Beemgee is your writer’s room – where you structure your narrative and grow your characters.
Discreet in-app dramaturgical advice at every stage of the outlining process helps you see your story in depth and detail.
Beemgee is browser-based. Use any device, even offline – Beemgee syncs your content automatically. Compose your stories anywhere, anytime. It’s easy and fun.
Make your characters the driving force of your story.
Determine the dramatic function of each major character.
Compare and contrast what makes your characters tick.
Drag and drop your plot events on a zoomable horizontal timeline.
Switch between the chronological and the narrative order.
Tag, highlight and view plot events by storyline, character, location, and more.
Work collaboratively and efficiently on early stage story development.
Easy-share feature – with friends, co-authors, your editor, your producer, etc.
Invite anyone to your project – no registration or download needed.
Beemgee has grown from a character development app to a fully fledged plotting tool.
The internal logic of a story is magical, like the structure of a spiders web. Beemgee is a wonderful tool to explore and get to grips with this complexity.
I was surprised how much Beemgee helped us sharpen the profiles of the characters in our game. The easy interface is great, the info tips behind the question marks make it possible for a novice storyteller like me to find out about the basics of storytelling technique. All in all, a very cool tool you’ve built there.
Great for reminding you of the basics, and preventing you from getting bogged down in unimportant details. Beemgee really helps you figure out how your story can be dramatically powerful and make logical sense at the same time.
Figuring out the plot is not my favourite part of writing. But you can’t write a story without a plot. Beemgee has helped me sort out my ideas and capture moments of inspiration, indeed to overcome writer’s block. It’s an aid to structuring my work, and is highly recommended even for pantsers, those authors who write by the seat of their pants.
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