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March 12, 2020 2 min read 0 Comments

The Freewrite community has so many incredibly talented writers who have used Freewrite to publish amazing work. We want to use this space to highlight the exceptional novels, screenplays, and essays that have been written on Freewrites all over the world. 

 1. White Peak - Ronan Frost

White Peak

Ronan Frost's White Peak is a fast-paced action thriller full of death-defying adventure.

Greg Rask, a dying tech billionaire, has invested millions chasing miracle cures. None of them are worth a damn, but he refuses to give up. Now, he’s gathering a team willing to go to the ends of the earth chasing life.

See how Freewrite helped Ronan Frost bring his novel to life: 

 2. Suspicion - Joshua Toro

 

 “Suspicion” is a short film that was written by Joshua Toro on his Freewrite. It was the recipient of the 2018 Yale University Howard R. Lamar Prize in Film and Video and was featured in the Austin Film Festival.

While most people know Freewrite's effectiveness in writing novels, not many people know that it is also quite effective for writing screenplays! Freewrite supports Fountain Syntax and exports drafts as .FDX files for easy importing into Final Draft.  

Check out Joshua's film below: 

 3. Blood Drops: A Collection of Horror Short Stories - W.B. Welch 

Blood Drops

 Blood Drops is an anthology of 18 short horror stories and the collection has been very well received! Whether we are following WB through a grim future where human meat is on the market, or trailing slowly behind while she introduces us to Marie Laveua's daughter, you can be certain of one thing: you will be surprised. The best and the most brutal of WB's work has been brought together in this all-too-believable collection.

Many of the short stories in Blood Drops were written on Freewrite, see what W.B. Welch had to say about the process: 

 

 4. Rockit Crew: The Adventures of Teenage Hip-Hop Misfits - Shane Robitaille

Shane Robitaille's debut novel, Rockit Crew, tells the story of 4 friends who become hip-hop outcasts in the summer of 1984 and learn about the power of friendship, life, death, and how hard it is to be unique in a town that doesn't always welcome those who are brave enough to be different.

Hear Shane talk about how Freewrite helped him write his first novel: 

 5. A Place of Silence - Liam Heneghan

While Liam Heneghan has written a novel on his Freewrite, he gets the highlight here for a beautiful essay he wrote, A Place of Silence.  Our world is more connected than ever these days, and Liam's essay is a reminder on how dedicating some time to silence can do wonders for your productivity and mental health.  This is the same idea that the Freewrite came from, so it's quite poetic that Liam's essay was written on Freewrite! 

Check out the essay here.  

Have you published work with your Freewrite?  Let us know, we'd love to feature you on our list! 



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