6 months free Novlr with beta invite closes this week

We’re really excited to be able to say that the demand to try our beta version of Novlr is higher than we had hoped for. So, we’re going to close the beta invitation at 11.59pm (GMT) on Saturday night.

Sign up on our homepage now and you’ll get an invite: https://novlr.org – giving you 6 months of Novlr free.

Why do we need beta users?

As our blog about why we started Novlr hopefully makes clear – our goal is to build you the tool that makes writing your novel as pleasant and focused as possible. To do that we need your feedback. Our beta users will help shape Novlr – we need you to try it out, and tell us what works, what doesn’t and what glaring elements are missing. So we will be actively asking our beta users to let us know what they think.

What can I expect in Beta: Release 0?

Release 0 is a beta and our focus has very much been to build the platform so that it is as simple as possible. Release 0 comes with just the essentials, as we want to make sure it works really well as a writing interface, is stable and easy to use before we add any extra bits and pieces. It will be the foundation for future releases.inflatable castles

When will I get my beta account?

The honest answer is “as soon as it is ready”, but we are hopeful that’ll be early in July.

Is it free?

Signing up for the beta invitation will get you six months free use of Novlr from when you create your beta account. This six months does include the time you are using the beta version (Release 0) but will include at least three months of free full release Novlr.

Can I export my book after the free beta is over?

If you aren’t happy enough with Novlr to then begin paying for it after six months – not going to happen! – then of course you can download your work in a range of formats. In fact, you can export your work at any time you like.


So, tell all your friends that they ought to grab a beta invite now and get 6 months free of the writing platform that will transform writers’ lives forever.