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!
🎉 🎉 🎉 The first draft of book 6 in my series is done! There are few things that feel better than finishing a book. Especially since this one took longer than usual, for no discernible reason—other than maybe a few world events messing with my concentration…?—and it feels great to have the hard part
Hey, I’m over at WriterUnboxed.com today with a bunch of handy Scrivener tips for you. Stop by to learn more or ask me a question!
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!
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