Not much to say today, but I was looking for a template for Scrivener for the Snowflake Novel Writing Method. I found one that I had used before, but I couldn’t get it to work.
The Snowflake Method was created by Randy Ingermanson, who is a writer and also a physicist, and it’s a good way to develop a story before you write it. I’m a pantser, and it has brought me no success thus far; this method might help me out (since I’m generally not a big user of methods, and I probably should be). For more info about the method, I found this article at Jericho Writers to be a good explanation. Thanks, Harry Bingham.
So I made one of my own, and I’m attaching it here in case anyone wants to use it. It’s for the Windows, Scrivener Version 220.127.116.11. I don’t know enough about computers to know if deviating from these parameters will mean it won’t work. But here it is. If it doesn’t work, apologies. I’m not a wizard.