In this overview video I introduce the concept behind StoryWeaver and explore its key features. Read my additional text below the video for more details…
When I created the first version of StoryWeaver way back in 2001, I had no idea it would fill such a creative niche for writers. Yet all these years later, it is still the number one best-seller on my store for writers, beating out every other program, tool, or informational product by a landslide.
So why is StoryWeaver still so popular? I believe there are two reasons:
First, StoryWeaver was designed with a Step By Step approach to story development. You begin with your initial inspiration, then gradually make it richer and more detailed, one step at a time.
Second, StoryWeaver automatically quotes the text you wrote in earlier steps so you can fold that into the current step. In this way, you always have a real story from the very first step, and it just gets deeper and more complete with each mini-revision you make, step by step.
There are more than 200 steps in StoryWeaver. There need to be in order to give your story the shading and nuance you’d like it to have. You build and grow your characters, chart and explore your plot, focus and support your message, and expand your genre until your story develops its own unique personality.
As you might imagine, I could go on and on about each individual step, why it is there, what it does for your story, and what it does for your Muse. But that’s just because I honest to gosh think this program is so useful, I get a little gung-ho about sharing it.
I’ve gotten two kinds of emails from users over the years: Those who practically worship StoryWeaver and those who call it everything from “simplistic” to “overly complex.” This always leaves me with a head tilt: how can it be both too simple and too complex?
The answer, of course, is that it is one thing to one writer and something else to another. Each writer has his or her own style, though we all follow the same basic progression. StoryWeaver (or any writing software for that matter) can’t be right for everyone, by definition.
So, I’d like to suggest you try StoryWeaver and see if it works for you – especially since we have a 90 day money back guarantee. All you might lose is a little of your time, but what you might gain is a really useful tool that can open creative doorways, organize your inspirations, and lead you step by step to finishing your novel, screenplay or stage play.
You can get more details and/or purchase StoryWeaver HERE.