My first impressions

Yesterday I found out about Scrivener, tried it once and decided to move one of my older screenplays into Scrivener; a screenplay which I should somehow convert to a decent novel. Up to now, it looks pretty good; better than any software I tried along the way.

After some hours I felt something was wrong, utterly wrong. Couldn’t exactly define what was wrong until - after a short break - I got back to my screenplay and started to work on it again. There it was: I felt at home with Scrivener already! Using it like my nice little work companion I’ve been working with for ages. It has taken me weeks to feel at home with FinalDraft!


And still there are people around telling: One human being cannot make a difference. Probably those never tried to write a novel.

Thank you. :slight_smile: