Learn how to use collections and keywords in scrivener to track your subplots, characters, and unique themes.
Scrivener meets Story Grid: tracking the Editor’s 6 Core Questions in the Binder as well as Campbell and Vogler’s Hero’s Journey.
Using Scrivener software and the Story Grid methodology to make a Story Grid Excel Spreadsheet.
Tracking your Story Grid 5 Commandments for each scene, developing your story by tracking your progressive complications in each scene and ensuring that you are raising the stakes.
Let’s start with the 5 commandments, the core of every Story Grid scene. On the windows version of Scrivener, you could put them in a couple places.
If you have some manuscripts that are still in Word or a TXT file then there is a very easy way to transfer them into Scrivener and organize them into individual chapters. If you have them in another format that you can copy, the… Continue Reading “Importing Files into Scrivener – Mac and Win”