He really didn't. WoT and LotR have very different tones, with the first being relatively light-hearted and less 'removed' from the action, whilst Tolkien's
For me, it's LibreOffice, with each chapter in a separate file, plus files for misc characters, world events, geography, history, artefacts, etc. Then,
Interesting about NotW. When I read it, I was mesmerized by the writing style, but the plot/characters were somewhat flat for me. When you re-read it,
I have to agree with Stone here. The tone of Night Angel was far different than WoT. As such, I read Weeks books as an homage rather than a rip-off.
I'm afraid I don't know anything about OneNote, but I can pipe up in support of Scrivener. I downloaded the demo and went through the Tutorial (highly