For those who are wondering, I’m close to finishing Scrivener 3 Compile Mastery for Windows, so look for an announcement on that in the next few weeks. Until then, you might enjoy an interview I did about Scrivener on the WRITE NOW! Workshop Podcast with Kitty Bucholtz. We had a lot of fun chatting about
Ready to get back into the writing after Thanksgiving or Black Friday? I’m at Writer Unboxed today discussing some of Scrivener’s lesser known features. Stop by and leave a comment or question. Happy last day of November!
Here’s a little primer (complete with videos) I created to get you started with Scrivener for iOS. If you’re looking for a full class on the app, check out Steve Shipley’s Udemy course. Creating a New Project Scrivener for iOS can be used as a standalone program without the Mac or Windows version. As such, you
Finally! For years now, iPad® users have been begging Literature and Latte for a Scrivener app for iPad and iPhone®. It took a few years longer than planned (for a variety of reasons), but (I’m guessing you’ve already heard) the Scrivener app is finally here, and it’s pretty awesome. The app combines the familiar, easy
Last week, Joanna Penn of The Creative Penn got me to sit down and chat about Scrivener on video. We had fun dishing about our favorite writing software and sharing tips on how we use Scrivener to write. If you get a chance, come check it out. I hope you had a fabulous Thanksgiving holiday.
Is your New Year’s resolution to get better at Scrivener? I can help! I know I said the blog was on a holiday hiatus, but I’m so excited that I got my registration page up and running for my next Scrivener class, I just had to share. If you’ve been patiently—or anxiously—waiting for it, you
Are you trying out Scrivener for NaNoWriMo this year? Or maybe you’ve been using it for a while, but aren’t sure how to make the best use of it for this one-month sprint. I hope these tips (and links to how to implement them) will help you meet your 50K goal. Set targets: Set up