Mentoring Authors One Scene at a Time – Thriller/Military/Non-Fiction/SF/Fantasy
Posted on May 31, 2020
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Learn how to use collections and keywords in scrivener to track your subplots, characters, and unique themes.
Category: Blog, Scrivener, Scrivener Meets Story GridTags: collection, corkboard, keywords, Story Grid, synopsis, tracking characters, tracking subplots
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