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!
Happy Halloween! I was at my first-ever major league hockey game last night and the announcer said the average American eats more than three pounds—yes pounds—of candy on Halloween. How’re you doing on your pumpkin-sized stash so far? If you can roll out of the house after eating all that candy, I’ll be on a
If you missed out on the Write Publish Profit 2.0 (WPP 2.0) deal back in June and you have serious regrets, you’ll be happy to know it’s back for a limited-time encore, now through October 3rd. Treat yourself (and maybe a writer friend or two for the upcoming holidays) to this epic deal. More than
Thirty (30!) authors have made their suspense books free this week. No contest, raffle or giveaway to enter, just free. Find them all here => http://www.freesuspenseebooks.com
I’m at Writers in the Storm today dishing up all the details on Scrivener’s least-discussed group view: the Outline. Check it out and feel free to ask questions. Enjoy your weekend!
Have you ever wondered what to do with Collections in Scrivener? Or maybe you’ve never even heard of them. Come on over to Writer Unboxed today to learn all about collections and what they’re good for!