Top 3 Structural Editing Questions For Fiction Writers – Fictionary

Big-Picture Editing

A structural edit  is also known as a developmental edit or a big-picture edit. Sharing a draft of your novel with anyone for the first time can be scary.

The stress of waiting to hear back from your readers or editor, of worrying about what they might say, and wondering if your writing is ready to submit can take its toll. So […]

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6 thoughts on “Top 3 Structural Editing Questions For Fiction Writers – Fictionary

    1. Hi Madeline, Thank you for your lovely comments. Perfect timing with your question. I’ve just written a help page on how to export from Scrivener and import into Fictionary. I’ll post the link here later today. Scrivener can automatically add the word “Chapter” at the beginning of each chapter and put scene break characters between scenes. Then it can export to .docx format. That’s all that’s needed for importing into Fictionary.

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