First Draft™ Fiction and Non-Fiction Content Generator

 Over a MILLION unique articles inside!  Cure writer's block and increase writing speed with First Draft, a contextual, content generation tool with over 5,000 sentence prompts and over 15,000 common phrases. First Draft is appropriate for online freelance writers, content providers, bloggers, and everyone else who struggles with a sudden loss of words. The software generates comprehensible articles of any size in mere seconds with keyword support, template editing, an automated spelling and grammar corrector, a word requirements - pricing - and earnings meter, and more.

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First Draft 3.14 Press Release
Thursday, September 29, 2016

New Material, New Genres, and New Tools

Just Outsourcing continues to accentuate a marked advantage in writing through its Windows-based software product, "First Draft." Through First Draft, the company provides individuals of any background with the opportunity to quickly generate not only non-fiction and fiction material, but also the many sub-genres that follow.

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New Phrases in First Draft
Friday, July 15, 2016

In First Draft v3.11.5.7, 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.

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Math, Maps, Charts, and Graphs in First Draft
Thursday, July 7, 2016

First Draft's main focus is on textual content generation; however, because some clients request (or require) supplemental graphs alongside the text that they've commissioned, the software also generates a few visual treats such as tables and graphs. The previous imagery in the software was, admittedly, a bit dull, as it was created with plain ol' ASCII code. That meant no colors, no shading, and no fancy formatting.

Today, First Draft not only generates the same tables and graphs (plus a few more), it additionally generates typographical math equations. And there's nothing to download to access them. Read more »

Train First Draft to Write Like You
Monday, July 4, 2016

One of the main goals of First Draft is to quicken the writing process with quality pre-written drafts. All of its generated material is built with Standard English, proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling. As a result, its output sports a style that appeals to the masses. But while that style may be appropriate for most types of writing, it may not accurately reflect the style of every user. Some writers, for example, prefer to write in a vernacular style or a style that requires industry-specific jargon that isn't included in the software.

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.

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Story Painting, a Fine Balance, and a New Threshold
Thursday, May 5, 2016

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.

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