Archivos and World-Building Tools

The Internet is, in many ways, like an island on which random chests of treasure appear. While wandering its jungles, you might stumble upon something new, something incredibly value and entirely¬†not¬†what you thought you needed. The most recent treasure for me is called Archivos. It allows you to strew about all the little nodes sticking […]

The pros and cons of writing a novel with Scrivener

The last post in this series, and it covers the program I’ve now used for at least three years, Literature and Latte’s Scrivener. It’s anecdotally the most prevalent “creative writing” program, though it’s general enough to be used for non-fiction and I’ve also written screenplays with it. General Impressions: There’s no getting around it – […]