We all know what a struggle it can be to work with words and ideas. As with meditation or exercise, the creative life requires consistent learning and commitment. Year after year, writers sigh over the same struggles: overwhelm, isolation, and block.
Writing is one of the great arts, and it’s a challenge that is both mental and emotional. We created Bookflow because we wanted to make something truly useful for writers who needed help to stay productive. It requires small steps to make great leaps. That’s why Bookflow offers fresh writing exercises daily, tracks goals and progress to keep you motivated, and is built out to help you see both the big picture and the significant details. No other software balances the demands of the writing with the needs of the writer.
We've heard from writers across the spectrum of experience—from those who have been writing and publishing for years to those who are taking the first steps on their journey, from those who publish nonfiction essays to those who write novels—that Bookflow has helped them get started and keep going all the way to “The End”. We hope you’ll join us on this path.
Lisa Papademetriou has written over 70 books, taught writing at a low-residency MFA program, and was a professional editor at several major publishing companies. She tried several technology solutions in the hope that one would help her students, but the tools were needlessly complicated and didn’t offer anything to help support the hardest challenges writers face. Lisa created Bookflow to help writers stay motivated and organized while encouraging them to see deeply into their work. Learn about the essential elements of story and see how Bookflow can help support your commitment to artistic expression and excellence.