When you’re writing fiction, your novel will have characters. There might be just a single character, or it could have dozens, like a Dickens novel that teems with a wide variety of people. Scrivener’s fiction and scriptwriting projects have a special section in the Binder where you can store character sketches, specially formatted documents you can use to flesh out and store information about your characters. And if you can’t come up with good names for your characters, Scrivener even has a built-in tool to help you find them.
Here’s how to work with characters in Scrivener.
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