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Double-header Friday

I’m so excited to be featured on the Murder She Writes blog today, talking about Scrivener and Scrivener For Dummies! I’m hoping someday I’ll be there talking about my latest RS, but for now, this’ll do. 😉 BTW, stop by for a chance to win a signed copy of my book! Today also happens to

Scrivener For Dummies available online

Scrivener For Dummies is out! Just in case you missed it, Scrivener For Dummies is now shipping from online retailers, is available in Kindle format (ePUB coming as soon as retailers decide to put it up), and should be on bookstore shelves in the US next Tuesday (Aug 21st). When I have information about foreign

Using Scrivener for nonfiction

Over the years, I’ve talked a lot about how I use Scrivener to work on my manuscripts–the genesis of my Scrivener Tips page–but that was all fiction work. It’s been interesting working on the Scrivener For Dummies (SFD) book and finding that I use the software a bit differently for nonfiction. Here’s a brief rundown

Opportunity Knocked

The meeting of preparation with opportunity generates the offspring we call luck. ~ Tony Robbins I’ve spent the last three years writing and submitting my butt off trying to get published in romantic suspense. So what’s my first book credit going to be? Scrivener For Dummies. Say what? Here’s how it happened. When I quit