Storyboarding with Scrivener (or, A Love Affair with Virtual Index Cards)…

by Gwen Hernandez  on the Writer Unboxed site:

Whether you’re a plotter or a pantser—or neither—at some point in your writing process, you can probably benefit from a visual overview of your story.

Scrivener’s Corkboard feature is here to help.

Pack up your paper index cards and colored sticky notes, and let’s go virtual.

Continue reading at:

Understanding Index Cards in Scrivener

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3 thoughts on “Storyboarding with Scrivener (or, A Love Affair with Virtual Index Cards)…

  1. I tried, twice, leaving a message on the site but was rejected saying I had not give all the required information, which I had. Something went wrong between filling it in and posting it so I must move on. The story board may be useful for my daughter who is working on her second book but what I am in need of is a template for a rather large family tree. It would be nice if it were printable but price could be a factor… Thanks.

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