I found this wonderful webpage called YWriter. Here is an excerpt that briefly explains what the purpose of the site is:
What is yWriter?
It's a word processor which breaks your novel into chapters and scenes. It will not write your novel for you, suggest plot ideas or perform creative tasks of any kind. It does help you keep track of your work, leaving your mind free to create.
What's so special about yWriter?
I really struggled over my first novel because I wrote whole slabs of text into a great big word processor file and tried to make sense of the whole thing at once. I then tried saving each chapter to individual files with great long descriptive filenames, but moving scenes around was a nuisance and I couldn't get an overview of the whole thing (or easily search for one word amongst 32 files)
How much does it cost?
Nothing, it's free to download and use. You can donate if you wish, but that's optional.
Here's the link:
A great tool for writers1 Check it out!
Until Next Time,