Hey, there, Scrivener fans! I’m sharing my tips for 3 Ways to Search in Scrivener 3 over at the Writers In The Storm blog today. Come check it out and ask questions!
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!
My new course, Scrivener 3 Fundamentals for Mac is now live at ScrivenerClasses.com. For $39, this course provides the essential functions and features of Scrivener 3 that you need to get started writing. Valuable for plotters, pantsers/discovery writers, fiction and nonfiction, long or short stories, blogging, or whatever else you’re writing. By the end of
Scrivener 3 for Mac is here! To celebrate, I’ve created a free mini-course to help you transition from Scrivener 2 that covers what’s moved (with a downloadable table of menu commands), what’s changed, and what’s new. In addition, I’ll be rolling out new Scrivener 3 for Mac courses over the next few weeks. I’m going
Summer’s over—I hope yours was great!—and my boys are both back at school, my dog is moping around because her buddies are gone, and I finally finished the first (and second) draft of book 4 in my Men of Steele series. I’m so excited to get Kurt and Caitlyn’s story out there! (Probably January by