Viewing Threads in Scrivener

Recently, I was in a discussion concerning editing parts of a novel where multiple scenes have close ties and would be easier to review if together. Perhaps this has been addressed elsewhere before, I don’t know. I do know that in Scrivener it’s amazingly easy to do, especially if each scene is a separate file.

Cover: CA Hawthorne ©October 2016

NaNo Cover: CA Hawthorne

Before I explain, and because there may be non Scrivener users reading this, I’m going to explain the content of the screenshots used here and why I do what I do.

Please note that Scrivener is visually versatile and can look different from one user to another. Too, I’m being careful about what I show. I’m currently editing the fourth in a series and am trying to avoid spoilers.

Okay, let’s start with a tour of Example1 from left to right…


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About Ontyre Passages

Alive and well in the Rocky Mountains. I'm a fantasy writer who also dabbles in poetry, short stories, and map making. My Ontyre tales are an alternative fantasy experience, the stories rich in mystery, adventure, and romance. Alternative fantasy? Not quite steampunk. Not quite gothic. In truth, the real magic is in those who discover what's within.
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