Have you ever wondered what to do with Collections in Scrivener? Or maybe you’ve never even heard of them. Come on over to Writer Unboxed today to learn all about collections and what they’re good for!
I’m giving a Scrivener webinar for Mark Dawson’s Self Publishing Formula University (SPFU) on Wednesday, May 15th. You can join the fun for just $1 US by signing up to Mark’s Patreon account at the $1/week level (no long-term commitment required).
Patreon supporters get membership of SPFU (with five quality webinars so far in the library), exclusive contents, a shoutout on the podcast, and depending on level, an SPF pin, all PDFs and handouts mentioned in podcasts, and chances to win access to premium courses.
If you’re not familiar with Mark Dawson, he’s the man behind the popular Self Publishing Show podcast, and the author of bestselling thrillers, who generously gives of his time and knowledge to help indie authors succeed. In fact, his series on Amazon ads a couple of years ago gave me the confidence I needed to wade into advertising my books.
I hope you’ll join me for the webinar! Also, look for me on an upcoming episode of the Self Publishing Show.
If you have any questions, just leave a comment below.
See you there!
Prompted by a question from one of my newsletter subscribers (my newsletter now includes a Scrivener Q&A column), I’ve dedicated an entire blog post to answering the question: “Which Scrivener features do you really need?”
If you’ve ever been frustrated because you feel like you should be doing more with Scrivener, or you’re not sure where to start, give it a read over at Writer Unboxed.
Happy ides of March, for whatever that’s worth. 😉
Have you ever used Scrivener's split screen feature? If you thought you didn't need it, or just don't understand it, my post over at Writers in the Storm today is for you. 🙂 Stop by to learn more and ask questions.
Enjoy your weekend!
P.S. Only 10 days until Blind Justice! (I’m just a little excited…)
The Life Story Coach, Amy Woods Butler, helps people write life stories (theirs or other's), and she uses Scrivener. To give her listeners a better idea of how Scrivener can help them, she asked me to join her for an interview on her podcast.
We discuss the concept of Scrivener as a “project manager for a book,” lots of ways to use the software for any kind of writing, and how weird it is that I'm a left-brained non-plotter. If podcasts are your thing, or you just want to know what I sound like (jk), check it out!
Here's a teaser…
To celebrate Tech Tuesday—yes, it’s a thing (that I made up)—all of my Scrivener classes are 20% off through December 3rd with coupon code CT2018!
Want to love Scrivener but just can’t figure it out? Already love it but wish you were more comfortable with it? Or maybe compiling is your Achilles’ heel.
I have a class for you!
Let me take you through Scrivener step by step. Every course lets you work at your own pace, and includes:
- instant access when you're ready to start learning
- step-by-step explanations in easy-to-digest lessons
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- plenty of screenshots
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Don’t have time right now? No worries. Register today and start learning when the holiday craziness is over (or whenever you’re ready). Classes never expire.
No need to rush, except to take advantage of this deal. Coupon CT2018 expires Monday, December 3rd.*
Enjoy the season,
P.S. Feel free to share this with a friend. Or a loving family member, you know, as a hint. 😉
*Coupon expires December 3, 2018 at 11:59pm Pacific Standard Time. Don’t miss out!
Ever wonder about the options for “tagging” your documents in Scrivener? Love to color code your scenes or chapters? My latest Scrivener post at Writers in the Storm has the scoop on Label, Status, and keywords, and a smidge of info on custom metadata. Check it out!