Thank you so much to Lanetta for this blog idea and for helping me decide to use MS OneNote over StoryBook to keep my story in check mate.
Please check out Lanetta's blog post Tuesday Tips: Minute Details
I haven't done much so far only fooled around for a few moments with MS OneNote but here are some screen shots to what my new favorite organizing books way looks like.
My character Page includes information about each character, pictures I find on the web about what they would look like/resemble, their vehicle if they have one, and the house they lay in. And whatever else I plan to attach. Pretty much just whatever information I want to add about each person goes on their page.
This is the side list (Shows on right side of screen)under the Character Intros tab. Each tab has its own side list so this won't carry over from tab to tab. And Each tab can have any customized side list pages you want. Each name is a different page under that tab and the indent is subpages under each page. You can have unlimited number as far as I know of subpages and pages.
You can save this as a notebook on your computer and also can create different notebooks for different stories and you never have to close OneNote to access them. They all show up as different notebooks with their own customizable tabs and pages. This shows up on the left side of the screen.
Hope this helps you have another idea on how to organize a story and a look into a really neat program Microsoft has to offer.