I’m—in—love. I’m talking about Scrivener Version 3.1.1, especially its themes. From a writing perspective themes might not be the app’s most important feature, but for someone who’s been in love with Scrivener for a long time they’re like the pie that comes after the turkey.
My love affair with Scrivener began on February 4, 2013 when I purchased it for my Mac via the Apple App Store. It changed everything and has continued to do so over time. What changed was the convenience of having all my needed files available via a single click, the ease of rearranging scenes and chapters, split screens, reference panels, the name generator, compiling … the list goes on seemingly forever.
Over time I altered how I approach writing, not because Scrivener dictated how I should work, but because it was so adaptable I could, for the first time, write the way I wanted to. The only thing that slowed me down was discovering what my approach looked like.
Starting the last few days of October, several events happened in quick succession…
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