Then I tried Dramatica but I never even gave it a fair chance. I wasn’t up to the learning curve.
And I have Scrivener. Now I like Scrivener and I’ve taken several classes and once I finished editing my two novels I am going to start my next book in Scrivener.
WriteWay - Now, get the tools you need to take your story ideas from initial concept and characters through completed manuscript — all in one powerful
easy-to-use product http://www.writewaypro.com/ It’s $35 with a free 30 day trial
Scrivener – It’s a word processor and project management tool created specifically for writers of long texts such as novels and research papers. It won’t try to tell you how to write – it just makes all the tools you have scattered around your desk available in one application. https://www.literatureandlatte.com/links.php It’s $40 with a free trial
StoryMill - Mac OS X only - The latest release in Mariner Software's long line of writing and creativity software. StoryMill introduces aspiring authors to multi-level writing methods of tracking characters, scenes, and locations, while professional writers will appreciate StoryMill's time-saving ability to oversee and manage the full creative process with Smart Views. http://www.writersstore.com/storymill-novel-writing-software/ It’s $39.95