Rochester programmer creates ‘LitLift’ software app for novel writing



By Mary Kenkel, The Post Bulletin

“When Brad Marsh wrote his first novel, he found himself caught up in the character details, setting descriptions and fact-checking. I just wasn’t fast enough,” said Marsh, 28, of Pine Island. “I just couldn’t get enough words out in a day. The whole time I was writing it, I was thinking, ‘Man, I could be so much more efficient at this, if I had the right piece of software.'”

So as an experienced computer programmer, he decided to solve his own problem by creating LitLift, a free website that allows writers to create forms, describing characters, places and plotlines. It’s user-friendly and not as “clunky” as some other novel-writing software, Marsh said.”

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