Bit of background: I love minimalist word processors like iAWriter, helps me focus on the writing and get stuff done. But I find once a manuscript gets to a certain point things get messy and you run up against walls. I’ve used Scrivener et al, and being able to work in scenes/chapters/etc was great, but beyond that felt too complex, like I was spending more time project managing than actually writing. My background’s in software and I’ve done the startup thing before, so figured I’d take a crack at this – an app that lets you manage a project with scenes/sections/chapters in a minimal word processor. My startup was in content management, so I’m pretty across the challenges. But first want to get feedback from other writers, to see if you guys share my frustrations or if I’m just weird. So, how do you currently write and structure your manuscripts? Have you tried project-based writing apps like Scrivener? What did you think? Anyone keen to try a beta of this when/if it’s done? Have ideas for other features I think would be useful, but the core of it is the structured, non-linear writing inside a minimal UX. Like a big magic document.