I frequently get asked how to use Scrivener for specific scenarios, like research, so today I’ve got the scoop on my approach over at Writer Unboxed. Stop by to check it out, share your own methods, or ask a question!
If you’ve upgraded to Scrivener 3 for Windows—or want to—you might be happy to know that my Scrivener 3 Fundamentals for Windows course is now available. This $39 class provides the essential functions and features of Scrivener 3 that you need to get started writing. Valuable for plotters, pantsers/discovery writers, fiction and nonfiction, long or
To celebrate the arrival of Scrivener 3 for Windows, I’ve created a free mini-course to help you transition from Scrivener 1 that covers the highlights of what’s moved, what’s changed, and what’s new. In addition, I’ll be rolling out new Scrivener 3 for Windows courses over the next couple months. Until then, come learn about
Scrivener 3 for Windows released today! It looks great, and suddenly all my blog posts from the last three years are more relevant to everyone, lol. 😉 The update is not just good news for Windows users, but also those who’ve been working between Mac and OS, or Windows and iOS, because your files are
Did you get the email from Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) about their accepted file types for ebooks? In case you missed it, or were confused by the changes, here’s what you need to know if you format your ebooks in Scrivener. For “reflowable” ebooks (see explanation below), Amazon no longer accepts MOBI files. They
My latest Scrivener post—covering several ways to search your project in Scrivener 3—is up at WriterUnboxed.com today. I hope you’ll stop by to check it out and ask me your Scrivener questions. Cheers!
This is the year I start owning my writing process. Quit calling it horrible, or slow. Embrace it. This is the year I recognize that doing it my way has helped me produce nine manuscripts, six published novels, a 400-page published work of nonfiction, dozens of short stories, over 250K words of blog posts, and