In First Draft v22.214.171.124, you might notice a small delay between the time you select an article type from the Content Options menu and the time the software generates what you've selected. That's because the software now loads new and relevant phrases based on your selection.Read more »
Fortunately, First Draft provides over ten different ways to customize and personalize its content's default style so that it emulates the personal writing style of its users. Here's what will train First Draft to "write" the way that you do.Read more »
A fictional story, whether it's long or short, is supposed to be something that influences our own views in life. It's supposed to expose us to new perspectives, introduce us to new lifestyles, and bring us into experiences that we may never have, but still enjoy as a silent bystander. And it's supposed to do those things in such a way that upon reading a story, we feel as though we've mentally transported to another time and place, made new friends or enemies, and perhaps become a bit wiser from it all.
Such a feat requires not only sufficient writing skill, but also an imagination that can build worlds and lure readers with every juicy detail. It's called, "story painting" or "painting with words." And let me tell you, it ain't easy, especially for non-fiction writers like myself.
First Draft is a formidable resource that satisfies several, individual needs in writing among many different factors. Whether you're looking for a higher standard of proficiency or an instrumental performance, it starts a plan of action and delivers the simplest and most efficient way to open up other prospects. First Draft is a chief source of productivity, reliability, and efficiency in a simple, clear-cut manner.
Here are six advantageous reasons to use it.Read more »