You guys have probably seen in prior posts that....
1) I use both Plottr and Book Brush
2) I really, really like them.
So I thought I'd give you an idea of how much they've added in the past few months to what they offer you, the author, who always has way too much on their plate.
These two companies have simply grown and grown by listening to their users and creating amazing new tools for us to use.
Plottr is barely 7 months old, and as a “founding member” I’m amazed at the functionality they’ve added.
Stellar customer service and they listen to their FB group. Did I mention that?
A full list of video tutorials that walk you through each step to create the time line YOU need, not some canned version that doesn't really work for you.
Adding sorting by way of Priorities
- Adding scene lists to chapters
- They've added the functionality to add color to your text. Want to know if you've added the Romance thread? Color your text whichever Romance color you choose.
- I love this because Plottr is visual already and this enables me to check with one glance.
- Want to find out the latest helpful tips and what's new, go here.
for $5 off your initial subscription!
Book Brush is focused on the customer as well. They listen and react.
Where do I start listing all the new things Book Brush can do for an author.
- More video backgrounds than ever
- New grid for centering
- New tool bars on the upper task bar, something we’re used to
- New Mockups, Overlays and Stamps added monthly!
- Animation is beta trial in the Platinum Plan.
- Background remover tools.
- Cover creator for Print, ebooks and audio!
Here's a cool ad I made using their transparency mode. I'll have a blog up on their site next Friday (Oct. 9th) about how to use transparency in your ads and book covers.