Novlr is a relatively "new kid on the block" as novel writing software goes. I've been tracking it for a while, watching the feature list expand and dipping in for a free trial from time to time. This month, I signed up for the pay-monthly package. As endorsements go, I suppose that's the best one that I can give.
A lot of writers have day jobs. We don't talk about them much. They ruin the glamourous image people have of us - lurking in coffee shops, sucking up the wifi, using all the plugs, and making one small cup of tea last an eternity. Personally I'm lucky in that I not only have a day job that I love, but it's also a day job that lets me use my creativity every day. I make my living with words, they just aren't always about superheroes or ghosts or robot-dinosaurs.
Wordpress is the de-facto standard for writers who want to set up a website to publicise their work. It's such an important part of the eco-system for writers that I use it even though I run a business that has its own content management platform!