Episode 155: Atticus and the future of book management software with Dave Chesson

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In this week’s episode, Julia speaks to Dave Chesson, the owner and creator of Kindlepreneur, all about his new software, Atticus.

“If Scrivener, Google Docs, and Vellum got together and had a baby, it’s name would be Atticus.”

One software to rule them all (but this one plays nicely with others, such as ProWritingAid, Dragon Dictate and BookBrush), Atticus currently covers writing and formatting and already has some amazing features up it’s sleeve (duplicating AND auto-updating front/back matter across books, hello!) but it also has a bright future ahead of it, including collaborating with editors and beta readers, plotting, and some potential connections with Amazon. Check it out at Atticus.io

We also discussed other projects Dave is working on; alerts for new reviews and monitoring price changes (and a discussion about a scam happening in the industry that we need to watch out for that this will help with), as well as the shift in the publishing industry’s attitude towards self published authors. 

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