If you haven’t read my first post with scrivener templates from around the web (which contains more templates,) you might want to start there before continuing with the templates below.
More Free Scrivener Templates
- K.M. Weiland has a great Scrivener template for outlining and structuring your novel. Mac and Windows versions available.
- She also has one of the best writing podcasts out there. If you listen to writing podcasts, check out Helping Writers Become Authors.
- All Indie Writers blog has a case study template.
- Scrivener’s homepage posted a novel template for its members participating in National Novel Writing Month.
- Caroline Norrington has posted a wicked outline template for novels. It’s very detailed, and looks quite useful.
- Jami Gold posted a basic template that seemed to be based on the 7 point plot system. Her article on using beats with Scrivener is quite good and full of information.
- David Hewson has created a story bible template that can be used for keeping the background detail that we writers create. You never know when you’ll need to refer back to it.
- Tony McFadden updated his novel with 4 parts template (to v 2.0 –> This one you need to RIGHT Click, and hit “Save As” in order to get it). The updates are worth checking out.
- Byzantine Roads posted Lester Dent’s Fiction Master Plot template.
- Sean Williams posted the Vertigo Scrivener template (comic template).
- Belinda Crawford posted about an article Kitty Chandler at Kitty Space regarding a fantastic template she calls the World-building Leviathan Scrivener template. I mention Belinda because she posts great articles and info that I think other writers will find useful. For example, the writer’s notebook template that she posted here.
- Scrivenercoach.com offers great Scrivener training lessons, and they have a slew of blog related scrivener templates: Here are the Power Blogging, 60 Minute Sales Letter, Getting Things Done, Lightning Fast Blog Post, Snowflake Method, and The Minimalist Brainstorming templates. You can download all of them at once right here.
- Claire O’Brien has a great post with Picture Book templates.
- Pen & Muse has a free, Scrivener template full of worksheets and other helpful tools. If you know of any great templates, please feel free to share in the comments section below!
- The folks over at NaNoWriMo have posted updated NaNoWriMo templates for 2016! Windows and Mac versions.