Arthur C. Clarke wrote in Profiles of the Future, “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” So, what can technology do for you? The right technology can magically convert instructions into repeatable processes, encouraging creativity while improving the quality of your writing. DISCLOSURE: No books were harmed in the making of this podcast.
In this multi-post series, you’ll discover techniques and technology to help you self-edit your novel. Today's podcast discusses how you can use Scrivener's Custom Metadata to write and edit using deep point-of-view techniques. For more information about Custom Metadata and the 12 Techniques to Connect with Readers, visit the Story Structure page at https://tameyourbook.com/story/story-structure/.
Are you drowning in a sea of post-it-notes? You find answers to writing questions, but then must choose how to keep track of them. Knowledge retention comes one choice at a time—decide how you'll use technology to preserve your hard-earned education. To find out what technology can do for your writing, visit https://tameyourbook.com
In this multi-post series, you’ll discover techniques and technology to help you self-edit your novel.
Today I’ll show how Custom Metadata can help you:
Add, update, and track essential story information,
Perform a scene-by-scene content review,.
Enhance the bond between readers and characters, and
Avoid distracting readers with the author’s voice.
Visit https://tameyourbook.com to view the online post and examples.
In today’s podcast, I’ll cover how ProWritingAid can help you decrease reader frustrations, reduce critical reviews caused by embarrassing errors, improve the writing consistency, and edit Scrivener scenes with no copy and paste. To view the entire post with examples, visit https://tameyourbook.com/2021/05/19/self-edit-your-novel-part-1b/(opens in a new tab).
In this multi-part series, you’ll discover techniques and technology that will help you self-edit your novel. To see the blueprints and spreadsheet mentioned in this podcast, view this post at https://tameyourbook.com/2021/05/12/self-edit-your-novel-part-1a/.
Character descriptions can take on lives of their own. Some writers map out every little detail while others list only the highlights. Regardless of your preference, with a series, you’ll want to organize your character profiles. For more information, visit https://tameyourbook.com.
The Story Spine is a multifaceted writer’s tool, enabling you to improvise a narrative quickly, identify what it’s about, and edit a bloated draft. To view the written post, visit https://tameyourbook.com.
This episode is also available as a blog post: https://tameyourbook.com/2021/03/16/prowritingaid-overview/
To read the in-depth review of ProWritingAid, visit: https://tameyourbook.com/reviews/prowritingaid-review/