by Kris Maze
Hello Fellow Writers,
Fall. The time of getting down to author business and outline your novel. Nanowrimo is right around the corner and the end of the year push to finish those goals comes next. As I consider my writing journey, there are tools that have helped me get the words on the page and outline what I want for my novel.… Read the post
Scrivener project is based on a template (i.e., a pre-set layout and
formatting). Scrivener comes with quite a few to get you started—all based on
the Blank template—but did you know you can create your own?
project template can include files, folder structure, references, keywords,
Label and Status values, and more.… Read the post
Scrivener has three “group view” modes: Scrivenings, Corkboard, and Outline. Group view modes only have something to display if you’ve selected a folder, or a group of files in the Binder. Hence, the group part.
Scrivenings (multiple document view) and Corkboard (synopsis/index card view) get the most attention, but Outline view is pretty powerful, especially if you use metadata.… Read the post
Scrivener understands my writing needs in a way that other word processors never have. Here are 10 reasons why I threw over the old standbys.
1. Scrivener remembers your spot.
Every time you open a project in Scrivener, it takes you right to where you left off.… Read the post