Scapple, An Author’s Best Friend!

I know I’ve blogged about the wonders of Scapple before, but since writing that post, I have discovered new ways of it being the best ever bit of software for authors. I mention a couple of the ways mentioned in my previous post, as well as some new ones, and I’m sure there are many more uses for it, if you use the software in a different way, please comment below. You can trial the software for free, and it’s a super reasonable price to purchase.

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Summary of the Uses for Scapple:

#1. Family Tree

#2. Planning a book series

#3. Simple infographics 

#4. Timeline

#5. Chapter Summary

#6. Character mapping – when you have lots of characters spread out through a series of books.

 

 

IMG_5734_2Michelle is the author and publisher of 8 Visionary Fiction novels, all available on Amazon in paperback and on Kindle. She spends her days helping Indie Authors to publish their books, taking photographs and making gluten-free cakes.

If you need any help with your publishing journey, please do get in touch with her by emailing theamethystangel@hotmail.co.uk. You can book a Skype session or a phone call with her, or ask questions via email. Please do follow this blog to receive more posts on Indie Publishing.


DisclaimerAll views, ideas and tips presented on this website are my own, based on my own experience and the experience of my clients. It is by no means the only way to do it, or the right way to do it, but it is the way that works for me. Please take what helps you and makes sense to you, and don’t worry about the rest for now. Please know that I take no responsibility for anything that happens as a result of you following my advice. I have created this blog as a resource for Indie Authors to help them make the publishing journey a little easier.

 

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