Elevate Your Story

A structured approach to story editing that makes every scene count. Evaluate your writing against the 38 Fictionary Story Elements. Keep track of your characters, improve your plot, and create engaging settings.

The Story Arc, Automated

StoryTeller automatically 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 that need improvement.

Fictionary Story Arc

Keep Track of Your Edit

Say goodbye to those old sticky notes, index cards, or massive spreadsheets. Automatically keep track of every aspect of your edit. Work efficiently and know you haven't missed a thing.

  • Progress by Scene
  • Progress by Story Elements

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How to Use StoryTeller

Import your manuscript and let StoryTeller go to work analyzing your story structure. Use the visual insights and the 38 Fictionary Story Elements to evaluate, edit, and improve each scene.

When your edit is complete, you'll have a powerful story ready to export and share with the world.

StoryTeller automatically identifies character names, links characters to scenes, and shows you where and when each character appears in your story. You’ll know immediately if your protagonist is getting enough page time.

The story arc has been around for over 2,000 years. It’s a proven form that keeps readers engaged, but it’s not about being formulaic: the story and the imagination behind it are unique to you. A powerful story contains key plot events. To create a story readers love, these events must happen at the right time.

Quickly visualize the pacing of your story based on scene length. Instead of going through the tedious exercise of listing your word count per scene in a spreadsheet, you can see the information within seconds.

Captures every Key Story Element in one place. Use the Story Map to work on common problem areas such as story flow, empty stages, POV goals, lack of tension and conflict, or confusing timelines.

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Touch

Touch is a good way to get the reader fo physically “feel” the story along with the characters.

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Point of View

When you choose a point of view character for a scene, you promise your readers they will experience the scene from that character's perspective.

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Scene Climax

If you think of the classical three-act story, a scene can be modeled in the same way. The climax must happen in act III of a scene.

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.

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Success Stories

Success Stories

  • "To say that this story is superb and masterful storytelling does not do this book justice."

    Alva Eriksson
    Watty Winner

    Edited in Fictionary, Adrent reaches Highest Rank in Sci-Fi - #3, Space Opera - #1 on Wattpad

  • From page one, I could not put this book down. The author took his plot to a new level, mind control brings us into the stratosphere of cyberwars!

    DS Kane
    Amazon Bestselling Author

    MindField, Kane’s 8th novel, was edited using Fictionary and honored by Kirkus Reviews.

  • Such a fantastic adventure story! Wow! I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of reading!

    Miriam R. Dumitra
    Amazon Bestselling Author

    BRIGHTSHADE, Miriam’s debut novel was edited using Fictionary and hit #1 on Amazon for Steampunk Science Fiction.

  • “My life would be so much easier if all the manuscripts that crossed my desk were as clean as yours.”

    Kristina Stanley
    Bestselling Author

    Crime Writers of Canada shortlisted Descent for the Unhanged Arthur Award for best unpublished crime fiction. Descent went on to hit #1 on Amazon's Hot New Releases.

  • Helping young people stay human in a tech driven life.

    Casper Pieters
    Multi-book Author

    Casper Pieters wants his readers to gain a deeper understanding about the online world. He embeds critical information in adventure narratives that enables his readers to learn while being swept along

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