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How to Use Scapple to Quickly Plot Your Next Book

There are many brainstorming, plotting, bubble-like, Gantt charts, project management tools out there, but you don’t really need all the bells ’n whistles when you just want to get your next book idea out of your head and onto the page.

Scapple was developed by the same brains that created the holy grail of writing tools – Scrivener, by Literature and Latte.  There was a need for a simple and cost-effective brainstorming/plotting tool and Scapple is the result.

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Brainstorm Demo

This video shows a very quick and simple way to start plotting your next novel, no matter if it’s Fiction or Non-Fiction.  It can be any genre or topic.  Simply add your ideas and then organise them later.

If You Need Scapple In Your Life

Where To Buy
Pop on over the Literature and Latte and you can get an overview of Scapple and the options to purchase for MacOS or Windows.
At the time of writing this post, the Desktop versions are US$14.99 and a little less for Students PLUS they have a Free Trial so you can try it out.
I am affiliated with this product and receive a small remuneration if you choose to purchase
How to use Scapple
If you have any questions about Scapple or other Tech Tools you’d like to read more about, please drop me a comment below.
Happy Plotting and Happy Writing!
Kylie Ross

Kylie Ross

I'm a Translator for the Tech Challenged and a retired accountant and financial software implementation consultant. Understanding the customer and translating their requirements into various forms of training materials has provided me with a greater understanding of how people learn best. Which is why all the content I create is provided in multiple styles – online video’s, downloadable documents, podcasts and checklists.

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