I’m always fascinated by the creative process of writers. Where they develop the names, the locations and the people that inhabit their stories. So, in addition to a few tutorials about Scrivener, most of the links are focused on this topic. Enjoy!
The Butcher Method and Scrivener
Scrindesign 2: Now in Indesign!
Stories Are the Creatures That Forage in the Wilderness of Our Minds
The Tyranny of the First Draft
Writing Lesson in Horse Riding
AUTHORS: 5 Ways to Share a Point of View That Contrasts With Your Protagonist’s
Sub-Genres And Why They Make Me Want to Swear
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Thanks for the link love, Wendy 🙂
You are most welcome, Katie. 🙂
You always amaze me with the cool sites you find for writers. Nice.
Thanks Renee. 🙂 I do all my links by hand, one at a time. Most people use an search engine and sometimes don’t view the results before they offer them. I think that it makes a real difference in quality control.