I’ve posted about organizational tools that I like, such as Scription and Scrivener. Now I’m trying something new and a little different, which I’m going to log periodically.
A while ago, I read Gina Trapani’s excellent Lifehacker post on her standing desk, and I was intrigued. However, I have a small writing [...]
Recently I posted about outlining in Scrivener and using color coding to track plot lines. Elsewhere on the Internet, a couple of VCFA alumni were chatting about making timelines — could this be done in Scrivener? If not, what tools did people use?
Varian Johnson had a [...]
Last time I posted about my daily planning tools. In the past, I’ve also written about the awesomeness that is Scrivener. Here’s why I love it as an outlining tool:
Yes — note cards, again. And colored ones at that.
Each note card contains a scene summary and [...]
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