Every story needs an information highway
Within a story, information travels to and fro between characters and, as a witness to these interactions, to the reader. Add to this, the narrator's contribution and you should have a story, one that works.
How does logic fit into a story?
Whatever your premise, there will be some logic in how you took that premise and turned it into a story.
You dreamed up a plot.
It's all about the Outliner!
The Editing pane can show your Scrivenings, your Corkboard or your Outliner view. In a previous post, I looked at the bottom line of the Scrivenings; in last week's post, I focused on the Corkboard view. Today, it’s all about the Outliner view.
The Outliner bottom line: comparing Scrivener 3 with Scrivener 2
In Scrivener 2, the Outline bottom line looks like this.
In Scrivener 3, it's the same functionality on the left...