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JTolman

Scivener and Scrapple PC writting apps

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I found these last week and and been looking into them tos ee if they may be useful in halping me get my writing together and organized.

 

http://www.literatureandlatte.com/index.php

 

Scrivener is a Writing tool that helps you organize and write your Articles, scripts,Stories, what have you in what ever order you choose and keep them documented and tabed for easy access. Still going through the Tutorial on his one, but seems fairly well put together and easy to use.

 

Scrapple is an Idea Board that sorta lets you put down Idea and then connect them together to help you get the ideas down quickly, connect them together and then organize them later without having to figure out what you meant later. Seems a bit less useful, but still, if your in an IDEA stage it could be helpful.

 

Wondering if anyone else has found and used these applications and how useful you found them.

 

The Free trials comes with a 30 day trial... and the 30days is not based on 30 calender days... but 30 actual days of use... so if you close it down and don't use it for a week? well you did not jsut lose a weeks worth of your trial.

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I have Scrivener and I like it a lot. It allows you to organize all of your ideas as one central book, and has different categories for your actual writing (chapters), character sheets, locations, backstory, snippets, anything. Check the free trial -- but I really like it.

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I've been a Scrivener user for a few years now and I absolutely love it. I use it for my blog, short fiction, long-form, and just about anything else. I picked up Scapple a little while ago and I really like it, too.

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I use Scrivener for all my creative projects whether it's writing, role-playing, or something else.

As a compulsive worldbuilder and thought gatherer, I find it much easier to use than anything else, and it's very reasonably priced.

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