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ScrivenerClasses.com is finally here!

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The wait is over! My new Scrivener training platform is finally up and running at ScrivenerClasses.com. The Intro course is up now, and is 40% off through Friday night at midnight EST.

What’s new?

  • Join when you’re ready to learn
  • Expanded content
  • Easy-to-digest lessons
  • Videos (40 of them!)
  • Plenty of screenshots
  • Downloadable review sheets
  • Badges for completing sections, and a finisher’s “trophy”
  • Mobile-friendly layout
  • 60 days of access to all of the above
  • Permanent access to the student discussion forum

What’s the same?

  • A Q&A forum where you can ask me questions (new forum, same old instructor 😉 )
  • My step-by-step approach to revealing Scrivener’s secrets
  • My commitment to helping you learn and love Scrivener

Click the button below to learn more, try out the free lessons, and register.

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P.S. I’m working on the Intermediate/Advanced and Compile courses now, and expect to have them live in the spring. Got questions about the new site or course content? Ask away!

11 Comments

  1. John Coppolino

    Reply

    Hi Gwen,

    I’m going to download the course material on to my laptop for mobility purposes. I know I get your newsletter but I don’t know if I ever set up an account with you. My email for my laptop is [edited for privacy]. Just to give you a heads up, it’s the same Joh Coppolino with a new computer and a new email address. You can expect my order this afternoon. Anxious to get going.

  2. Donna

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    Hi Gwen. This new course looks great! How does it compare to the Scrivener 1 course I took a few months ago? I can see that the approach/delivery is somewhat different as there are videos, for one thing. Is there new content, too? I’ve been thinking of reviewing the material I already have, but I’d like to know more about the new course, please.

    • Reply

      Hi, Donna! The bulk of the course material is the same. Close enough that it’s probably not worth repeating if you’re comfortable with the lessons from Scrivener I. The biggest changes are the format, the videos, and the length of time you have access to ask questions. Let me know if you have more questions. 🙂

    • Reply

      Thanks, S.J.! So far the response has been positive, and it’s freeing me up to produce more content, as well as get back to writing. Win-win. 🙂 I appreciate you spreading the word!!

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