I’m heading off to Colorado this week for the Pike’s Peak Writers Conference. If you’re going to be there, be sure to say hello! Once I get back, I’ll be teaching a three-week online Scrivener course for the Women’s Fiction Writers Association. It’s a members-only event, but they’re always looking for new members. 😉 If
I had fun answering questions for Billie Daddario’s blog today. Mostly about my writing process. I hope you’ll check it out!
Someone who has a few ideas about how to organize your writing is Trevor Thrall, author of The 12 Week Year for Writers and host of the Get Your Writing Done podcast. He recently asked me to be a guest on his podcast, and my episode dropped this week. We discussed: how I started writing,
Did you know you can use Scrivener for more than just writing a novel or memoir? I’ve highlighted a few ideas for you over at WriterUnboxed.com today, and there are more great suggestions in the comments. I hope you’ll stop by to check it out, ask a question, or share your own ways for using
Late summer and early fall have been busy, busy, busy. Things are starting to calm down, but when I’m not learning to play pickle ball—so much fun!—I’ve basically got my head down working on my current manuscript. I’ve found the joy in my story again, and I pretty much don’t want to do anything else
If you missed my appearance on John Hruby’s Author To Author Convo live last month, the replay is now available on YouTube. It was a fun (and rare) opportunity for me to talk about writing separate from Scrivener (though we did touch on Scrivener a bit too, of course). One of my favorite things was
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 Windows, 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