I was using Scrivener long before I learned about the Story Grid, but after I become a Certified Story Grid Editor, I started figuring out better ways to use the power of Scrivener with the tools of the Story Grid to make a really great writing/ editing experience. In these posts, I share all my tips and techniques for integrating the Story Grid methodology into Scrivener platform. Enjoy!
Importing working files into Scrivener – describes easy methods for importing files of manuscripts that you might have already begun in word so that they look clean by chapter. This is primarily for Windows, the Mac Scrivener Version 3.0 and higher has a lot more advanced features that I will discuss in future posts.
Tracking your scene 5 commandments – describes a good method for keeping track of your scene 5 commandments of story telling within your Scrivener document. This is primarily for Windows, the Mac Scrivener Version 3.0 and higher has a lot more advanced features that I will discuss in future posts.
5 Reasons to Use Scrivener to Write your Book – Track your daily word count effortlessly, Use labels to keep stay organized, Us Snapshots to save your work, Use the Corkboard to make a plan, and Use preferences to make Scrivener your own.
I started out learning Scrivener on my own, and I loved the tools I found. I eventually paid for an online course called Learn Scrivener Fast. It was very thorough and professionally done, and I learned even more tips and techniques. I really loved the course, and I became an affiliate, this is my affiliate link to Learn Scrivener Fast. I do receive a percentage of anything spent through that link.
If you want to learn more about writing a story using the Story Grid methodology, go to the Story Grid Webpage to find free videos and articles on how to implement the methodology.