you can simply write exactly what you are thinking, as you're thinking it.
There's no hard line between "writing" and "organizing" in Gingko Writer.
And why should there be?
When organizing, it's important to see what you're organizing.
And when writing, you need to see where you are, and where you're going.
This freedom to write and organize at will means you can untangle your thoughts as you write them.
They say a writing project is never finished, only abandoned.
But there is one milestone that stands above the rest: the First Draft.
Getting there is the point of Gingko Writer, and it's made easier by the unique way it allows you to work. But that doesn't mean your writing needs to stay inside Gingko Writer.
Once you are happy with your draft, you can export in two clicks to a variety of traditional formats.