is a follow-up to my look at Scrivener a couple weeks ago. I wanted that article to be a kind of introduction to what the program was and the features that make it stand out. But today I’m feeling a little burnt out on helpful information, so I wanted to just talk about the weird shit Scrivener has.
ed when we start to talk about the story antagonist because we are generally supposed to see the antagonist as a bad person.
Scrivener is a widely used and recommended word processing software. Designed specifically for professional writers, Scrivener is a popular program in the writing community. But is it worth buying?
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