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
Want to know how to create a DOCX file in Scrivener 3? Turns out Friday the 13th is your lucky day. Head on over to Writer Unboxed to learn more and ask me your Scrivener questions. If Compile is a topic you could use additional help with, stay tuned for online class news, coming soon.
I’m over at Writer Unboxed today discussing section types and section layouts, two key concepts in Scrivener 3’s new approach to compile. I hope you’ll check it out!
With Print-on-Demand (POD) services like CreateSpace, Lulu, LightningSource and others, you can make your book available to your readers with no upfront cost to you. Even better, with Scrivener you don’t even have to use Word to do it. You can just set up everything in Compile and create a POD-ready file. If you’re not
All winter/spring online Scrivener courses are open for registration right now, up through the first day of class. For the full scoop on curriculum and format, see my online course page. Ready to sign up now? Click one of the links below to register. 🙂 Scrivener I: The Basics and Beyond Date: February 23-March 11, 2015 Length:
Happy Thursday! I’m flying to California tomorrow to present a Scrivener workshop for the San Francisco Area Romance Writers of America chapter on Saturday. Wanna attend? Click here for more information. Also, in case you’re not on my newsletter list, I just announced that my next round of Scrivener Master Course: Compile classes are open for registration. Yay!