I love the Writer's Knowledge Base. Every week mystery writer Elizabeth S. Craig posts writing related links she has tweeted that week and enters them into the knowledge base.
At the moment the knowledge base contains just under 2,000 links!
But that's not what I want to talk to you about. I'm excited about Hiveword, the online fiction organizer. When you sign up (it's free!) you get a sample story to play with, Harry Porter and the Guitar of Fire, that will help you figure out how it all works.
|Dashboard - Click to enlarge|
|Editor - Click to enlarge|
|A new scene - Click to enlarge|
Having created a new scene we add characters, which POV the scene is from, as well as the setting and the plotline(s) that are going to be furthered.
Need to create a new character? That's not a problem. A new character sheet will be generated. You can specify what your character looks like, where they work, their likes and dislikes, and so on. This is a (gloriously) long form so I don't have a screenshot for you.
Hiveword is a free online editor that's definitely worth a look. I think I'll use it to write my next short story.
Don't forget to take a look back at the Writer's Knowledge Base every once in a while if you need inspiration or feel like brushing up on a few skills. :-)
What do you use to write with? MS Word? Wordperfect? Scrivener? Please share! :)
Other links you might like:
- What Is A Writer's Platform?
- Want Help With Editing? Try Free Editing Programs
- Why Writers Need Editors
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