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…