A workflow I've developed for writing using Scrivener

I’ve just finished the first draft of my third science fantasy novel AntiHelix and I thought I’d write a blog post on the workflow I’ve developed for writing books using Scrivener, a very boiled down version of Wiesner’s First Draft in 30 days and bits of the http://ProWritingAid.com site. It’s more Haines Manual than Shelley’s Defense of Poetry but I hope it might contain one or two helpful ideas for other writers. I’d be very interested to hear about the workflows other people use to actually get the words on the page and keep going to the end.


I enjoyed reading your blog post, melmoth2. Thank you.

Interesting article, thanks for sharing.

Antithetical to my approach, but enjoyed the read.