Oh yeah, I meant to also mention that I downloaded and have been using Shaxpir on my Nanowrimo novel. I have fallen in love with it, because it lets me write the way I write, especially on WIP. I can jump in, write a scene, or make a quick note of an idea, without any hassle or having it take longer to wrestle the software than to jot the idea in a notebook. Speaking of notebooks (and I have about six right now with notes in them) Shaxpir lets you create a notebook for each novel with jottings of idea, info, websites, whatever. Again, really works with my dart here, dart there, style of research and thinking. This software simply suits me perfectly. In December I plan to sit down and put the current WIPs into it, to finish, rewrite, and edit. And then the ones after that, and the ones after that. I think after many years, and many notebooks and softwares I've found the one for me. I haven't gone to the website or browsed the forums or any of the rest of it. Haven't tried the conversion to ebook function yet. But as far as it goes, this is my review so far and I do recommend Shaxpir if you've got a pinball machine for a brain like I do.
It's time for us to get our shit together, disconnect the RV, and take him over to the dialysis clinic. These photos of me in the dark - that's me working while he is having dialysis. I have this little wonder LED light I charge all day so I can see to work in the RV after dark. The hubby sat down and did some work on the Chromebook today so MAYBE it will concede to not only let me write, but will actually SAVE my writing (so far it's simply eaten 5 or 6000 words because it gets pouty when it doesn't have Internet). And if it goes haywire or runs out of charge - I have my trusty little kitty notebook and some pretty pens. Ain't nuthin gonna stop me.