"Storybase's seemingly-infinite combinations suggest ways you might proceed...directions you may not otherwise consider."
"Storybase will help jumpstart the creative process, suggesting stories that fit motivations and character."
"A smart program... A whole host of plot possibilities came into focus. How does this thing know so much about my story...?"
Christopher Vogler - bestselling author of The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers
Buy Storybase 2.0! Compatible with Windows 10.
4. Browse, Copy, Paste
Once you've personalized the characters with your customized names and selected a Mindset and/or a Thrust you will see dozens of relevant narrative situations that suggest ways your story can proceed. Easily copy and paste or drag and drop the Situations into a built-in text editor, or into your favorite word processor or visual outliner.
2. Select up to three Mindsets
In Storybase 2.0 the Situations are cross-referenced so you can select up to three Mindset values that refer to your character's present mental condition. By finding Situations that match your character's mindset you can look at your story from a specific character's point of view.
Used by thousands of screenwriters, novelists, playwrights, game developers and copywriters worldwide, Storybase 2.0 utilizes the power of suggestion to stimulate the creative process.
Storybase 2.0 (for Windows) is a clipboard of 2363 narrative situations that can be personalized with your characters. A sure cure for writer's block, Storybase 2.0 can help your writing project come alive!
1. Create your own Character Sets
Create a customized Character Set for each of your writing projects and easily assign your character names to the Characters in Storybase 2.0. By personalizing the Situations with your character names, the database becomes alive with the power of suggestion.
3. Select up to three Thrusts
In Storybase 2.0 the Situations are cross-referenced so you can select up to three Thrust/Action values that refer to the present scene or situation in your story. By exploring the Action of your story, you can discover new ways to maintain dramatic tension while moving the story forward.