Thanks for stopping by to read my QuickWrite for Authors Review.
I've been using QuickWrite for a while now.
What I find most useful are the drop-down menu items for specific queries, such as Power Editor, Fiction Writing, Non-fiction Writing, Marketing, Blog Writing, and much more!
More on all the above features mentioned further on in this review.
Let QuickWrite help you come up with better plots, a better narrative, and all in record time!
OK, the paragraph above the image was produced by QuickWrite in answer to my prompt:
"What is QuickWrite AI writing assistant?"
And, to be honest, it's on point! It just lacks a bit of personality - your personality.
And that's where you - the writer - shine.
Simply add "you" to the content.
Put an end to writer's block with QuickWrite for authors.
I love using QuickWrite for authors. I used it to help me create this page. It uses a unique AI engine built by authors for authors. It includes customized tools that make putting a book together "a breeze."
See my video demonstration (below), of how I use QuickWrite for blog outline ideas for this very page!
Watch my video demo of QuickWrite: An AI Writing Assistant/Tool which is perfect for authors.
I think QuickWrite is best suited for desktop devices because of the
workspace layout shown below:
There are three panels. On the far left is where you add your prompts. The center panel is where QuickWrite outputs the generated copy.
The panel on the right is a typical word processor (like Google Docs) where you copy and paste the generated copy from the center panel.
Copying and pasting the center column is a "must do" if the generated copy is what you want to keep. If it's not "quite there," then hit the green "Generate" button again.
Then make sure to copy and paste that quality content over into the right-hand doc area - and "save" your work!
QuickWrite for authors certainly enables you to write faster. It provides suggestions for your prompts ... just like the Jasper, and ChatGPT text generators. All of them promise you original content.
If you want to be sure that the content truly is 'plagiarism-free,' I suggest running it through the likes of Copyscape prior to publishing your page or book. Or you can use Originality.ai which does indeed check your work for "originality."
Copyscape is used primarily for non-fiction work, IMHO. When creating fictional characters and places with prompt suggestions from the nether regions of your brain, it's doubtful that those creative writing prompts you added - for fiction - will bring back anything close to resembling plagiarized copy.
However, with fiction, don't outright copy someone else's plot, characters, and story ending for goodness' sake. Be creative (use QuickWrite for plot ideas!)
I hope you get what I'm getting at. The more obscure (as in 'unique') you are with your prompts - for fiction - the likelihood of being dinged for plagiarism is pretty much non-existent.
In my opinion, QuickWrite is one of the best AI-powered tools (aka writing assistants) out there, for authors. It helps you become a better writer. How? By keeping your work structured - as shown in the video near the top of the page. If you haven't watched it, go view it, then come on back here.
When using QuickWrite, you can type your edits directly into the platform's document area and receive instant feedback, so long as you are using a grammar checker such as Grammarly or the ProWritingAid browser extension in Chrome.
Then your chosen grammar checker will check your writing for grammar, punctuation, vocabulary, sentence structure, and style. It also will suggest the use of alternative words, phrases, and structures that can make your message clearer and your writing more effective.
I always read through each piece of new text that AI produces. Why? Because you need to add your own writing style to it. It's part of the creative process - you don't want to plagiarize accidentally, or intentionally, right?
In a nutshell, QuickWrite for authors AI uses artificial intelligence to help writers create more effective content. It does this by analyzing the "prompts" you type in, as mentioned above. It then outputs content that suits your plot point.
Obviously, QuickWrite can help you get creative and come up with fresh ideas to help you stand out from the competition. Artificial intelligence technology is here to stay. Use it wisely.
It's all fine and dandy using AI to help you create content... but.
And there's always a but! If you don't know what keywords are being used that will enable you to rank, what's the point in writing web pages full of content that nobody will read?
I've found that using QuickWrite along with RankIQ helps me optimize my content in order to attain better search engine rankings.
RankIQ can analyze the content and make sure it is optimized for search engines, helping you increase your visibility and reach more readers.
In the video above, you'll see how I used QuickWrite and RankIQ to "beef up" my "AI Writing Tools Software Reviews" page.
Inside that video, over on the right-hand panel in RankIQ, you'll see keywords disappear as you use them (in 'Show Unused' mode) but for this video, I turned off the setting so you could see the green dots appear as I added the keywords to the page I was working on.
Over on the top left-hand side of my computer screen, you'll see my grade increased from an "F" to an "A+".
I'm also trying to increase the word count to the recommended target of 1,547 words.
Watch how I finally improved the doc's grade to A++ and around 1,320 words.
At the end of the video I ask you to "subscribe," and by that I mean over at my ePub Tech Reviews YouTube channel!
In order to make your work stand out from the crowd, you need to incorporate AI - in a good way. AI has gathered so much momentum in the past three months alone!
Every day (it seems like) new writing apps are coming out of the woodwork. But I'm glad they are, otherwise, I would not have seen QuickWrite!
QuickWrite is designed to help us write faster and better. It uses natural language processing to produce content derived from your "prompts."
At the time of writing this review, QuickWrite may still be accepting "lifetime" usage of the platform for fiction and non-fiction authors if you act now. For fiction writers only, click here. If you write non-fiction, click here. Honestly, it doesn't matter which link you choose as QuickWrite for authors is for both fiction and/or non-fiction writers.
Integrating QuickWrite into your writing process is as easy as signing up!
Use either one of the bolded links in the above paragraph. In a jiffy, you'll be using the platform.
Watch their training videos inside the QuickWrite Academy and check out my demo/how-to videos on the ePubTechReviews YouTube channel.
Use Quickwrite for authors to do:
Dive into the creative depths of brand-new worlds, and more. Most AI-generating apps only offer 300 words at a time, but QuickWrite offers long-form writing for its users.
Whether you're writing a book or a blog page, authors crave speed. By using QuickWrite for authors, you'll discover the ease with which you can achieve it! Reach your writing goals quicker.
You can use QuickWrite to test a chapter section, generate outlines, and so much more. You will find the writing process fun and easy to use, and you'll have access to their library of training videos.
If you want to be one of the authors who excel during this new wave of writing, take advantage of their "lifetime" offer.
Remember, QuickWrite was created by authors for authors. AI writing isn’t a tool that replaces you; it’s a tool that gives you more time to write and finish your book.
There’s no reason not to be "all in" on the future of writing. Don't get left behind.
Finally, it’s important to keep learning and exploring new features and possibilities with QuickWrite, or any app, for that matter. So when QuickWrite releases a new feature, take the time to explore it and determine how it can help you achieve your writing goals.
Received good news that QuickWrite has incorporated access to make your own AI-generated art! Will this be the end to image licensing nightmares? One can only hope. See the image below.
You can click on it to make it bigger. The point I'm making in the image is you can see what size the image is when you drag it over from the center column, over into the document area. Handy feature!
You can choose to download each image if you like. However, I simply dragged the image over to the document side of the app; it works for me! However, for better resolution, it's best to download images.
If you're at all like me, you said "aaaw" regarding the #2 illustration! LOL
AI-generated art in general - admittedly, is in its early phases. Don't let my first attempt shown here put you off. AI art is only gonna get better.
Dang it; I want a real pug dog now.
I'll have to "make do" with Winston, who is admittedly a very lifelike pottery dog, and his fuzzy pink pal, Big-Bo.
They are the stars of "The Adventures of Winston and Big-Bo" on Amazon's Vella which, incidentally, was written primarily using AI!
Wrapping it up now because I know you're eager to get going with QuickWrite. Thanks for stopping by and please watch the QuickWrite video below.
Do you have any comments about this QuickWrite article? Share them!
Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this page in response to the QuickWrite Review...