How to use Scrivener to write a novel

About Me

I have always been aware of my need/desire to observe what goes on but not necessarily become involved. Sometimes, I would participate so as to not cause alarm with others involved, but overall, I have primarily taken the position that my purpose is to listen, look and learn. To what end? writing poetry or even prose?, I have no idea, but it is what it is. To that end, here is my latest effort as I relate to our world.

Read, Write, and Blue: Writing Tips With a Seasonal Theme

With VE Day, at the beginning of May, and Memorial Day at the end of May, red, white, and blue are the colors of May. They can guide you in your writing as well.

Analysis Of Death of A Salesman

It’s an analysis of Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller. Various schools of literary thought like Existentialism, Marxism, Psychoanalysis, Feminism and Postmodernism are given the prominence of thought.

What I’ve Learned From Over 50 Years of Writing

You do both writing and speaking during your lifetime. What I will share with you may be able to be used in either domain. If you want to do them well, you must keep improving, not be content to just coast along as you have before.

Perfect Imperfection

What does it mean to have everything and simultaneously have nothing? This short story explores the imagination of a young love and the possibility of obtaining something beautiful in the midst of chaos.

How to Write a Blurb That Sells

1) Look at samples – Go to Amazon and click on the bestsellers in your genre. Read their blurbs and select some of the ones that got you really interested in the book. Analyze what structure they have used and also note the words that made the greatest impact.

Writer’s Block – Why the Middle of Your Novel or Short Story Can Be the Hardest Part

This article will look at why the middle of a novel or short story can be difficult to write. It will also show you how to overcome this common problem during the creative writing process.

Using Adaptive Content to Touch Your Target Audience

Adaptive content can adapt to the audience and the context. That means that it can adapt (or change) every time you use it in the look and feel as well as the concepts that lie beneath the surface.

Homer’s Odyssey Examined Through Neologisms

It’s an analysis of Homer’s Poem—Ulysses. The texture of literature is microscopically examined through various neologisms which have a semblance to literary theory.

What Am I Doing Here?

A meteor is about to crash into earth and is threatening humanities existence. How can we find human purpose without humans?

Analysis of the Writings of Kurt Vonnegut

This article is an analysis of Kurt Vonnegut’s writings. The article prunes his writings through the telescope of literary prose.

Deconstructing Plato’s Republic

This article aims to deconstruct Plato’s Republic. Major themes like justice, wisdom, virtue, temperance have been pruned through the lens of deconstruction. The article also looks at the various forms of governments that Socrates has described.

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