Normally i don't gush about software, as i find most of it adequate for its purposes, but with this app i'm not even touching the surface of it yet and i'm finding it left open on my workstation at all times. i need to take some time to watch the tutorials so that i can use the app to its fullest potential, but just playing around with it in my world-building project it is going to make such a more effective way of making the encyclopedia it just staggers me.
i've had a 3 ring binder for about 12 years that contains all the notes and such i've already made. much of them are now obsolete, but i always find gems of things i'd never thought about and there are rough notes of storylines and populations in these areas. with the binder area of scrivener, i can set up folders with large headings, and then have subfolders that go into detail. i should also be able to add images and maps once they are scanned in and completed in the case of my digital ones.
anyway, for any writer, whatever the type, look into this program because it is worth every penny.
Tzalaran's favorite hangout, hence it is the name of my blog on the web. Here i'll talk about the writing of "Scales of the Assassin", working title of the start of Tzalaran's saga, and give background information on the world Tzal lives in.