Most authors who write long books or book series keep a book/series “bible” to keep track of all the little details of the story and world they’re creating.

​While I generally use the extremely useful Scrivener program for keeping track of my fictional worlds as I’m writing, I needed something to use when editing others’ work.

This base allows me to record details as I’m reading and editing and to put together a book or series bible for a client, which I can then share via link, whether or not they use Airtable.

Here I’ve used info from the first two chapters of J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter saga as an example.

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