As I’ve said before, I’m writing fiction for the Kindle platform. Right now I’m trying to get my artist lined up… but I want to start the novel before the Indiegogo project gets underway.
To get started I’m trying to get my mind map for the first book done on a new tool:
I began to use Scrivener last October before NaNoWriMo. I’m on the Windows version, which isn’t as feature-rich as the Mac one.
That has changed thanks to its native mind-mapping tool in Beta for Windows, a utility called Scapple.
I used Xmind before and even recommended it here. It’s a great program, but too structured for the ideas that come to you for writing. The ideas for prose don’t often come in structured ways.
As a result I’m starting my map over, and also getting new ideas for the plot and characters as I go.
- Mind Map eBook Makes Last Call for (prweb.com)
- How To Use Mind Mapping In The Critical Thinking Process (critical-thinkers.com)
- XMind: Free Mind Mapping Software (jerrygusti.wordpress.com)