Scrivener

Jul. 14th, 2010 06:40 pm
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Forking off from the writing software post:

I am a Scrivener junkie. I love it to pieces and cannot write without it. I'm not even sure I'm getting everything out of it I could get out of it, it's that versatile.

My main issue right now is, I'm writing a series. I'm contemplating whether it's better to have the whole ding-dang thing in Scrivener, or break it into separate files. Those of you who use it, do you have a preference? Can a Scrivener file get TOO big?

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Date: 2010-07-15 02:48 pm (UTC)
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I haven't tested how much it can handle, but I'm planning on putting a trilogy into one file (with lots of backups and periodic exports of the novels also for backup purposes). I want to have the whole trilogy in one file because all my character and overarching notes will be there.

I'd hope it can handle it, since that seems to be one advantage to it? I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

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