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 MILLIONS of unique articles and stories inside!  The following writing enhancement software is designed to improve First Draft's usability. Each allows writers to customize the way the First Draft functions and the content that it generates. Please note that these add-ons are completely optional. First Draft operates just fine without their purchase. They are offered here as a convenience only and are not required.

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Lecturing Data Pack
No need to buy. It's included in the software!

Used with First Draft, this Lecturing Data Pack provides a large number of lecturing-related words and phrases that make First Draft's generated content extremely specific to lecturing products and services, and lecturing activities.

This Lecturing Data Pack contains lists of pre-sorted variables, which when loaded into the software, give writers a quick and easy way to generate content for lecturing clients, blogs, and websites.


  • Lecturing-Specific: Every phrase in this data pack is specific to lecturing and nothing else. Used with First Draft, writers have the most efficient way to make the software's generic articles much more specific.
  • Simple, easy-to-use: It's super easy to use this Lecturing Data Pack for a writing project! Once selected, the software will display a new set of variables in its comboboxes (on the right) and use those variables in each generated article.
  • Relevant material: Write about academic work, lecture and discussion, lecture classes, lecture methods, lecture preparation, lecture skills, lecture techniques, lecture-based teaching, and more.
  • Numerous genres: Use this data pack to write a short story, data report, blog post, or educational test about lecturing. Generate a history report, news story, or press release. Lecturing is a great topic for research, instructional, and persuasive content too.


Oh, and there's no need to buy this Data Pack. It's included in the software. Just pick "Lecturing" as your subject to use it!