Sunday, August 14, 2011

Trying out Scrivener

I'm sitting on my sister-in-law's deck in New England, 2400 miles from home, waiting for the mosquitoes to leave and my older brother to arrive from New Jersey. Meanwhile, I have been trying out Scrivener to write my new novel. The actual writing will still be in Word, but Scrivener seems like a nice tool for building the elements, including characters and plot points. Plotting has always been a problem for me; I get it done, but usually the hard way. Let's see if this software makes it any easier. At least I'll know what scenes to write.


virginia winters said...

Hi Bob; I've been using Scrivener since the original note about it. I've found it very useful, not only for plotting, but timelines and keeping track of pov's. I had been using Storymill but find this more useful. all the best with it. Regards Virginia Winters

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Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Never used Scrivener, just Word.

Su said...

I've just started messing with Scrivener, and thus far I like it. A lot. We shall see!