Did you know more than 43 million adults in the United States lack basic literacy skills, two thirds of whom are women? As a lifelong reader and writer, literacy is something I tend to take for granted. For those living without strong skills in reading, writing, and basic finance, it massively affects their job prospects
I finally updated my post on References over at Writer Unboxed today. In Scrivener 3, references are called Bookmarks and I’ve got everything you need to know about them all in one place. Plus, you can ask questions on any Scrivener topic. I hope you’ll stop by!
I don’t know about you, but my mind is constantly “on.” I’m thinking ahead to upcoming interactions, coming up with strategies to meet my goals/deadlines, ruminating on past conversations, trying not to care what others think of me or my social media posts, figuring out how to improve my relationships, running through book ideas, planning
Happy New Year! May 2020 bring you joy. (Also a new Men of Steele book—which I’m hard at work on—and Scrivener 3 for Windows.) 😉 Writers, if you’ve been waiting to take one of my Scrivener online classes, you can get 20% off any course for 7 days only by using the code 20NEWYEAR20 at
For my last Scrivener post of the DECADE (yikes!), I’m over at Writers in the Storm today with an updated article on creating your own Scrivener templates. It’s simple, and I walk you through the process step by step. I hope you’ll check it out. Hope your writing is going well. Enjoy the rest of
Ready to get back into the writing after Thanksgiving or Black Friday? I’m at Writer Unboxed today discussing some of Scrivener’s lesser known features. Stop by and leave a comment or question. Happy last day of November!