Your Tool for Creative Story Editing
StoryTeller instantly creates powerful visuals by analyzing your manuscript from start to finish.
Insights such as the Story Arc provide a 30,000-foot view of your manuscript and quickly highlight structural areas such as pacing, flow, empty stages that need improvement.
Conflict is the action that is actually happening in a scene. A physical fight, an argument, a battle to win a race. For this scene element, describe the conflict in the scene.
Choosing where a scene happens has a massive impact on how the scene plays out. When describing the location, ask yourself: Is the location important to the plot, characters, or theme?
Scene Closing Type
Avoid boring your reader with repetitive closing types.
38 Story Elements
Identified from extensive research into how people connect with stories, the 38 Fictionary Story Elements will open your mind to endless creative editing possibilities. Keep track of your characters, tighten your plot, and create engaging settings.
StoryTeller Suits your Writing Style
Being an experienced author, you know where you need help.
Work scene-by-scene and cover each story element, choose one element and work through your entire story, or focus on one of Characters, Plot, or Settings.