If you want in on the Scrivener 3 Compile Ready webinar, sign up now. The Mac session is on Wednesday (11 Jan 2023), and Windows is on Thursday (12 Jan 2023). MAC | WINDOWS If you can’t attend live—or want to watch again—the replay will be available through 31 March 2023. Compile Ready is right
Have you been looking for a Scrivener class that covers all the fun features like color coding, using the Corkboard, tracking versions, adding comments, and more? Then next week’s webinar is for you! The Scrivener 3 Next-Level webinar is my only intermediate-level course. In it, you’ll learn how to: Sound good? Click one of the
I’m over at Writer Unboxed today spilling the beans on how to use Scrivener’s split screen feature—one of my favorites! Stop by to learn more, and feel free to leave a comment or question.
QUICK REMINDER: If you wanted in on the Scrivener 3 Jump-Start webinar, sign up now. The Mac session is on Wednesday, and Windows is on Thursday! Remember, if you can’t make it live, the replay will be available for 14 days after the event. The Jump-Start is right for you if you’re still struggling to
Want a quick overview of how to compile an ebook in Scrivener 3? Check out my latest post for Writer Unboxed today: Scrivener Skills: Creating an EPUB in Scrivener 3. Whether you just want to read through your manuscript, or you plan to upload it to a retailer, this post can help. Feel free to stop
Happy Twos-day! (2/22/22 on Tuesday, just in case you haven’t looked at a calendar yet.) I have a new Scrivener post up at WriterUnboxed.com today that discusses options for tagging, color-coding, and organizing your documents. I hope you’ll check it out. Feel free to comment on the post if you have questions.
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,