Category Archives: Dramatica Software

StoryWeaver vs. Dramatica – What’s the Difference?

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New Google+ Page for Dramatica Writing Software Tips

We’ve just created a new Google+ page with tips, tricks and techniques on getting the most out of Dramatica Pro Writing Software. Check it out…

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Dramatica Pro Software Tip – Creating Characters

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Questions About Dramatica Story Expert

A writer recently asked these questions about Dramatica Story Expert: 1) Will the Dramatica Unplugged video program work for Dramatica Story Expert, as well as for Dramatica Pro – or is there another course I should pursue for DSE? Dramatica … Continue reading

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The New Dramatica for Macintosh is Finally Here!

Ten years in development since the release of Dramatica Pro 4 comes the next generation of story structuring and story development software for Macintosh: Dramatica Story Expert! Built around the same patented Story Engine, Dramatica Story Expert is bursting with … Continue reading

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Using Dramatica Example Stories

Dramatica Pro ships with 68 complete example stories ranging from “Hamlet” to “Star Wars” and including books, movies, teleplays and stage plays. Each of the Dramatica Story Example files loads up in Dramatica as if you had written it in … Continue reading

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Male vs. Female Problem Solving

All too often in stories, relationships and interchanges between characters of different sexes come off stilted, unbelievable, or contrived. In fact, since the author is writing from the perspective of only one of the two sexes, characters of the opposite … Continue reading

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