I had Storymill sitting on my hard drive for the longest time and have only recentely started using it properly, the reason being, I couldn’t figure out how to keep notes and things relating to characters and whatnot. I first started using writing software with Storyist, which was easier on the eyes and came with some pre-made templates for characters and locations.
Storyist, however, was unstable and lacking in many of the features I needed. So I switched. So far, Storymill is doing the job very well. It has full-screen support, and with a few tweaks to the snowflake method template, I’ve managed to build myself a pretty much fool-proof starter pack.
When I get my ass back home, I’ll empty out what I’ve written so far in one of my projects and upload an empty template which you guys can use to get started. I intend to try my hand at NaNoWriMo this year, so I still have the summer to get used to the software.
In a completely unrelated sidenote, an update to CC’s Things is coming up soon! Rejoice!