I use scrivener on iOS. My favorite feature is the dual screen mode. If someone (ok, it's my mom) sends me edits, I can scroll them on the left side while following the original on the right side at the same time. That way, I can add changes, etc. while scrolling through with both thumbs. It is the tool of the gods.
Yes. You could, I suppose, write the whole series in a single project (though it might struggle to cope once your word count gets really high), but I tend to write one book per project. If you set up a template how you like it then it's pretty straightforward to get started with each one. It's also easy to import documents from one project to another so, if you have a character list for book 1, you could import that list to book 2 then add any new people to it, and so on for book 3, etc. Plus, any character and place names etc will already be in your custom dictionary ("personal word list" in Scrivener lingo) so you won't have to add them again.Does anyone write more than one book in Scriv, ie a series?
I will say that everything I've heard about Scrivener seems good. I wish there was an Android/PC version, because I'd give it a try so fast
Does anyone write more than one book in Scriv, ie a series?
I mean that these are not preserved on compilation. In the Mac version, there are tick boxes to keep both these during compilation.
Also, in defense of iDevices, my iPad is so much easier to carry around.
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