Remember all that talk about Scrivener yesterday?
Well, you better get caught up. You’re going to need it.
Really. But it’s a good thing.
If you’ve been following Summer School faithfully (which you have, right?), you know each course comes with a related freebie.
If you’ve been following Muse KJ (in a non-creepy manner, please. She tends to use her large purses as weapons if excited.), you’ll know she’s absolutely devoted to her Scrivener. Devoted.
When those combine, what do you get?
No, not Captain Planet. Sorry. But just as good.
Freebie: Scrivener Writing Template
One of the things I love about Scrivener is that you can make your own templates – which means you can adjust for different projects.
So, what’s in this Scrivener template?
- A few tips from KJ
- Scene worksheets
- Character worksheets (with an example from KJ! Feel free to use and abuse this character anyway you like – just tell me about it.)
- Setting worksheet
Sold yet? Grab it now! Once you download the zip file, you’ll have to unzip it – and then load the template into your Scrivener templates. (From the main menu, find the options dropdown, and select “Import template”.)
(Further directions can be found here, from Belinda Crawford.)
PS: Feel free to leave feedback of what you DO want and don’t want in a template – I may add a few variations!