Today we’re taking a look at character and setting worksheets in Scrivener, as well as how the application can be used to help brainstorm visually. (What, you didn’t know you could brainstorm visually in Scrivener? I didn’t either until recently, but then I discovered the freeform corkboard. It’s pretty nifty. Watch and see.)
I’m thinking of focusing on revising next time — How I handle editorial feedback in Scrivener, how I keep track of changes, etc. But if there’s something else you’d rather know, please leave me some notes in the comments! I’m happy to help if possible.