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Announcing PenFroth™—The Author’s Toolbox for Writing Novels.

HÖGANÄS, SWEDEN—JUNE 25, 2022PenFroth™ is a computer software that helps authors in their creative process of writing their novels. Users will find various tools each designed for a specific purpose in mind.

PenFroth™ is a free-to-use software currently being developed by Ahmad Wehbe and will be available for download only from ahmadwehbe.com once it is published.

The software is still early in development and the planned release will be an alpha build with four functional tools out of nine total tools. “I originally had no plans on making it a product for others to use, but I felt PenFroth™ was evolving into something unique enough to offer something different on the market and hopefully help other authors who have been struggling to find tools that match their workflow and taste.” said Ahmad Wehbe, the author behind the short story The Man Who Lost His Sun Twice and the development of the upcoming video game Enduring Dreamers™: Freya.

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About Ahmad Wehbe

Author Ahmad Wehbe is a creative artist whose goal is to create characters, worlds and experiences that inspires, fascinates and leads people towards growth—be it a novel, a painting or a video-game—pursuing the idea to manifest it fully rather than bending the idea to satisfy the masses. Some of his works are the art project Emotionalism consisting of 51 abstract paintings, the short story The Man Who Lost His Sun Twice, and most recently the upcoming video game Enduring Dreamers: Freya™. To learn more please visit https://ahmadwehbe.com/about/

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