Last week a friend mentioned that she'd heard the scrivener software praised in a writer's workshop. For anyone who doesn't know, it is software that helps a writer organize, plan, and ultimately write their work whether it is fiction, a paper, an article or a thesis. Therefore I decided to try it out, and as it has a generous non-consecutive 30 day trial period, I have ample opportunity to try it. It also comes with a very well written interactive tutorial. The tutorial is so well written that a manual is almost unnecessary. Almost.
So having played around with the tutorial and seen its capabilities, what are the benefits of using scrivener?
Saturday, 8 November 2014
We watched Pride and Prejudice, the 2005 movie. Now that I have seen both that and the TV miniseries that came out in 1995, I can say that I preferred the latter. I have no complaints about the casting for either. They both used well known skilled actors.
They are both products of their makers, which is very understandable. While the TV series is two and half times longer, both stay (mostly) true to the dialog and plot of the book. That is no mean feat, especially for the movie.