Prompted by a question from one of my newsletter subscribers (my newsletter now includes a Scrivener Q&A column), I’ve dedicated an entire blog post to answering the question: “Which Scrivener features do you really need?” If you’ve ever been frustrated because you feel like you should be doing more with Scrivener, or you’re not sure
Happy ides of March, for whatever that’s worth. 😉 Have you ever used Scrivener’s split screen feature? If you thought you didn’t need it, or just don’t understand it, my post over at Writers in the Storm today is for you. 🙂 Stop by to learn more and ask questions. Enjoy your weekend! P.S. Only
To celebrate Tech Tuesday—yes, it’s a thing (that I made up)—all of my Scrivener classes are 20% off through December 3rd with coupon code CT2018! Want to love Scrivener but just can’t figure it out? Already love it but wish you were more comfortable with it? Or maybe compiling is your Achilles’ heel. I have
Ever wonder about the options for “tagging” your documents in Scrivener? Love to color code your scenes or chapters? My latest Scrivener post at Writers in the Storm has the scoop on Label, Status, and keywords, and a smidge of info on custom metadata. Check it out!
When you need a break from frantically writing toward your 1667 words for the day (or whatever your goal is if you’re not participating in National Novel Writing Month this year), check out my post over at Jami Gold’s blog: How to Use Scrivener for NaNoWriMo. I highlight my favorite Scrivener features for helping you
If you’re interested in Scrivener 3’s new features, check out my latest post for Writer Unboxed, which covers Styles from head to toe. Enjoy!
If you struggle to compile your work in Scrivener 3, you’re not alone. And I have good news! My newest online course, Scrivener 3 Compile Mastery for Mac, is now live. Want to know how to turn your manuscript into a Word document, print-ready PDF, ebook, or other file? This self-paced course provides the essential