- an overview,
- how to work with documents,
- and binders.
- how to use the synopsis window
- and general meta-data (all the non-text files).
I’m learning the bits and pieces well enough, but retaining them is another matter. lol. Proof that this old head leaks. I’ve had to go back to my notes and ask questions on-line a lot.
Do I like it?
So far, I’m still intrigued. I can see its potential, but I still have a lot to learn to feel comfortable with it. Even though I’ve started putting my new story into it, I’m also writing it in Word.
Has it changed my writing?
Yes, oddly enough it has, and I wasn’t expecting that.
The smallest unit of story is the scene, and scrivener helps you organize scenes. I usually think of my story in large chunks, specifically: Act 1, 2 and 3. But playing with this software has me focusing more on individual scenes, which is a good thing.
Click on the picture to get a clearer view.
So that’s my craft post for this week. What are you working on? Do you like Scrivener?