If you've been following this blog for a while you might have seen some of my free Scrivener templates. Unfortunately those are a bit scattered throughout the blog, and I've had a couple of folks this week email me trying to find one of my blogging templates and another reader asked for recommendations about mystery templates without realizing I'd released one here. So I thought it was about time for a Scrivener template round-up.
Below you can find links to the current five templates I've released. If, or when, I release more they'll also be added to this list.
Not all of these free Scrivener templates will be relevant to you. There's one for authors, two for bloggers, and two for freelance writers.
Please remember that these aren't project files. You can't simply open them in Scrivener. They're templates, which means you'll need to import them into your template collection before you can use them (instructions can be found on individual template download pages).
- Scrivener Mystery Novel Template
- Scrivener Blogging Template (for managing a single blog)
- Scrivener Blogging Template (for managing multiple blogs in a single project file)
- Scrivener White Paper Template (for freelance writing projects)
- Scrivener Case Study Template (for freelance writing projects)
I'm always open to ideas if there are other templates you'd like to see. Feel free to leave suggestions in the comments or email me about them, and I'll add them to my release list if they seem like a good fit.
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