Frame Narrative Fiction

As a lover of fantasy I'm often drawn to stories built on a foundation of lore, myth, and history. If a fantasy is good, I feel immersed and intrigued.┬áThe story should feel as though it operates within a functional, developed environment. To accomplish this, many authors write lore and legend to give their fantasy world… Continue reading Frame Narrative Fiction

Writing Tech Part 2: Scrivener

In my last post, I discussed Literature and Latte's quick note taking software for writers--Scapple. Now it's time for Scrivener. Scrivener is a nifty program that allows writers to organize, construct, and structure their novels, stories, research papers, and scripts. It's all about accessibility, much like Scapple, but on a larger scale. Imagine having your… Continue reading Writing Tech Part 2: Scrivener