So as I've been preparing for NaNoWriMo this year, I saw someone mention Scrivener. It's a program built for writers by writers. You can get a free 30 day trial of it. I tried it during NaNo last year for a day or two but I didn't have time to learn it and do NaNo. I knew that when you win NaNo you can get the program half off. I was wanting to download a trial and see how it went, but I knew it would be over when I needed it for Nano and I wouldn't get the 50% option again until December. I went through my old emails from NaNo from last year and found the link and the code. I figured I'd be totally out of luck and it would have expired. To my surprise, it was still good until November 1! I went ahead and bought Scrivener to use for NaNoWriMo this year and for other projects. I'm liking it a lot, but there is a big learning curve with it.
I've been reading up on it on different websites, I've watched some YouTube videos and have a lot more to watch. I think I'll be pretty good with it by November. I already started a file for this years book. I just have some notes, the title, and the RV stuff I found last night. I love that you can put all the info you need into one 'binder' ta Scrivener. It's so cool. I was also able to import my last two years books in there. I can edit them and work with them in there. It's a cool program and I'm glad I got it. I'll probably talk about it more as I learn.