Happy Twos-day! (2/22/22 on Tuesday, just in case you haven’t looked at a calendar yet.) I have a new Scrivener post up at WriterUnboxed.com today that discusses options for tagging, color-coding, and organizing your documents. I hope you’ll check it out. Feel free to comment on the post if you have questions.
Some of you were around for the Romancing the Runoff auction in 2020 that raised almost $500,000. (You rock!) Well, now the organizers are back with Romancing the Vote, an auction where all proceeds go to Fair Fight, a nonprofit organization supporting safe and easy access to fair voting for everyone. Some of the biggest
Someone who has a few ideas about how to organize your writing is Trevor Thrall, author of The 12 Week Year for Writers and host of the Get Your Writing Done podcast. He recently asked me to be a guest on his podcast, and my episode dropped this week. We discussed: how I started writing,
Did you know you can use Scrivener for more than just writing a novel or memoir? I’ve highlighted a few ideas for you over at WriterUnboxed.com today, and there are more great suggestions in the comments. I hope you’ll stop by to check it out, ask a question, or share your own ways for using
Late summer and early fall have been busy, busy, busy. Things are starting to calm down, but when I’m not learning to play pickle ball—so much fun!—I’ve basically got my head down working on my current manuscript. I’ve found the joy in my story again, and I pretty much don’t want to do anything else
Hey, Scrivener Fans! Have you ever felt like you needed one place to capture all the details about the characters, settings, and timelines in your book series? If so, you’re in luck. I’m over at Writer Unboxed today talking about the options for creating a series bible in Scrivener, and providing a sneak peek at
For those who are wondering, I’m close to finishing Scrivener 3 Compile Mastery for Windows, so look for an announcement on that in the next few weeks. Until then, you might enjoy an interview I did about Scrivener on the WRITE NOW! Workshop Podcast with Kitty Bucholtz. We had a lot of fun chatting about